I’ll admit to one thing: I did enjoy the bonerific hotties and killer soundtrack. They aren’t nearly enough to save this picture, but they were enough to put strangling myself on hold. Besides, with a movie as just plain bad as this one, I’ll take what I can get, as little as there may be. Seriously, this movie is so thin it’s practically see-through, just like the Olsen twins (heh heh, it’s always rewarding to burn a celebrity in a review that has no relation to them). When you break it down, there’s about 30 minutes of monotonous “songwriter” plot, 30 minutes of ass wiggling, and 30 minutes of love-story bullshit. That’s about an hour too much... of what, I’ll let you decide for yourself.
Coyote Commentary (with the director, the producer, and the Coyotes): Bruckheimer and McNally briefly chime in every once in awhile to tell some interesting tidbits, but most of this is taken up with “girl chat” from the actresses playing the Coyotes. They laugh it up and have fun, which is great and all, but not to listen to for an hour and a half.
Search for the Stars (10:49): This briefly covers two of the film’s characters and the Coyotes, yet at the same time just sums up what we already know about them from seeing the movie. There’s also a little about the actresses getting their roles.
Inside the Songs (3:36): Mainly about LeAnn Rimes being Perabo’s dubbed musical voice in the film. Somewhat substantial compared to the other extras.
Coyote 101 (6:40): Separated into three sections, these meaningless featurettes teach us practically nothing about the stuff they supposedly cover: the bar setting, learning to bartend, and dancing around like a slut.
Additional Scenes (6:55): 5 more scenes of utter boredom. ‘Nuff said.
Action Overload (1:09): A highlight reel that shows none of the movie’s highlights.
We also get a Music Video (3:47) called “Can’t Fight the Moonlight” by LeAnn Rimes and the Theatrical Trailer.