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This "Making of" for the adaptation to film of the Stephen King story--RIDING THE BULLET--is divided into eight parts. Six of the eight parts (titles in quotation marks, followed by the duration of each, minutes:seconds, in parenthesis) merit a rating of 7 out of 10 (namely: "Drawing the Bullet" (3:32), "The Fury Crash" (4:55), "Thrill Village" (3:27) "Make-up" (1:58), "Picture Cars" (1:32), and "Artwork" (1:16)). The part entitled "A Cemetery Shoot" (3:23) merits just 6 out of 10 ratings-wise, while "Artwork Gallery" (2:49) is pretty lame, deserving 5 out of 10 at best. Most of the people who rated the feature--RIDING THE BULLET--at just 6 of 10 or worse may be served best by skipping these extras. The exception to this recommendation would be film students interested in pontificating about where the cast and crew of the feature "went wrong." On the other hand, people who enjoyed the feature and who are interested in the behind-the-scenes of movie making may want to invest another 23 or so minutes to view these bonus features (especially "The Fury Crash," which wrecks a classic car the same make and model as the title vehicle in Stephen King's CHRISTINE).
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