The audio in Crazy, Stupid, Love. is a nice accoutrement to the video. With a 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio surround track as its main sound source, you're getting all you'd expect. The vocals, ambient noise, and music are pitch-perfect and crystal clear. While the track does tend to be a little more front-centric, there's some room in the soundstage as ambient noise filters through to create atmosphere. A good example of that is when Cal is visiting the bar. It's simple but effective, and frankly on par with expectations for a romantic comedy.
The supplemental features on this release are relatively slim pickings, but there's still some stuff to sift through. For starters the packaging includes a Blu-ray copy, a DVD copy, and a streaming Ultraviolet Digital Copy. Roughly twelve minutes of deleted scenes are included here along with two brief spots: "Steve and Ryan Walk into a Bar" and "The Player Meets his Match". "Steve and Ryan" focuses on the pair of actors and their experience working on the film while "Player" looks at character of Jacob with Gosling and Stone.
While I wouldn't say Crazy, Stupid, Love. is the next big thing, I must admit it's a charming comedy with a fantastic cast. For all its unnecessarily goofy moments there's a solid script and great acting backing up the laughs and heartfelt moments. Those in the market for a good, but not groundbreaking, romantic comedy won't go wrong with this one. Consider it recommended.