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Good Advice (2001)

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Commentary 1: Director Steve Rash Rating:4.0/10 (1 vote) [graph]Login to vote or review
Reviewed by frankasu03 on March 22nd, 2016:Find all reviews by frankasu03
Kudos to Rash for meticulously recalling the exact day of filming every scene was shot. However, those expecting any "dirt" regarding Mr. Sheen will probably have to fish through old copies of "US Weekly." You won't find any of that here. Despite the many times Director Rash takes credit for the initial "meet-cute" between Denise Richards and Sheen, any other anecdotes are lacking. There are interesting technical aspects, namely the digital color correction used, and its' impact on the overall look of the film. Some credit for keeping the Twin Towers in the film, shortly after 9/11. And, I have to agree with Rash that Angie Harmon really has been underrated as a comedic actress for some time. But, there is no rhythm to this solo track. Fans of Jon Lovitz will enjoy learning which bits of action he improvised. But, careful attention to the film reveals those such instances. I will say this, if you haven't seen "Good Advice," you can easily have the commentary on and follow the dialogue and plotting. So, you can enjoy both the comments and the film in one sitting. 4/10