i appreciate it more when i see how it was made

@roniroxas (10574)
Philippines
February 17, 2008 11:52pm CST
i not only watch the movie on dvd but also watch the making. to see how it was made and to hear how much fun they have while making a certain movie. you can also see how hard working they all are just to put a good quality movie. so when i like a movie i like it more when i finish watching even the making. so do you watch even the making of the movie or just the movie itself?
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@squaretile (3833)
• Singapore
18 Feb 08
Yes that is true. I am always amazed at the effort that goes into making a movie. It's just incredible that something that is only 2 hours in the cinema actually took years to produce. Especially for animation. It's so detailed and there are so many million drawings that they take years and years just to do one draft. and these days even with computer graphics it still takes ages to complete a cartoon. But I love the pixar ones, and hope they haven't literally sold out when Disney bought them over.
@roniroxas (10574)
• Philippines
20 Feb 08
this is the part where you are so amazed on movies, that is when you see the how it is made then you feel double amazed. yes specially the animated ones, you can see a simple drawing ame to life. thanks for the response
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@noriko (1254)
19 Feb 08
yes that is true. you can see how they all put it all together and see how great they are. all the hard works and everything is there.
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@roniroxas (10574)
• Philippines
20 Feb 08
all the tensions and sacrifices are there too. thanks for the response
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• United States
18 Feb 08
i must admit to almost never watching the "making of" extras on dvds. i just dont find them entertaining enough i guess. i probably would find them a bit more interesting if the actors spoke about the movie more often...i just seem to catch the ones with just the director or the writer, and that just doesnt do it for me lol! i do love watching the gag reels or bloopers on the few movies who seem to have those anymore. that and the previews of upcoming films.
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@roniroxas (10574)
• Philippines
20 Feb 08
the makings are really the directors part and the other staffs lime light. the actors took part on the movie itself. but i agree with you that it is nice to watch the making s of a funny movie you will have double laughs watching it. thanks for the response
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@secretbear (19463)
• Philippines
20 Feb 08
hi roni! ^__^ i watch the making of a movie if i catch it on tv. but i don't really wait for it. lucky if i'm flipping channels and stumble upon a making of a movie that i have watched. indeed it makes me more amazed with the movie. especially if its a movie with a lot of special effects and action stunts. but when there's a making at the end of a film in a dvd, i also watch it. like those of Jackie Chan movies. its fun to see how Jackie Chan do all his stunts and you'll just gape at disbelief that he actually did it even with the danger and you'll be amazed on how many injuries he suffered.
@roniroxas (10574)
• Philippines
20 Feb 08
true! i love jacky chan and all his movies. i never miss to watch all the making too of his movies coz you can see how and what craziness he does just to finish a film. two thumbs up to jacky chan. thanks for the response
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@secretbear (19463)
• Philippines
21 Feb 08
his stunts are really crazy! it makes you wonder how in the world does this guy stays alive?? ^__^;;
• Canada
19 Feb 08
Oh yes...I agree with your views completely. It is really fascinating to see the time, money and energy that goes into each movie production. When movies include the director's cuts at the end of it it makes the movie even more enjoyable. So you have my vote on the high enjoyment factor of seeing how good films are created. Wish they did more of that. Raia
@roniroxas (10574)
• Philippines
20 Feb 08
i was watching transformers the other day and watched the making also. thats why i opened this discussion. it was really unbelievable to see films that looks so easily made on the screen but all hard works and brain storming while doing it. thanks for the response
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