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Design in Motion: The Look of 'Men in Black II' (2002)

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Quite interesting
20 April 2003 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The visual feel of the sets and the equipment within MIIB is discussed with the production manager as to how he came up with the feel for the film.

Of all the many features on the MIIB DVD this was quite interesting because it is about the bits of the film that you don't really see as you watch. Well, you SEE it but you don't really take it in. Where Rick Baker's aliens will draw your eye to them, the sets etc will often just have a feel to them.

This discussed the thought process behind everything from the worm's bachelor pad through to even the choice for Agent J's car. It is interesting as it is easy to forget how much work goes into making this stuff and designing it over and over. There isn't anything earth shattering here but it is interesting to see how it all came together.

Whatever else you think about the MIB films, they do have a bit good look about them and the set design is part of setting the tone for the film as comic and sort of cool throwback. The only thing that this short lacked was a reference back to the comic book - surely this must have had some input to the design process and the feel of the film?


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