The Arrested Development Documentary Project

The Arrested Development Documentary Project
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James

I've been a fan of AD since I caught it on DVD in 2007, and I've got to say it's pretty cool that these filmmakers were able to pull together a project like this before the show had its recent renaissance. Unfortunately, they really got scooped on all the reboot stuff, to the point where ...Read more

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Jorge

It's a fast-paced documentary that reveals the birth and death of Arrested Development with commentary from writers, producers, cast, and fans. It's editing is as quirky as the show itself.

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j

Excellent doc about one of my favourite shows!

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