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Alone in the Dark (2005)

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Commentaries on this disc:

Commentary 1: Director Uwe Boll Rating:4.7/10 (9 votes) [graph]Login to vote or review
Reviewed by Lord Bullingdon on October 12th, 2006:Find all reviews by Lord Bullingdon
There's nothing funnier than listening to a director praise a film everybody knows is awful. This commentary is one big joke that everybody, except the director that is, is in on. In this unintentionally hilarious commentary the director also insists that while Tara Reid is a crap actress, Christian Slater is a way better actor than Keanu Reeves (wha?) and later takes offence to someone on the Internet Movie Database who said this film is "worse" than Alien Vs. Predator. What, exactly, does saying your film is better than Alien Vs. Predator prove? To Bowl it proves a lot and that's all we need to know about him.

Oh, and here is a direct Boll quote from the commentary. Know that Boll is 100% serious here. And 100% crazy.

“They are loosing against the creatures and this is the basic idea behind the whole movie; zat it is the revenge of nature against the whole human civilization so the basic idear is zat the lights of civilization, of civilization is burning everywhere so zer’s no space anymore for the creature in the darkness hiding in the darkness and that means also that if ze balance of nature is out of control, er, people getting wrong, and people getting in, er, get not, not, people were wrong, ze climate gets wrong and we saw, for example with the tsunami in Thai Land that nature is getting out of control and we having ze South and North pole melting and the problems coming up so Roland Emmerich’s movie Day After Tomorrow was, is an example for zat what could happen basically and we learn it year after year, more and more, zat, uhhhhh, ze problems are not getting smaller and it’s not about social problems and employer-less people or whatever but, uh, nature and the, uh, uh, problems we have with securing nature and the balance between day and night, light and darkness and civilization and nature.”
Reviewed by BadMovieDrinkingGame on August 9th, 2015:Find all reviews by BadMovieDrinkingGame
Uwe Boll spends a good deal of the commentary stating (without explaining) that his movie is much better than all of the Hollywood garbage that came out around the same time as his movie and criticizing
audiences for attacking his movies.

For a sample of his commentary...
https://youtu.be/jFK-LHvKS18
https://youtu.be/5ygKa-8ugl8