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The Making of 'Robots' (2005)

Video  |   |  Documentary, Short  |  28 February 2005 (USA)
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Go behind the scenes on the "set" of Robots. See the voice actors in action. All hosted by the one and only Drew Carey.

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Go behind the scenes on the "set" of Robots. See the voice actors in action. All hosted by the one and only Drew Carey.

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Nothing special...
30 March 2005 | by (Florida) – See all my reviews

This making of featurette is available on a promotional DVD I picked up from Wal*Mart. Like I stated before, it is nothing special, it's just like any other making of documentary only a little less informative. Drew Carey is your host on this "adventure" through the "set" of Robots. Through the whole documentary he bores you to death because it sounds like he is just reading off of cue cards (Which he probably is doing.). It also shows Chris Wedge talking about how he got the idea of Rodney from an old boat engine. Halle Berry talks a little about her experience on the set while she reminds us of how terrible Catwoman was just by looking at her face. Amanda Bynes talks about her experience as well, telling the viewer how it is different than live acting, etc. Robin Williams also shows up to talk about how he enjoyed working on this film with everyone, while he throws his energetic comedy around at the same time. All in all this documentary is just like any other animated films Making of... featurette. It's really not important that you need to see it, but if you ever find the promotional DVD it is on, be wise and buy it. It might be a nice little DVD for the kids or just a bonus dis you'd like to add to your animation collection or your bonus disc collection. All in all i Give it a **** out of **********. The DVD also contains a trailer for 'The Sandlot 2' and the animated short 'Scrat's Missing Adventure' which was also directed by Chris Wedge.

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