Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|The Real World You Never Saw - New Orleans|
Genres: Television, Documentary
This collection of behind-the-scenes capers provides Real World fans even more of their favorite vicarious thrills, watching the residents of the Big Easy's Belfort House flirt, fight, and have fun. Mostly fun. Lots of it.... more »
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John Aldridge | Rochester, NY | 10/17/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This video of extra scenes from the New Orleans cast is really pretty funny! Although the cast hasn't been the best cast ever this year, they seem most real when they're setting up the funniest moments in this video. Julie surprised me in this video. You get to see an even wilder side of her that you don't see much in the episodes on tv. There are actually some surprises in this video with flirty segments on Danny & Kelley and Julie & Matt. Fans of Danny will be happy too because he gets a lot of attention on this video. I don't have the DVD but I think that it has a lot of extra stuff on it like clips from their casting tapes which would be cool. I highly recommend it!"
Disappointing - Didn't Deliver Enough
G. Paula | Clifton, NJ United States | 01/11/2001
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Overall I liked the cast of REAL WORLD NEW ORLEANS a lot, so I had high hopes for this DVD. After viewing it, I liked the cast even more, but I was disappointed with the DVD.First, the good stuff:1. There are a lot of funny moments on this DVD. The ones that come to mind are the funny (and sexy) Adam and Eve spoof Danny and Kelley did, Melissa's prank phone call to phone star, and the various cast members teasing David with their own versions of "Come On Be My Baby Tonight." (Did anyone but me ever notice that David ripped this song off from "Guys and Dolls?")2. I also liked the bonus footage of the cast members' audition tapes. We saw bits of this during the casting special, but the DVD provided a lot more.Here are my gripes:1. The stuff on there was good, but there wasn't nearly enough of it. This drove me crazy. Not including the bonus stuff, the DVD wasn't even an hour long. It cost way too much for so little. The production company had thousands of hours of tape to draw material from. Why not make the DVD four hours long? I'm sure there'd be no problem filling it with interesting stuff, and it wouldn't even cost them anything extra because the footage already exists. There was no reason for this DVD to be so short.2. Some of this stuff was so good that I can't believe they left it out of the actual series. For example, in the show, much time was given to Melissa's impressions of her parents. Unless you've viewed the DVD, you'd never know that Melissa's parents came to visit her in New Orleans. Yes, we got to meet the often-imitated Mercy and Shorty. They were fun, and I definitely wanted to see even more of them.3. The box said that the DVD contained 100% new material. Although the vast majority of it was new, it wasn't all new. That's a minor gripe.Summary: Overall, I liked what was on there, but I didn't feel like I got enough for what I paid."
You'll Laugh Your A** Off!
Real World Watcher | College Park, MD United States | 11/07/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This movie is definitely worth the money. You get some behind the scenes footage that is absolutely hysterical. David's "Come on be my baby tonight" song....nuff said. The only disappointing part was that the nudity, cursing, and obscene gestures were still blurred out...aw well. Overall, a definite buy!"
Fun DVD...Leaves You Wanting More
edzaf | Chandler, AZ USA | 01/02/2001
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This is a fun look-back at the Real World - New Orleans. As others have mentioned, this is not an "uncensored" video -- but merely "unseen" footage as the cast reminisces about their stay at the Belfort mansion. The cast was clearly much more relaxed and showed their sense of humor (particularly Matt and David who were a little more guarded during the show and are paired together as a "team") in the DVD. The true "star" of this DVD (and the entire series) is Melissa. She will make you laugh until you are almost crying -- even in her melodramatic moments. The call to On Star (vehicle global positioning assistance) as she imitates her mother is particularly hilarious.The "bonus" features are a bit lame -- a slide-show tour of Belfort and advertisements for Real World-Hawaii and "How to Audition" for the Real World. There are snippets from the cast auditions tapes that are a bit more interesting. My only complaint is that the entire DVD (only 55 minutes) IS just "bonus" material. In this age of jam-packed DVDs, it would have been nice to have the entire series (especially to catch up on those episodes you may have missed) and what is on this DVD presented as the extra "bonus" material. One thinks just Melissa outtakes could have filled an hour's worth of material. Overall, an enjoyable DVD for fans of the series and particularly this cast which I felt was one of the best groups over the past several Real World seasons."