Dogma Commentaries?

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Adam_WM, Oct 22, 2002.

  1. Adam_WM

    Adam_WM Screenwriter

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    I just listened to the cast commentary on Dogma. Is the technical one worth going through? Or should I move on to Jay and Silent Bob's commentary?
     
  2. Scott D S

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    It's good. It's just Scott Mosier, Kevin Smith, and Vincent Periera this time. No Mewes, Lee, or Affleck (the guy from Phantoms). [​IMG]
    Just like the title says, they do get a little more technical. They elaborate more on casting, the controversy, locations, shooting in Super 35 vs. anamorphic, the shit demon FX, etc. It's a worthwhile listen, better than the track for Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, actually, IMHO.
     
  3. Matt Stone

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    Definitely. The J&SBSB commentary is pretty damn boring for the most part.
     
  4. BrettisMckinney

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    Im just about to buy j+s, what are the deleted scenes and behind the scenes like? Do they go for long?
     
  5. Jeremy Allin

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    I believe the deleted scenes total about 90 minutes of extra stuff (including intros by Kevin Smith and Co.) There are also a couple of promotional pieces, outtakes, gag reels etc. that probably total about another 1 hour of viewing.

    Oh, and there's also a very disturbing easter egg in Jason Mewes' bio.
     
  6. John CW

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    Yeah forget the commentary on J+SBSB, KS went from A1 commentary tracks to almost Tim Burton/Mel Brooks (OK, not QUITE that bad, but still VERY dull).

    ~ John
     

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