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Sea of Love (1989)

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Commentary 1: Director Harold Becker Rating:5.0/10 (2 votes) [graph]Login to vote or review
Reviewed by frankasu03 on November 10th, 2012:Find all reviews by frankasu03
Not much more enthusiasm here than is lacking from "mercury Rising." Frequent bouts of "dead air." A handful of anecdotes about working with Pacino. I would recommend any track with Lumet, or even Taylor Hackford's "Devils Advocate" track for better stories about Al Pacino. I'm pleased Becker participates in these tracks, but perhaps a moderator is in order.
Reviewed by iwantmytvm on May 16th, 2022:Find all reviews by iwantmytvm
Better than I expected based on the above review, if not the greatest. I rated it a 6. There are some silent moments but they are more spotty than rampant. Becker spends a bit too much time telestrating the story but he does have some nice thoughts about filming on location in NYC or on set in Toronto, working with the actors - some of them very early in their careers, the underlying themes of alcohol, loneliness, and the use of the score by Trevor Jones and the source music in the film.