This 72 and a half minute documentary on the "Man on Fire" remake can be found on the All Access Collecter's edition 2-disc DVD of the aforementioned movie. It features interviews with all the primary people involved telling of how the remake came to be, as well as the location, casting, research involved, background, and whatnot. The documentary also features behind the scene footage interspersed between the interviews. I found it to be pretty informative, and as such is worth at last one view for anyone who liked the movie, even if at times it can be a bit dry.
My Grade: B-
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