Bonus features included on the Blu-ray release seem to be limited to extended and deleted scenes from the film itself. They are not billed as such, which is certainly odd, but watching them, one will recognize longer versions of interviews and segments that appear in the film as well as a few moments which one could imagine having fit into the main piece at one point.
Capitalism: A Love Story may be more evenhanded in the way it deals with politicians than other Moore films — it hits Democrats almost as hard as it does Republicans — but its basic big guy vs. little guy story is very familiar. The end may already seem dated as it implies that an Obama administration might actually be able to greatly change our society and the way politics work, but even if it didn't seem dated at the time the film hit theaters it must have sounded naïve. For an otherwise fun trip through one man's view on capitalism, it is a finale which never quite worked.