Indie filmmaker Joe Swanberg wrote and directed this romantic comedy drama centering on the sexual tension between craft-brewery employees Luke (Jake Johnson) and Kate (Olivia Wilde), who wrestle with their growing attraction to one another due to the fact that they're already both in committed relationships. With Luke's marriage-minded girlfriend Jill (Anna Kendrick) and Kate's boyfriend Chris (Ron Livingston) out of the picture for a weekend, the flirtatious co-workers learn there is no denying what the heart really wants.
Deleted scenes/outtakes - with optional writer/director commentary
Interview with Olivia Wilde
Interview with Jake Johnson
Interview with Anna Kendrick
Interview with Ron Livingston
AXS TV: a look at Drinking Buddies
All things dirinking with writer/director Joe Swanberg and "Drinking Made Easy" host Zane Lamprey
Behind the scenes at Revolutionary Brewing
Commentary with writer/director Joe Swanberg, producer Andrea Roa and producer Alicia Van Couvering
Disc #1 -- Drinking Buddies 1. Connection [7:22] 2. Want Some? [7:58] 3. Impressive [5:55] 4. Trail Hike [8:55] 5. Jacks And Jokers [7:25] 6. I Need To Talk To You [6:31] 7. Crazy [6:50] 8. Not In The Mood [7:20] 9. What's Up? [7:24] 10. Clean Everything [8:48] 11. We Did It [1:43] 12. End Credits [10:20] 13. Chapter 13 [3:41]
Disc #1 -- Drinking Buddies Play Movie Scene Selection Special Features Commentary With Writer/Director Joe Swanberg, Producer Andrea Roa And Producer Alicia Van Couvering Commentary: Off Commentary: On Deleted Scenes / Outtakes With Director Commentary Commentary: On Commentary: Off Interviews Play All Olivia Wilde Jake Johnson Anna Kendrick Ron Livingston AXS TV: A Look At Drinking Buddies All Things Drinking With Director Joe Swanberg And "Drinking Made Easy" Host Zane Lamprey Behind The Scenes At Revolution Brewrey Theatrical Trailer Also From Magnolia Home Entertainment Set Up Audio English 5.1 Dolby Digital Subtitles English SDH Subtitles: On Spanish Subtitles: On Subtitles: None
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