No-one did commentaries better than John Frankenheimer.Seven Days in May (1964) - I'd seen this political drama before, but my wife had not. We watched the Warner blu-ray. I really like this film for its terrific cast, well told story, and continuing relevance. My wife was a less enthusiastic; she wanted some stronger female characters and I can't say she's wrong there. The commentary track by director John Frankenheimer was very informative.
I finished the day's movies with:
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Good, cheesy, early 60s "B" movie goodness. I'm a sucker for these movies as they are mostly what I grew up watching on a local late night horror host program and some Saturday matinee TV shows. This one looks quite good on BR.