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Director Harold Ramis
Rating:6.2/10 (4 votes) [
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Reviewed by space guy on August 13th, 2004
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A surprisingly entertaining comentary. Both funny and informative. Better than average.
Reviewed by Neonomide on April 29th, 2017
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pretty bland commentary. Not only because it is a monologue but because Remis often just describes what is happening in the scene and what the characters are saying to each other.
Producer Trevor Albert and actor Elizabeth Hurley
Rating:6.0/10 (1 vote) [
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Reviewed by frankasu03 on May 26th, 2011
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This DVD has been collecting dust on my mantle for 10 years. So, I decided to have another view of it while listening to the producer and Miss Hurley. It's an enjoyable listen. Trevor gives some insight into the locations, makeup, and themes of the movie. I enjoyed the insight into updating this film from the Dudley Moore original. Both voices are in the same room, and the producer lavishes extensive praise on all the actors. Hurley's voice is very pleasant, and she seemed to relish the opportunity to play Satan herself. I thought it was amusing that she implied only feeling comfortable taking direction from funny people, i.e Harold Ramis or Ron Howard. Extra kudos to Brendan Fraser for really selling the comedy in being overly sensitive in one scene and a hapless drug lord in the next. If you want to learn which scenes called for SFX and prosthetic noses, it can be found here. 7/10
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