Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|The Making of Westworld|
Genres: Action & Adventure, Westerns, Documentary
THE MAKING OF series is a behind-the-scenes look at some of Hollywood's most enduring classics. Hosted by actor/comedian Sean MacLaughlin, this series takes the viewer onto closed sets and into the world of studio moviemak... more »
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blakkenwhite2 | London England | 01/20/2004
(1 out of 5 stars)
"As a fan of the Westworld movie I eagerly bought this, only to find that it barely has anythind to do with it. There is a look at Yul Bryner's film career which was interesting but mostly irrelevant to the title. There are two sections (which use the same footage) covering robots and robots in movies. The actual part covering the movie was so short that it passed in the blink of an eye. I really felt like I had picked something up from a market stall that had been knocked together in someone's back bedroom. I wouldn't touch this with a bargepole!"
Terrible-do not buy!!
Joseph McKinney | St Lucie West, FL United States | 04/03/2008
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This has almost nothing to do with the making of Westworld. There are two sections (which use the same footage) covering robots and robots in movies and a list of Yul Brunner's films. The quality of the film is horrible and the color so washed out as to make it almost colorless."
Making of Westworld
Mark T. Von Seggern | Denver, CO USA | 02/09/2008
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I was expecting more of a how its made rather than odds and ends of this and that."
Well, there's nothing more that I could add that wasn't alre
Rykre | Carson City, Nevada | 06/22/2009
(2 out of 5 stars)
"The first half is about Yul Brunner films. The second half is about movies with robots. The only thing that does connect these two separate short documentaries are that of the actor Yul Brunner himself is involved with both through Westworld.
This is really nothing more interesting than something you'd probably see on PBS sometime around three in the morning. I can't believe that this is actually a DVD for sale to the public. I'd find only a collection of Palmolive or Charmin bathroom tissue commercials more interesting to own as a DVD than this bore of a documentary.
I love the movie "Westworld" and most all the films of Michael Crichton (except Jurassic Park, I don't know why I can't get into that film), but this documentary (and how it was titled) really made me feel deceived by my remotely candid expectation. I want my 48 wasted minutes back."