Director: Sarah Kelly
I love love love in depth behind the scenes documentaries on movie production. With todays faster theatre-to-home video turn around though the special features discs suffer. I was looking forward to watching this, and while it is better than a lot of fluffy behind the scenes documentaries, it mostly follows grips and PAs and the story of the unions fighting the non-union production. I guess interesting in that regard but they don’t really talk much about the genesis of the film, much of the shoot, the special effects, the reception or anything really in depth. It seems like the crew didn’t have a ton of access to the creators and stars so they did what they could. Not really what I was looking for.