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Beatty states at the top of the DVD extras he's not a big fan of talking about a movie (and did no publicity for the film upon its release in 1981). So there is no commentary track, just an expertly produced 90-minute retrospective with interviews from most of the major players, minus Keaton. We find out why Beatty's best performances are the ones he doesn't direct, while Nicholson provides the reason why Beatty had to star. Beatty talks about the process to interview the witnesses, and when we see bits of unused footage, it whets the appetite for more. Certainly, an hour of witness outtakes would have been something special, and would allow Beatty not to speak about his masterpiece. --Doug Thomas
Warren Beatty, Diane Keaton, Jack Nicholson and Maureen Stapleton give incredible performances.
Beatty instead glorifies the act of revolution and idealism whether it is the free love movement or the revolution against war and for the liberation of workers.
He pays close attention to detail, gives us a multitude of historical characters and events, and mixes his story telling with the words of real people.
This is a poignant look at American journalist John Reed, an activist who falls in love with Louise Bryant, a feminist. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Kate70
As a dramatic retelling of the life of journalist, political activist, and radical, Jack Resd, this movie is compelling enough. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sandra Mulsow
The movie is brilliant, A love story, a docu-drama, history, so many things. Beatty has created a movie that will be valued 100 years fro now, The special feature is an extended... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Barbara C Houston
Excellent movie My younger children even were surprised that they liked the movie.Published 2 months ago by Cowboybob
always a great entertaining film to watch, profound in nature and what was so long ago shown from a different aspect of those who live in the era,Published 3 months ago by Michael Dodson
Reds is the best movie ever made about that time of history in my opinion. John Reed is my type of men, better than Mr. Darcy, as he is a real man, not a fictional one! Read morePublished 3 months ago by ELIANA SOUZA FURTADO
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I just saw a coming attraction for the DVD a couple of weeks ago (I think it was on the Neil Young Heart of Gold DVD) that said it was coming in October. Special Edition!!! :)
Jun 21, 2006 by R. Epstein | See all 2 posts
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