The DVD bonus material includes a funny, anecdote-filled audio commentary by writers Karen McCullah Lutz and Kirsten Smith along with cast members Oleynik, Keegan, Krumholtz, and Susan May Pratt (Kats friend Mandella, who’s madly in love with Shakespeare). As a bonus there is a 30-minute documentary with vintage interviews from the cast and current reflections by director Gil Junger as well as the brilliant writing duo. This edition comes with a digital copy on a separate disc for those who want to take the film wherever they go. Noted on the DVD are deleted scenes that are not shown separately but included in the documentary.
The movie isn’t a masterpiece or a perfect film. There are many little flaws and shooting goofs, but unless you have that keen movie eye or it’s pointed out, you may never know. 10 Things I Hate About You came together very well and is very enjoyable today as it has been through the years; one of my many guilty pleasures.