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Old 08-07-08, 11:02 AM
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Dvd's with video commentary

I just got 2 dvds recently with this special feature. I was wondering what other titles have video commentaries.

Mine are:

Jerry Maguire SE
Hellboy DC
Old 08-07-08, 11:27 AM
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Clerks X

Dogma SE

Without a Paddle
Old 08-07-08, 12:18 PM
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Roseanne - The Complete 5th Season

- "Ladies' Choice"
- "Lanford Daze"

Roseanne - The Complete 8th Season

- "The Fifties Show"
- "Disney World War II, Part 2"
- "Springtime For David"

Roseanne - The Complete 9th Season

- "Truth Be Told"
Old 08-07-08, 12:28 PM
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Ghostbusters' MST3K-esque commentary
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UHF has an occasional video commentary.
Old 08-07-08, 02:00 PM
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The first Mallrats dvd. I may be mistaken, but I think they did away with it for the current Mallrats CE.
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Originally Posted by JackBurton
The first Mallrats dvd. I may be mistaken, but I think they did away with it for the current Mallrats CE.
It was one of the few features dropped for the 10th anniversary edition.

The only reason I still own the original CE of Mallrats is for the 65-minute featurette with a majority of the deleted scenes (which was also dropped for the 10th anniversary edition).
Old 08-07-08, 02:12 PM
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This is still my favorite commentary of all time. Watching them all together 15 years later watching the movie. It was almost better than a sequel.
Old 08-07-08, 02:14 PM
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Originally Posted by Matthew Chmiel
It was one of the few features dropped for the 10th anniversary edition.

The only reason I still own the original CE of Mallrats is for the 65-minute featurette with a majority of the deleted scenes (which was also dropped for the 10th anniversary edition).
Yeah, I held on to the previous CE of Mallrats for those two features as well (for some reason, I find the movie even funnier with the commentary).
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This is still my favorite commentary of all time. Watching them all together 15 years later watching the movie. It was almost better than a sequel.
Yeah, it was great to see everyone together but I was a little disappointed with the commentary. It reminded me a of the Jerry Maguire one - just too many personalities and no organization. I thought Donner was funny, but he didn't seem to remember shooting the movie (him talking about sinking the ship "after" the end was good stuff, though). Samwise left halfway through, and Feldman didn't get a chance to finish a story (or two).

But you're right; there was something cool about seeing them together watching the movie. I also saw a "team" picture of the reunion before the DVD was released, and that was neat as well. I wish they would've just done a well-produced doc for the DVD.
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Originally Posted by lawyer goodwill
Ghostbusters' MST3K-esque commentary
Men in Black does this too. In fact, a lot of Columbia/Tri-Star titles did video commentaries.

Couple more:
Boondocks-Season 1
Glory (SE)
(Grindhouse's) I Drink Your Blood/Cannibal Holocaust-Though the IDYB video commentary is an easter egg. Which reminds me...You know how some commentaries say that they're recorded at somebody's house instead of a studio? This is the first and only time time I can recall seeing a video commentary being taped at someone's house.
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Xena: Warrior Princess seasons 3-6, numerous episodes.
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Originally Posted by Matthew Chmiel
It was one of the few features dropped for the 10th anniversary edition.

The only reason I still own the original CE of Mallrats is for the 65-minute featurette with a majority of the deleted scenes (which was also dropped for the 10th anniversary edition).
but are these deleted scenes in the extended version? I've been wanting to upgrade my DVD-R from when the movie was on Starz , to the 2-disc.
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Originally Posted by critterdvd
This is still my favorite commentary of all time. Watching them all together 15 years later watching the movie. It was almost better than a sequel.
It's so funny to see that Sean Astin is exactly like his character. And they all gang up on him the same way.
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I don't think I never noticed the video commentary on Without A Paddle. Any good? I might watch it this weekend.
Old 08-07-08, 06:20 PM
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Originally Posted by critterdvd
This is still my favorite commentary of all time. Watching them all together 15 years later watching the movie. It was almost better than a sequel.
Really? I thought the commentary was a huge disappointment. There were simply too many people there and Corey Feldman wouldn't shut up. Donner hardly got a word in, and he's great in his commentaries. Plus, someone left in the middle of the movie (Sean Astin?... and he was somewhat intersting.)

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To expand on the Hellboy video commentary: Hellboy: Director's Cut - disc 3 (theatrical cut) has the commentary from the original theatrical cut release, but with the cast commentary folks in the corner of the screen.

Here's another thread that lists most of the same ones already mentioned in this thread, there may be others not listed here:

http://forum.dvdtalk.com/showthread.php?t=510418

I know there is another thread, but I can't find it.

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