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    Default Watching/listening to the commentary track...

    Stephen King makes great commentaries. I was just listening to the Boondocks commentaris before that, and thinking they could have benefited from him being in the studio with them. I enjoy hearing all his speaking occasions. A great storyteller in person as well as in print. Which is not always the case of other authors. Great comparison between screen adaptations of novels and stuffing stolen hotel towels into a suitcase. Wow, the snow cost roughly $2 million dollars of the budget, the single biggest item. Execs commanding phantom armies (in casting options ideas). Heh.... Still watching....

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    Default Re: Watching/listening to the commentary track...

    Nathan Grantham wants his cake, and I want my Stephen King commentary track on Maximum Overdrive.

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    Default Re: Watching/listening to the commentary track...

    SK remade it into Trucks so you're more likely to get a commentary track on that one...

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    Default Re: Watching/listening to the commentary track...

    Quote Originally Posted by Ebdim9th View Post
    SK remade it into Trucks so you're more likely to get a commentary track on that one...
    Steve wasn't part of that production so unlikely he'd do a commentary.


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    Default Re: Watching/listening to the commentary track...

    Oh that's good, coz I prefer Maximum Overdrive to that one, anyway. Maybe Steve'll do a commentary on MO one day then?

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    Default Re: Watching/listening to the commentary track...

    Possible, but not probable.


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    Oh that's ok, I'll just have to do with the memory of that guy that used to host movies on one of the Turner cable channels that had a minor part in it who did his own running commentary before and after the commercial breaks.

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    Default Re: Watching/listening to the commentary track...

    Quote Originally Posted by Moderator View Post
    Possible, but not probable.
    ...in other words, not the proverbial snowball's chance....

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    Default Re: Watching/listening to the commentary track...

    Yeah, I kinda figured that. Also, the commentary switched back and forth between King and director Craig Baxley. Stephen described this story and others as a sculpture of sorts to be examined from without and interpreted in different ways...

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