Overall Elstree 1976, didn’t deliver and part of me takes responsibility for that as I expected more.
This is a different documentary, I’m not really sure what the purpose is. Showing backstage filming from a movie that’s 18 years old is odd in it’s self cause the only reason to show it is to show how far Jim Carrey took the role.
“Atari: Game Over” is an interesting documentary examining the rise and fall of one of the most famous computer companies, but there is also another story running parallel throughout the duration of the video game “E.T. The Extra Terrestrial” being buried deep in a landfill since September 1983.
In 1976, the silicon cowboys story was only just about to begin for Rod Canion, Bill Murto, and Jim Harris.
Back in Time really pulls all the stops as arguably the definitive documentary of the time travel series with just about everyone involved.
The story begins with how creators Peter Laird and Kevin Eastman met and how they bounced ideas of each other and how the story of the creation of the Turtles came about. The documentary has contributions outwith Laird and Eastman which is important to hear from guys like author Richard Rosenbaum and Comic Book Store (Silver Snail)