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Conversations with Jerry Bruckheimer (2000)

Video  -  Documentary | Short  -  5 December 2000 (USA)
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Jerry Bruckheimer is on the opposite side of the lens, speaking about his many accomplishments while being a Hollywood producer. We see clips from some of his features plus a brief look at his next flick, Pearl Harbor (2001).

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Jerry Bruckheimer is on the opposite side of the lens, speaking about his many accomplishments while being a Hollywood producer. We see clips from some of his features plus a brief look at his next flick, Pearl Harbor (2001).

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This title is featured on the DVD of Gone in Sixty Seconds (2000), released December 2000. See more »

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28 June 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This 7 minute, 27 second featurette can be found on the DVD of "Gone in 60 Seconds", in it Jerry Bruckheimer talks about his not-so-diverse type of films such as "Con Air", "the Rock", "Crimson Tide", "Enemy of the State", "Armageddon", "Coyote Ugly", "Remember the Titans", "Pearl Harbor" and of course "Gone in 60 Seconds", if you're thinking to yourself. Hey wait a second that's a lot of movies to talk about given that it's only about 7 and a half minutes long. You'd be right and this featurette doesn't give any insight into anything whatsoever. As Jay Sherman would likely say: "It Stinks"

My Grade: F


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