Sopranos Behind-The-Scenes Volume 1 of 2

1 h 57 min201616+
This show is not produced or released by HBO & includes rare never seen footage! See Bloopers, Retakes, & Candid Videos! Visit Filming Locations & watch Fights, Crashes & Whackings! 15 Cast Commentaries illustrate 6 Seasons!
Sandy Oliveri
James GandolfiniDrea de MatteoFrank Vincent
English [CC]
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Michael ImperioliJoseph R. GannascoliVincent PastoreJamie-Lynn SiglerVincent CuratolaJohn FioreDavid ProvalRobert FunaroFrank SantorelliTony LipDan GrimaldiJeff MarchettiPat Cooper
Legend Films & Jersey Productions
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3.4 out of 5 stars

149 global ratings

  1. 46% of reviews have 5 stars
  2. 10% of reviews have 4 stars
  3. 8% of reviews have 3 stars
  4. 12% of reviews have 2 stars
  5. 25% of reviews have 1 stars
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JJ SpinaReviewed in the United States on March 30, 2019
1.0 out of 5 stars
False advertising
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This played like a home movie made in someone's basement with their uncle's old video equipment. The synopsis says not made by HBO, and you better believe that's true. Minor characters gave some commentary, but there was no participation by any of the major stars, directors, writers, or production people from the series. It's B list -- no, take that back -- C list all the way. One hour and 57 minutes we will never get back. Imagine being held captive by cringe-worthy moments and endless footage of nothing, people standing around sets while the narrator weaves some odd tale. Then imagine having coffee with the owners of the original locations, each one looking for their 15 minutes of fame, turning small anecdotes into "epic" stories that are truly uninteresting and boring. Save yourself. Rewatch the series. Skip the Behind-The-Scenes... god only knows what volume two has to offer... we'll take a pass.
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Tony D.Reviewed in the United States on February 26, 2019
1.0 out of 5 stars
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I'm trying to figure out how the production quality of this film could be any worse. At a few points throughout the show, the narrator is actually reading his lines over the phone!
Very little of it is of any real interest. Perhaps the most interesting thing is how many of the "civilians" who's homes or places of business were used in the show, constantly refer to the actors by their character's names. It's also interesting how all of those civilians have absolutely ZERO interesting stories to share. "yeah, Tony and Big Pussy came in here a couple of times" is not a riveting anecdote.
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SFO BroReviewed in the United States on July 5, 2018
2.0 out of 5 stars
HUGE Sopranos fan, but this wasn't for me. Look at the ratings on this one folks.
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I would cancel my cable service back in the day, and renew it with HBO for the season, and then get rid of it again just to see The Sopranos.shows
The Sopranos for me is one of the top 10 shows of all time. But sometimes on Amazon, you have to pay attention to the ratings.
Only the absolute fanatical diehard who will like one or two still shots, or maybe a tidbit of information that they didn't have before
should sit through this blowhard show. 2 hours, I wish I had back and I won't be watching part 2.

But for the rabid 2018.....
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LoggittReviewed in the United States on September 23, 2017
1.0 out of 5 stars
Truly boring
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Big disappointment. Low resolution and really not much actual entertainment. However, if you are one of those fans who wants to know everything about everything to do with the show, you might want to give this a go. I only got half way through it and fell asleep.
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Dave McIndoeReviewed in the United States on December 12, 2016
3.0 out of 5 stars
OK, just OK
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OK. I got about halfway through it, then got bored. Some interesting anecdotes, but nothing to keep you glued to the show. Being from Jersey, it's a little more interesting since I know the areas where the shooting took place. I wonder about someone outside of the area though. But then again, I figured the show wouldn't appeal to anybody outside of the northease
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EmmysmomReviewed in the United States on December 24, 2017
4.0 out of 5 stars
It enriches your enjoyment when you're watching those scenes and episodes
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The behind the scenes stuff about how they did stunts and special effects, and the interviews with actors discussing anecdotes about certain episodes is really worthwhile. It enriches your enjoyment when you're watching those scenes and episodes. The clips showing the actors playing around were sorta cute.

But the pacing is obviously plodding, and WAY too much time is spent devoted to interviewing the nobodies who own the buildings in order to make this a two-part series. Fiore got about twice as much screentime as necessary. It should be condensed into an hourlong film with a faster pace, and it would be an actually entertaining movie.

Oh and the 90's called... they want their music and graphics back.
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ChristianReviewed in the United States on May 29, 2020
5.0 out of 5 stars
True Die Hard Soprano Fans will Love It
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I think people forget this show was made in the early 2000’s when production wasn’t HD and 4K. Behind the scenes Sopranos has been something the Creator and HBO have kept private and under wraps so for any true Sopranos fan, i’d rather have this than nothing! Love the interviews and behind the scenes of filming and stories. Sopranos was the first of its kind and an all time TV series. Thanks for the memories.
Unknown artistReviewed in the United States on September 28, 2016
2.0 out of 5 stars
The editing and theme is like watching something made by Tim and Eric
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How did this possibly come out in 2016? that can't be true. The editing and theme is like watching something made by Tim and Eric, the background music is outdated and obnoxious (talking late 80's training video music) and I kid you not, the narrator sounded like he was doing his job over a very poor phone connection- in fact I'm almost certain it was done over a phone.
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