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Biggie and Tupac (2002)

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Commentary 1: Director Nick Broomfield Rating:2.3/10 (3 votes) [graph]Login to vote or review
Reviewed by Agressor on June 26th, 2007:Find all reviews by Agressor
This is quite a dry commentary from director Nick Broofield, where he contributes with some additional (mostly superfluos) info on the scenes and people that appear in the documentary. There are several instances where he stops talking for quite long stretches of time, and sometimes I almost could'nt make out when he started talking again, because the volume of the film was the same as the volume of the commentary. Additionaly, I dont think he finished his sentences all the time, I could be wrong though because my mind started to wander at this time. In my opinion the interview with Nick on the DVD is better, it offers up some pretty good insights and trivia about the making of the film in a more compressed viewing-time.

That said, I was in a disadvantage by not really liking the documentary itself, so maybe this commentary would be better appreciated for someone who enjoyed the feature more than I did.