Rob Reiner Interview, Part I - 'I've Never Made a Movie That Any Studio Wanted to Make' | KCET
Rob Reiner Interview, Part I - 'I've Never Made a Movie That Any Studio Wanted to Make'
"The Magic of Belle Isle," the new Rob Reiner-directed Morgan Freeman film (in theaters July 6), was the opening night film at the summer KCET Cinema Series. Like all films featured in the series -- which is hosted this season by Santa Monica's Aero Theater -- it was followed by a Q&A led by movie critic Pete Hammond. Director Reiner was the opening night special guest, KCET videotaped the interview.
In the clip above, Reiner talks about the his tendency to make movies that aren't exactly studio-friendly. But despite the hesitation of studios, his films continue to be popular once they hit theaters. Which of the following films is your favorite Rob Reiner directed flick?
"This is Spinal Tap," the classic mockumentary
"Stand By Me," based the Stephen King novella:
"When Harry Met Sally," the landmark romantic comedy:
"A Few Good Men," the film that taught you that you can, indeed, handle the truth:
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