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End of Days: The Beginning (2000)

A promotional making-of documentary for the film End of Days (1999). Interviews with the cast and a few crew members along with clips from the better parts of the film are present, but do ... See full summary »
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A promotional making-of documentary for the film End of Days (1999). Interviews with the cast and a few crew members along with clips from the better parts of the film are present, but do not really contribute to the real "making" of the movie. Written by Rhyl Donnelly

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18 April 2000 (USA)  »

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Spotlight on Location: End of Days  »

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This making-of is featured on the End of Days (1999) DVD released in Region 1 (USA and Canada) in 2000. See more »

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"Arnold is so great to work with". Clear off!
4 September 2015 | by (Co, Derry, Northern Ireland) – See all my reviews

This is yet another one of those dull featurettes where everyone praises each other.

"Arnold is great to work with," "Gabriel is great to work with", "Kevin is great to work with"..........UGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!

The only interesting thing I learned was the film originally ended with Arnold's character blowing the devil away.

"But we thought there was something wrong with that ending," said Arnold.

Well, at least Arnold has some sense in him, rather than having an ego the size of his muscles.

The DVD featurettes on the special effects are more interesting than this tripe. With them, at least we learn about the actual making of the film.


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