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Director Michael Mann and actor James Caan
Rating:7.5/10 (11 votes) [
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Reviewed by Kgprophet79 on June 21st, 2013
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Mann likes giving factual tidbits about the real life thief and police that this film was based on. Chicago also figures prominently in this film. James Caan is basically just along for the ride, but it's nice to hear two friends reminiscing about the film.
Reviewed by sedna on December 2nd, 2013
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Not one of the best of Mann's tracks. A lot of silences, and when comments do come in they're not very interesting or that informative where it even makes you appreciate the film more. The fact that he's joined in by Cann even hinders him since he's better off on his own when he can fully enrich his films by giving in depth backgrounds on characters, their motivations or by psychoanalyzing them. Here it's just a boring, uninteresting track that doesn't make me appreciate the film more or find out interesting behind the scenes info.
Reviewed by reidca on May 29th, 2014
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Disapponting commentary. I will take into account this is quite an early commentary from a major studio and not someone like Criterion (1995 MGM laserdisc) but the interesting stories and few and far between and there are significant patches of completely dead air or majorly uninteresting conversation such as "look at that" or "yeah Hoag made the guns". From memory Michael Mann's solo commentaries are much more interesting (Last Of The Mohicans springs to mind). 6/10
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