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Incognito (1997)

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Commentary 1: Director John Badham, screenwriter Jordan Katz, and composer John Ottman Rating:7.0/10 (1 vote) [graph]Login to vote or review
Reviewed by frankasu03 on September 2nd, 2013:Find all reviews by frankasu03
Having the writer, Jordan Katz, in the booth with Badham and John Ottman really makes for an interesting commentary. There are key elements in "Incognito," regarding specific points in editing and subtle alterations to the dialogue, that make a huge difference in experiencing this film. Director John Badham brings the usual amount of research and technical talk to the track, with plenty of cool anecdotes about shooting throughout Europe. And John Ottman, who I'm a big fan of, especially if you listen to his other solo tracks, such as his director's commentary for "Urban Legends," is always informative and quite amusing as well. A nice trio on a fairly pleasant film, that harkens back to '70s filmmaking. Art fans will really dig the information on creating "faux" masterpieces that Badham provides in great detail during the many montages that pervade "Incognito." Not a masterpiece, with a few silent gaps found along the track, but worth a listen or two. 7/10