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Crash Course (2003)

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Credited cast:
Hugh Bateup Hugh Bateup ... Himself
Daniel Bernhardt ... Himself
Damu Dailey Damu Dailey ... Himself
Tom Dryden Tom Dryden ... Himself
Debbie Evans ... Herself
Laurence Fishburne ... Himself
John Gaeta John Gaeta ... Himself
Robert 'Rock' Galotti Robert 'Rock' Galotti ... Himself (as Rock Galotti)
L. Dean Jones Jr. L. Dean Jones Jr. ... Himself
Randall Duk Kim ... Himself
Laurent Lavigne Laurent Lavigne ... Himself
Greg Luntzel Greg Luntzel ... Himself
Mark W. Mansbridge Mark W. Mansbridge ... Himself
James McTeigue ... Himself
Carrie-Anne Moss ... Herself
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 October 2003 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Freeway Chase See more »

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Alameda, California, USA See more »

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1.33 : 1
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This documentary is featured on the 2-Disc DVD for The Matrix Reloaded (2003). See more »

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References Bullitt (1968) See more »

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That's some serious driving
18 April 2009 | by TBJCSKCNRRQTreviewsSee all my reviews

This is a making-of type documentary, found on the second DVD of the 2-Disc release of The Matrix Reloaded, and it is entirely devoted to the section of the movie that took place on the freeway. It consists of behind the scenes footage, interviews, pre-vis and clips from the film. It's well-done, and the half hour it takes is well-spent. You get to find out how they did the several things, as well as get an idea of the experience that it was, for actors, stunt people, and various crew. The processes that went into making the scene work are detailed, and we get insights on the technology used, as well as the immense planning that was an absolute requirement. I won't give any of it away here. This is well-paced, and doesn't waste any time. The speakers all have things to say that add to this, and the entire thing is quite informative. The editing is sharp and spot-on. Devoting 30 minutes just to this one part might seem overkill to some, however, I would say that this is one case where such an action is justifiable, from the sheer epic scope of said section. I recommend this to anyone who wants to know more about the sequence in question. 7/10


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