Oct 8, 2011
The mother of the Soulless Minions joins us once more with this commentary. We're taking a look at the 1996 film aptly titled -- Mother. Its was co-written and directed by Albert Brooks and among all of his films we think its one of his best. It also stars Debbie Reynolds who delivers a very funny and down to earth performance. This is simply a great movie that might appear a bit low key on the surface but under that surface it's really a strong and true to life examination of the relationship between a mother and her son. And that's a kind of relationship that isn't often examned in film. It's really a hidden gem.
Sync Point: The black point immediately after the Paramount logo has faded away.
This Commentary was recorded using a Region 1 DVD