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No - I don't want to listen to people yakking away.
Occasionally, just to check if anything interesting is being said.
Yes, most often to get an insight into the making of the film
Yes, usually when a particular individual is involved e.g. a favourite director or actor
Always - I want to get my money's worth from the disc
Simple question on a Monday morning.
"If it's out of the grave, it's out of my pants." Tig
Don't think I have listened to one in 5 years. Used to. When I collected laser discs - all the time. But after about 100, I found them all to be the same and I didn't learn any new insight into a movie as a result. Now, I could care less if a DVD has one.
a lot of times it's better than film school
i tried a couple times but i couldnt get into it
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The better the movie, the more likely it is that I listen to the commentary.
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I pretty much never buy a movie if it doesn't have Audio Commentaries.
I like to listen to them. Especially older 80's films to learn things I never knew. I'll usually listen to the audio only online after I've run out of podcasts to listen to.
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