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Men in Suits (2012)

Not Rated | | Documentary | Video 28 October 2012
Godzilla, Predator, Robby the Robot, the Gill Man - these are some of the most iconic characters in cinema, but many people still don't know about the incredible actors who bring these creatures to life.

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Godzilla, Predator, Robby the Robot, the Gill Man - these are some of the most iconic characters in cinema, but many people still don't know about the incredible actors who bring these creatures to life.

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Shines a long overdue light on an art that is getting lost in this age of computer graphics.

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By mistake Brian Rae is credited as Brian Raw. See more »

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Special Thanks for the Kickstarter backers of this documentary are listed and credited as "Gorilla Thanks", "Robot Thanks", "Gillman Thanks", "Robot Monster Thanks" and "Kaiju Thanks". See more »

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References Darkest Africa (1936) See more »

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An excellent and insightful doc!
22 February 2013 | by See all my reviews

Men In Suits is a cinema feast. A master crafted documentary exploring a very under appreciated group of actors.These are the men and women who breathe life into some of our favorite movie characters. Well produced by the talented gents @ WYRD, it is a must see for any suit movie fan. Also for anyone who appreciates what these folks contribute to the acting world! The interviews are fun and insightful. Watching Douglas Tait get fitted for his suit throughout the film was interesting. You won't be able to find the same group assembled in any other film it out there. It certainly helps one understand the incredible physical requirements one must meet to dawn the suits! A fun watch for anyone!


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