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Orgazmo (1997)

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NOTE: These commentaries are only available on the March 2005 "Special Edition" release.

Commentaries on this disc:

Commentary 1: Matt Stone, Trey Parker, Dian Bachar, Stan Sawicki, Andy Kemler and Jason McHugh Rating:7.7/10 (7 votes) [graph]Login to vote or review
Reviewed by pat00139 on March 2nd, 2006:Find all reviews by pat00139
This is skewed, to say the least. Every time the movie says Orgazmo or some religious words, they take a shot. By the halfway point, theyíre pretty hammered and they just blubber through everything, mostly laughing and swearing at each other. These guys have a lot of fun doing this, although if youíre not as hammered as them, itís probably not as fun. Itís still a lot of fun to hear. Mr. Parker stays pretty lucid, giving out nice comments to the end. Itís okay, but if youíre looking for information about the movie, look elsewhere.
Reviewed by talkjawking100 on May 14th, 2010:Find all reviews by talkjawking100
This is a very funny commentary, though the only downside is, like a lot of commentaries with more than 3 people, it becomes very scattered and it's hard to distinguish who is saying what (except for Parker, who leads the discussions even when he's hammered). Nonetheless, if you like the film, you'll be entertained. The best part is anytime the character "Choda Boy" comes on screen, Parker yells out (at the expense of the actor who played him, Dian Bachar) "Dian's got a d*** on his head!" Very funny.
Reviewed by foxforcefive on June 7th, 2015:Find all reviews by foxforcefive
Not that much technical info, but who gives a crap about technical info on an Orgazmo track? These guys are hammered, and these guys are funny. It's that simple.
Commentary 2: Maki San, David Dunn, Robyn Rabb, Jason McHugh and Mattt Potter Rating:7.0/10 (1 vote) [graph]Login to vote or review
Reviewed by pat00139 on March 2nd, 2006:Find all reviews by pat00139
This is a pretty crazy track. Itís not drunken, but they do make a lot of fun of everybody. They spend the track joking most of the time. They do talk a little about the locations and give out stories from the set. They give a lot of background goofing off. Mr. Kaufman, not surprisingly, takes control of the track and his voice is probably the one you hear the most (or close to the most). Itís not particularly memorable, mind you, but itís a lot of fun to listen to. This can actually be good because it passes the time pretty nicely without scarring you for life.
Commentary 3: "South Park" writing staff (Pam Brady, Matt Pregger and Kyle McCulloch), "Weird Al" Yankovic, Dave Foley, Bob Odenkirk, David Cross, Kevin Smith, and David Zucker Rating:6.5/10 (2 votes) [graph]Login to vote or review
Reviewed by pat00139 on March 2nd, 2006:Find all reviews by pat00139
Iím going to pretend this is someoneís idea of a joke. When the track begins, he movie is actually mixed louder than the commentary. Whenever thereís any action or dialogue in the movie, the peopleís voices are extremely hard to distinguish. You can only catch words here and there unless youíve got excellent ears. In any case, Weird Al soon comes in to talk a little about the movie. The Weird Al part is much better and louder, and heís wacky. He provides very little information but is pretty funny to hear. After that, Dave Foley (from ĎKids in the Hallí!) comes in and he has his own gag going on. Kevin Smith talks by phone. Heís incredibly boring in his delivery, and he just rambles on about his history with Trey Parker and Matt Stone. After about a few minutes, you sort of wonder what the hell heís talking about. He even jokes about that. The rest of the people talk in the same fashion. Mr. Parker probably thought the idea of a having an incoherent, disjointed track like this hilarious, but it comes off as just plain bizarre.
Reviewed by robmanley311 on June 15th, 2014:Find all reviews by robmanley311
Kevin Smith is never boring!!!! The 3rd commentary is fantastic because he's in it. Dave Foley is great as well. Weird was ok.