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Current top 10 commentary tracks

These are the commentary tracks in the RateThatCommentary.com database that have gotten the highest user votes so far. To qualify for the list, a track has to have gotten at least five votes. Or, if you're more interested in tracks to avoid, check out the lowest-rated commentaries. The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp cover

1. The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp -- Commentary track: Director Michael Powell and filmmaker Martin Scorsese. Rating: 9.5

2. Paper Moon -- Commentary track: Director/producer Peter Bogdanovich. Rating: 9.2

3. Rounders -- Commentary track: Director John Dahl, screenwriters David Levien and Brian Koppelman, and actor Edward Norton. Rating: 9.2

4. Sarah Silverman: Jesus is Magic -- Commentary track: Director Liam Lynch and comedian Sarah Silverman. Rating: 9.2

5. They Live -- Commentary track: Roddy Piper and John Carpenter. Rating: 9.1

6. Peter Pan -- Commentary track: Producer Walt Disney (from archival recordings), host/producer's nephew Roy E. Disney, animators Frank Thomas, Ollie Johnston, Marc Davis, and Ward Kimball, film historians Leonard Maltin, John Canemaker, and Jeff Kurtti, Margaret Kerry, model for Tinkerbell, and Kathryn Beaumont, voice actor/model for Wendy . Rating: 9.0

7. What's Up, Doc? -- Commentary track: Director Peter Bogdanovich. Rating: 9.0

8. A Fistful of Dollars -- Commentary track: Sergio Leone expert Sir Christopher Frayling. Rating: 9.0

9. Network -- Commentary track: Director Sidney Lumet. Rating: 9.0

10. The Third Man -- Commentary track: Filmmaker Steven Soderbergh and screenwriter Tony Gilroy. Rating: 9.0

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