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xXx: A Filmmaker's Diary (2002)

A DVD extra about making of the movie xXx (2002).

Director:

Todd Matthew Grossman (as Todd Grossman)

Writers:

Rob Cohen, Todd Matthew Grossman (as Todd Grossman)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Rob Cohen ... Himself
Vin Diesel ... Himself
Neal H. Moritz ... Himself (as Neal Moritz)
Rich Wilkes ... Himself
Tony Hawk ... Himself
Asia Argento ... Herself
Arne Schmidt ... Himself
Michael Roof Michael Roof ... Himself
Gavin Bocquet Gavin Bocquet ... Himself
Dean Semler ... Himself
Harry O'Connor Harry O'Connor ... Himself (archive footage)
Samuel L. Jackson ... Himself (archive footage)
Chris Lebenzon Chris Lebenzon ... Himself
Randy Edelman ... Himself
Glen Ballard ... Himself
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A DVD extra about making of the movie xXx (2002).

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

31 December 2002 (USA) See more »

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Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Engrossed
30 July 2004 | by ezscoopsSee all my reviews

I sat alone without any interruptions and became engrossed in something I couldn't have second guessed the next scene if I tried. Now this! The technical details and the directors comments were very reassuring we are all very human. I was greatly moved by the courage of the crew to continue filming after the death of one of their major stunt men and friend of Rob Cohen. The the contrasts of how Rob Cohen explained the night between Vin and the pole dancer were spent.

The graphical imaging that took place combined with the music and graphical editing, taking place within 5 weeks is truly astonishing. Comments by the Lead Vin Diesel were honest and he was so real you felt like giving him a big thankyou hug.

The filming in Prague was breath taking as I have not traveled and the camera work of Australian Sean ...can't think. It was great. The special effects and the behind the scene action was as good as the film itself. I would recommend taking the time and checking out the flip side of XXX


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