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Absolute Power: The Making of Edison Force (2006)

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A behind-the-scenes documentary on the making of the political thriller "Edison Force".

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Come on, you read that title in The Emperor's voice, too
22 April 2012 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

This is the only featurette on the DVD of City of Crime... or is that Edison Force? Anyway, it's a "making of" on the movie. It consists of interviews with cast(who tend to overanalyze their roles and how good the picture is... well, I guess that's what they're called to do, in fluffy, promotional-over-informational stuff like this) and crew, clips of the film(this doesn't spoil it, not particularly), and behind-the-scenes footage. With its 12 and a half minute running time, it's actually surprisingly boring. Well, you get to hear them talk about awkward moments in the flick(Freeman dancing for no reason), and not address how weird and out of place they are, instead trying to, in a straight face, explain them as if they make any kind of sense. They go into the fight sequence, and don't mention how shoehorned in it is. Little is even said that you don't get from just watching the feature itself, although I suppose we should appreciate it for saving us the time saved by choosing this, instead. But this doesn't necessarily tell you how bad it is, so... yeah. There is some bloody, brutal violence and disturbing content in this. I recommend this to completists. 6/10


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