It's not just that I hate The Pacifier. And I do. It's also that I hate everything it stands for. See, Vin Diesel had been having some serious box office problems prior to signing up for this flick, so some brilliant suit over at Disney thought "Hey, let's do the old TOUGH GUY / LITTLE KIDS thing!" Frankly, to call The Pacifier a "cookie cutter" movie is an insult to the folks who actually make cookie cutters.
There's simply nothing "to" The Pacifier, which helps to explain why the teeming masses celebrated the generic piece of refuse to the tune of $112 million domestic. But I can plainly see why the producers of movies like these don't put forth much effort; if something as pointless, familiar, and moronic as The Pacifier can gross well over $100 million at the North American box office ... why the hell even bother taking the time to create something of quality?
There's a collection of five deleted scenes -- all of which are just as painful and ineptly wrought than any of the non-deleted scenes.
A three-minute blooper reel yields zero in the laughs department.
A pair of featurettes are also included: Brad Garrett: Unpacified and On Set with Mr. Diesel: Action Hero / Nice Guy. Frankly my eyeballs were beginning to bleed by this point, so I'll leave it to you to decide how entertaining these segments might be.
Lastly and mercifully you'll find a bunch of TV commercials for The Pacifier and a collection of trailers for Chicken Little, The Chronicles of Narnia, Ice Princess, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Aliens of the Deep, According to Jim, and Halloweentown Movies.