This featurette is found on the X-Men 1.5 DVD of 2003, and perhaps people expecting something else from it explains the, at the time of writing this, 10 votes for 1. It's not the overall look, colours or production design. No, this deals with the make-up and costumes, with the former of the two taking up almost all of this(and given how elaborate it is, that makes good sense. They go over each of the mutants that had much done(not actually every single one in the movie), and the transitions between them are smooth. This consists of interviews(especially with Gordon J. Smith; also, note that not everyone listed actually speaks in this, thought most of the actors referred to, do), behind-the-scenes footage and clips of the film. It's pretty thorough, going over seemingly everything there is to the subject, all of it that isn't self-explanatory. The editing is well-done, essentially invariably. This is informative and entertaining. Near the end of this, they go into one particular bit of the shooting, and a fair bit of amusement comes out of something both very simple, and, when you stop to think about it, pretty obvious. There is one or two instances of harsh language in this. I recommend this to anyone who wants to learn more about how they got the appearance down, and how they decided on it, as well. 7/10
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