Boston Globe: 2010 was a great year for fans of DVD supplements, as Blu-ray helped pop-up AV commentary really come into its own. Here are the discs that had the most to offer, from main attractions that commanded attention to extras that did the same.
This depiction of Joan Jett’s early-career wild times sends you running to load “Cherry Bomb’’ onto your iPod. Then the disc lures you right back with commentary by Jett, screen counterpart Kristen Stewart, and Dakota Fanning, who plays Jett’s bandmate Cherie Currie. Jett has no problem getting on details that have been tweaked, such as those leather pants she never actually wore. “It’s about creating the [icon],’’ Stewart offers. “What does leather do that jeans wouldn’t?’’ Jett says. You tell her, sister.