Drive is a film about lethal combinations. A documentary project conceived by community organization Big hART, it goes behind the official advertising campaigns to produce a highly personal... See full summary »
This documentary divided into five segments examines the source and its path to the movies, backstory, special effects story/character areas, cast and performances. It includes notes from ... See full summary »
Before Neo and Morpheus became a household name and an annual Halloween costume, this Mtv original movie special was the first of it's kind paving the way for hundreds of half assed ... See full summary »
This is a special feature on the 2-Disc DVD of Fight Club. Coming in at slightly under five and a half minutes, it can hardly be claimed that this overstays its welcome. It's quite concise, and the pacing certainly isn't bad, because it holds a fair bit of stuff, without ever overwhelming or boring the viewer. It's edited fine. It's sort of a fly-on-the-wall perspective, and there really are no interviews or the like, and the only times the camera documenting what's going on is acknowledged is when a crew-person/actor does something specifically for it, does something or other towards it, or notices it and throws the reflexive smile that people tend to when they realize they're being recorded and they, at the time, possess enough energy and care to do so. It's put together of a few clips from the film itself and footage from, you guessed it(well, I sure hope you did), the locations... as opposed to studios or workshops(right?). If you haven't watched any other behind-the-scenes productions, you may not be able to figure out what's going on for much of it, and even if you have, it could be clearer. For what this is, it's decent. I recommend this to fans of the movie itself. 6/10
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