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'Team America': Building the World (2005)

Video  |   |  Documentary, Short  |  17 May 2005 (USA)
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A documentary on the design and construction of the sets of Team America: World Police (2004).

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A documentary on the design and construction of the sets of Team America: World Police (2004).

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Thank you for not rushing, if nothing else, at least by comparison
16 December 2008 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

This is the second of the seven short featurettes on the DVD of Team America: World Police, and details the creating of the world it takes place in. It slows down some from the first, and is almost three times as long(more precisely put, 13 minutes), both of which are very welcome changes, and obviously they're directly connected to one another. As this was a puppet movie, not one with human actors physically appearing, everything had to be built, in scale. This goes into that, and reveals a couple of the rather creative ways they integrated real-life objects into sets and costumes. It also includes other people than Matt and Trey, and that's nice, because while they are fun to listen to, the crew also have great things to say. This consists of interviews, behind-the-scenes footage and concept art, intercut with clips from the flick itself. It's well-edited, and never ceases to be interesting. It moves at a fitting speed, never too fast or overly slow. I recommend this to any fans of TA, those who made it, and anyone who wants to know more about the piece, or, to a lesser degree, the folks behind it. 7/10

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