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American Psycho (2000)

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NOTE: These commentaries are only available on the June 2005 "Uncut Killer Collector's Edition" DVD. The original DVD release did not have any commentary tracks.

Commentaries on this disc:

Commentary 1: Co-screenwriter/director Mary Harron Rating:7.9/10 (10 votes) [graph]Login to vote or review
Reviewed by Bickle, T. on May 19th, 2009:Find all reviews by Bickle, T.
The most memorable portion of this track is the directorís interpretation of the ending. Itís worth checking out.
Reviewed by grimjack on September 22nd, 2020:Find all reviews by grimjack
A little dry, but numerous good stories about pre-production and production, as well as her opinions on various scenes, and of the book and how she interpreted it, make it well worth listening to.
Commentary 2: Co-screenwriter/actor Guinevere Turner Rating:5.7/10 (9 votes) [graph]Login to vote or review
Reviewed by aph86 on April 18th, 2007:Find all reviews by aph86
She is very talkive on this track. Sadly she doesn't have anything good to say about this movie. First thing you should know is that she hates the book and the only reason she did this movie was because the movie she was working on before this was is "development hell" at the time and she don't have work else where, i.e. she did it for the money. People who do movie just for money shouldn't never do commentary for that movie. She talks about what she thinks of the movie and makes fun of the people who liked the movie by calling them stupid and I quote-"secretly fags"-end quote. The only good thing she say are about the cast and the dirctor. She also has a cockyness that was annoying. Again, if you don't like the movie don't do commentary for it. We'll all be better off.
Reviewed by satiricarl on May 17th, 2008:Find all reviews by satiricarl
funny, I totally agree with the other review of Ms. Turner's commentary. Interesting that as a lesbian herself, she still uses the word FAG. Hmm. But yeah, she's a snobby bitch, skip this commentary!
Reviewed by grimjack on September 22nd, 2020:Find all reviews by grimjack
Definitely worse than the first commentary, but cannot help think that together they would have made a great commentary. Not merging the tracks so they overlap, but have them in the same room talking about it. There is enough dead space in each that I do not think anything would be lost, and there is some overlap behind the stories they tell.