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Neither this nor The Anti-Hero's Journey were made by Rodriguez. This is a look at the physical(mostly make-up-wise) effects of the film(Once Upon a Time in Mexico), with the title of this extra being a direct reference to the movie it's a tribute to(going by Robert's Mariachi Trilogy being inspired by Sergio Leone's Dollars Trilogy), The Good, The Bad and The Ugly. The special effects crew take us through several of the prosthetics and make-up effects, with detailed descriptions and footage from the creative process. They also explain how working on this film was different than others, due to how fast Robert wanted to work, to re-capture the feeling of making El Mariachi. It's paced fine, and it gives good insight into how the physical effects were achieved, for anyone interested in such. Nicotero is always interesting as far as such go, and this does hold some details about Robert Rodriguez and his methods, as well. One to watch for the fans of either, both, or those intrigued by the effects of the film. I recommend this to anyone who finds themselves in one or more of aforementioned groups. 6/10
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