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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.
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.
The film Reds is a wonderful portrayal of life both in America and in Russia during World War 1 and the Russian Revolution.
When this movie was in theaters, I wasn't interested in this kind of movie, being focused on sci-fi and action. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Nose's Noises
The movie was ok but a little boring. Also my wife is Russian and she said many of the costumes and details such as having electricity at the time were absolutely incorrect.Published 3 days ago by Mr. Dan
This was a great movie. It's very powerful and presents the internal conflict of Reed and his leftist ideology brilliantly. A word of warning though: don't watch this all at once. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Nick
Reds is mostly people talking about communism. Based on the real life of John Reed and his fascination with the emerging communist Russian government. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Bwhami
This film is a classic and a terrific mix of history, a touching love story, and memorable insight into the Russian Revolution as it touched Americans. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Old English
Beatty at his best and a great look at an overlooked series of events and character who was a part of them. Read morePublished 1 month ago by James Brooks
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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!!! :)
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