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'Smallville' Backstage Special
(TV Movie 2004)
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the small-ville backstage special was really good. i first saw it when i didn't know a lot about small-ville, and i learned a lot about the characters and the actors.Tom Welling did a lot of interviews, but he was awfully quiet. i think he could have opened up more, and that would have made the show a lot better.John Schneider was in one interview, and he was really funny. He's usually real fun to watch, and this was a prime example.Annette O'tool was also in one interview. she was kinda ditzy, though. she kept telling everyone how she'd never seen some of the clips of scenes they showed, even though she was in them.John Glover was funny and creepy, which was very entertaining to see.Michael Rosenbaum was hilarious, as usual. his were probably the best interviews, because i was laughing constantly.Kristen Kruek was okay, but she isn't one of my favorites, so i cant really comment.Alison Mack pointed out that no one on the show really mourns for the people that die. so true.overall, it was pretty good, if you can excuse the horrible interviewer, Brooke Burke
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