There are a number of extras on the DVD, but sadly no commentary track, which I feel would have enhanced the movie slightly. That said, the extras on P.S. I Love You are:
- "A Conversation with Cecilia Ahern": This is a featurette with director Richard LaGravenese, stars Hilary Swank and Gerard Butler, and the author talking about adapting the book for the big screen; the cast talks about working with the author. Ahern speaks about how she wrote the book, her influences, and how the story was Americanized for the film.
- Music Video - "Same Mistake" by James Blunt: this video includes clips from the movie.
- "The Name of the Game is Snaps": In the film several people play a game called snaps. It comes across in the movie as a rather ridiculous game, and in this mock instructional video supposedly from the 1950s it just comes off as bizarre.
- There are five additional scenes. Two are just odd and don’t add anything, but the others should have been left in: a scene with Gerry going to the travel agency and setting up the trip to Ireland, a restaurant scene with Lisa Kudrow’s character discovering she can’t be shallow with relationships, and most important, a scene with James Marsters’ character John and a letter Gerry left for him. There’s no introduction to the scenes or explanation of why they were cut; I thought that such information should have been included.
P.S. I Love You is ultimately a story about loss and working through grief, something everyone must do sooner or later. The premise is slightly formulaic and clichéd, but the way it is handled is unique and worth your viewing time.