I can never believe the sheer laziness of actors who agree to do a commentary track and don't sit down to watch the movie through before doing the track. Most actor commentaries seem to amount to "oh yeah, this is the bit where I discover that my uncle didn't die of a heart attack, but was poisoned by the evil count...or, wait, maybe it was the countess"--dude, we know the plot of the damned film: if we're watching the commentary track we've already watched the film. Comment on the damn thing--don't give a play-by-play--especially not a shaky "what's happening here?" one.
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