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The Sweetest Thing (2002)

Commentaries on this disc:

Commentary 1: Director Roger Kumble, and actors Jason Bateman, Cameron Diaz, Christina Applegate, and Selma Blair Rating:7.6/10 (11 votes) [graph]Login to vote or review
Reviewed by Robanhood on September 3rd, 2004:Find all reviews by Robanhood
This is by far the funniest commentary I've ever heard. Cameron Diaz keeps disturbing the director's comments, making (hopefully) fake farts and speaking with squirrel voice - seems she's inhaling helium. The style of humour is quite similar to the movie itself, so you may want to consider whether you'll like or not. I did.
Reviewed by IamBec88 on March 23rd, 2007:Find all reviews by IamBec88
Funniest commentary I've ever heard as well. It's great.
Reviewed by Bakersfield on August 19th, 2015:Find all reviews by Bakersfield
Have to agree with the rest here and say that this is indeed a very funny commentary. It's a pleasure listening to people who clearly like being together in one room.

No, this is not a deep, Scorsese-type commentary but it's worth listening to. If you like the three female leads, if you like comedy then this is definitely for you. Bateman and Kumble are pretty funny too.

So do not miss it. Hell, buy the DVD just for the commentary. For me personally The Sweetest Thing is a great 'feel-good' movie and the commentary is a very, very nice addition.
Reviewed by Damon_82 on February 5th, 2017:Find all reviews by Damon_82
What a fun, wacky commentary! You would want to hang out with those guys, for sure. Usually I prefer more 'serious' DVD commentaries, but this one is just too endearing, and I can't look down on it. The actors and the director really are having some great time, and it makes the viewer crack a smile as well. I mean, not every audio commentary needs to be dead serious, right? You gotta have some fun ones as well. So, if you're in a mood for some fun, jokes and lots of laughing, and especially if you like the movie, give this track a chance. You will also learn some cool stuff about the process of making the flick.