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Beyond Batman: Maximum Overdrive - The Vehicles of Batman and Robin (2005)

Batman: The Motion Picture Anthology 1989-1997 - Beyond Batman: Maximum Overdrive - The Vehicles of Batman and Robin (original title)
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Does what it's supposed to
4 February 2008 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

This is an eight-minute special about the vehicles of Batman & Robin, featured on the 2-Disc Special Edition DVD release of said film. It could have moved faster, but it's fine, I suppose, paced alright. Editing is about the same. The only one of the stars of the film featured(as in, interviewed, talking to the camera, and not just seen) is Chris O'Donnell, who plays Robin. Apart from that, everyone in this are crew, the people working on the film, behind the camera. They detail the processes of creating them, and what decisions were made and such. If you want to find out how various effects on the vehicles were achieved, or find out what they were going for with the design, or just see clips of the vehicles, in use or not, you've got a decent enough chance of that if you watch this. They cover all of the vehicles, as far as I can tell, featured in the film(I won't give away what those are, here, in case someone hasn't seen the film and, against better judgment, and the well-meaning advice of every single person around him who knows the film and wants anything good for the individual, is going to watch the film... you're not meant to know until you see them in the movie, I'm assuming). It's fine, if you're interested. I recommend this to anyone who fits in aforementioned group. 5/10


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