[color=red]Release Title:[/color] [color=gold] The Hammer (2007) [/color]
[color=red]Release Date:[/color] N/A
[color=red]Audience Rating:[/color] Rated R for brief language.
[color=red]Film Length:[/color] 1:31:07
[color=red]Tagline:[/color] Some Guys Don't Know Their Destiny Till It Hits Them In The Face.
[color=red]Storyline:[/color] Jerry Ferro's 40th birthday has brought his life into sharp relief and it's not a pretty picture. A once-promising amateur boxer -- who quit so he wouldn't risk his perfect record of underachievement -- Jerry has been knocking around from one construction job to another and spinning his wheels in an unsatisfying relationship, all the while with an eye toward eventually getting his act together. His last connection to the fight game is the evening boxing class he teaches to middle-aged, middle class, middle management types at a gym in Pasadena, where he also works as a handyman. When venerable boxing coach Eddie Bell asks Jerry if he'd like to spar a couple of rounds with Malice Blake, an up-and-coming pro, Jerry reluctantly steps into the ring. Despite the ass-kicking Jerry otherwise receives, a one-punch knockdown of Blake convinces Jerry that it's time to make his return to competitive boxing. Thus ends a 20-year layoff and begins a hilarious fish-out-water quest for Olympic gold.
Adam Carolla... Jerry Ferro
Oswaldo Castillo... Oswaldo Sanchez
Harold House Moore... Robert Brown
Christopher Darga... Mike LeMat
Jonathan Hernandez... Victor Padilla
Heather Juergensen... Lindsay Pratt
[color=red]Original Source:[/color] NTSC DVD
[color=red]Size of M4V file:[/color] 1.00 GB (1,030 MB / 1,055,005 KB / 1,080,325,305 bytes)
[color=red]Format:[/color] H.264/MPEG-4 AVC
[color=red]Bitrate:[/color] 1132 kbps
[color=red]Framerate:[/color] 23.964 FPS
[color=red]Resolution:[/color] 720 x 400 (Anamorphic)
[color=red]Aspect Ratio:[/color] 1:85.1
[color=red]Advanced Encoding:[/color] 2-Pass Encoding
[color=red]Quality Factor (QF)[/color] 0.164
[color=red]Note For Video:[/color] This release has a .m4v extension, which is a variation of the .mp4, designed specifically by Apple for compatibility in their programs. The .m4v allows the container to hold more information within it vs the .mp4, such as the extra audio stream, and the added chapter markers. The .mp4 was not as successful during the trial stages of these added features. The settings have been designed for ultimate compatibility, including functionality with the PS3, Xbox 360 and Apple TV.
[color=red]Format:[/color] AAC + AC3
[color=red]Bitrate:[/color] 448 kbps
[color=red]Channels:[/color] AAC = 2 (Stereo)/ AC3 = 6 chnls (3/2 .1)
[color=red]Sample Rate:[/color] 48000Hz
[color=red]Note For Audio:[/color] The audio has been tested on Xbox 360, Apple TV, and on th PS3. AAC is present for Xbox 360 users, and the AC3 audio stream will play automatically for PS3 and Apple TV users, taking advantage of your Home Theater System. You will get Dolby Digital 5.1 (AC3) sound for a true DVD experience on the AppleTV, PS3 and in Perian. If you open the file in VLC Media Player you may select which audio stream you prefer.
[color=blue] PS3, APPLE TV & XBOX 360 COMPATIBLE [/color]