Maybe it's me, but I like to watch featurettes to be informed. A lot of family movies have these extras that seemed aimed at the kids and not the film buffs. What I'm talking about are the featurettes that act as if the material was real. Example, "The Santa Clause 2" featurette where the director acted as if Tim Allen was really Santa. He kept saying stuff like "It was nice of Santa to let us film up at the North Pole. He was a great guy" - You know those kind of extras? They're cute at first, but they get so old after a while. Especially when the entire commentary track is done that way. Do kids really listen to commentary tracks? I also just ran into this with the Casper featurette where they talked about Casper as if he were really on stage and how wonderful it was to work with him Do any of you film buffs find these kinds of things annoying or cute?