Elizabeth Banks — cast here as Vincent’s love interest Janet, a lifelong Giants fan and fellow bartender — is only allowed to run things up to half-mast.
Presented in 2.35:1 widescreen with a Dolby digital 5.1 surround sound track (and French and Spanish subtitles, alongside English closed captioning), Invincible includes two feature-length audio commentary tracks. The first is with Core and editor Jerry Greenberg; the second features the real Papale, producer Mark Ciardi and writer Brad Gann. The only other supplemental feature — but the best in earned fashion, not by default — is a 25-minute, behind-the-scenes documentary in which the making of the movie is intertwined with more on the real life story of Papale. Interviewees include cast and crew, the real-life Vermeil and Papale, the latter’s various Eagles teammates, radio announcer Merrill Reese and more. It’s a great little look at by all accounts a humble and charismatic man, and includes a look at his current-day family and kids as well as an amusing anecdote about the Eagles’ infamous “Who’s Nuts” T-shirts. C+ (Movie) B (Disc)