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Walking the Mile (2000)

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13 June 2000 (USA)  »

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Walking the Mile: The Making of 'The Green Mile'  »

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Much footage in the 26 minute extended version from 2006 was not included in the complete 96 minute re-edit released in 2014. See more »

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Sam Rockwell appears as Wild Bill after the end credits in the 26 minute extended version. See more »

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Edited into Walking the Mile (Director's Cut) (2014) See more »

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23 February 2014 | by See all my reviews

There are two types of these behind-the-scenes bonus features that get added onto videotapes & DVDs. There are ones where the director really puts out an effort to explain a bit about the movie-making process, what they were trying to accomplish with the feature film's project, and showing you a bit of what you didn't absorb from simply watching that feature film itself. And then there are those where they simply splice together a few minutes of footage showing the crew actually shooting that feature film, just created to give them something to taut as a bonus feature. This "Walking the Mile" is one of that second kind. And that's why I'm afraid this "review" of it is so "blah". What is there to say about such an unimaginative, unoriginal short? 'How ironic that the feature film that this was behind the scenes of was such a creative science fiction assault on religion.


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