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The Making of 'I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer' (2006)

Video  -  Short  -  4 July 2006 (USA)
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Title: The Making of 'I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer' (Video 2006)

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14 July 2008 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

This is a documentary found on the DVD release of, well, it's part of the title, so it really shouldn't be a mystery. It's done in a style similar to the feature itself. It has some clips of it, and also consists of storyboards, interviews and footage from behind the scenes(shooting and otherwise). This really made it seem like it was fun to make the movie. It's well-done and interesting. The mix of the goofing off between takes and the more serious, informational stuff, is great. The pacing is spot-on, in spite of frantic bits, it never overwhelms, nor does it bore. The cast-members and crew have good things to say(both meaning positive and that what comes out when they're speaking is, in fact, well worth listening to), and Sylvain White seems like a really cool guy and a professional and talented director all in one. This is edited well, and the material is almost invariably well-chosen and utilized equally well. I'd say this is entirely likely to inspire viewers(perhaps not each of them) to either pursue film-making or watch the production that this is about... and hey, with some luck, and in the right situation, I can vouch for them being satisfying. I recommend this to fans of the I Know series and the people in this particular entry. 7/10


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