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Beyond Suspicion (2000)

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Commentary 1: Writer/director Matthew Tabak and actor Jeff Goldblum Rating:10.0/10 (1 vote) [graph]Login to vote or review
Reviewed by frankasu03 on June 28th, 2011:Find all reviews by frankasu03
Mom, could I have some more Goldblum, please? Really, commie listeners, this makes wading thru hundreds of bland, silent commentaries, where the only voice is heaping effusive praise on all the cast and crew involved, worthwhile. Goldblum and director Tabak never let a moment of dead air pass. Jeff describes the Meissner technique of acting, reveals his favorite films of 2000, and sings. Yes, he sings 3 songs. One was "Ghost of a Chance", another, a French ballad about the erection-causing abilities of women. This is related to his on-screen chemistry with Anne Heche. Serious questions about chaos theory, existensialism, and moviemaking abound. Matthew, the director, doubles as moderator here as well. He describes the trials of making a movie in 25 days, earning the respect of the crew, and picks Jeff's brain on his preferred method of being directed. So informative (Deadwood and Justified's Tim Olyphant is a Meissner performer) and engaging. What a ride. It's too bad this movie didn't get a bigger release, or a better title. 9.5/10
Commentary 2: Writer/director Matthew Tabak and producer Daniel Stone Rating: no votes yetLogin to vote or review