- Dec 14, 2000
My small collection consists of 288 movies, with 71 on tape. Of the remaining 217 titles, only 46 include commentaries; this being due to the age of the movie, and/or of the DVD itself. Unfortunately, I've only found 13 that were enjoyable, mostly due to poor speaking skills, and/or a restating of what's on the screen. Those I found quite informative were delivered by Francis Coppola (Godfather Trilogy), Rudy Behlmer (The Adventures of Robin Hood and Frankenstein), Richard Fleischer & Stewart Galbraith (Tora! Tora! Tora!) and the texts of Michael & Denise Okuda Star Trek's 1-7). Please share your experiences.