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not a bad film but definitely a better score
Awful film, amazing soundtrack. Was the album of my youth!
I'm sure I remember a bit with Spiritualized in the film but not listed here?
nah just kidding, they're both amazing
Composed by Isaac Brock and James Mercer. What a team.
any growin-up-in-tha-hood movie
David Holmes if better than George clooney.
It's a fairly terrible film but the edited soundtrack is very good. Well apart from the attempt at a pop song at the end which is awfulsome.
GOOD WORK, AIR
The slowed down voices on the last track properly confused when I finally got round to watching the film..
But I really like the film too.
I just had the OST for a long time before seeing the movie..
probably my favouite thing Air have done
LOADS of blaxploitation films
I thought the lyrics in those songs weren't very good. Maybe they were supposed to be bad school style lyrics though idk
Evoked the feeling of weariness in Japan before I'd even seen the film.
But it's not better
Hmmm, I wouldn't rewatch the film, but I would get plenty of play out of the soundtrack. I appreciate the film is VERY well regarded though so I guess from a critic's point of view, you're right.
very well, just blends into a monotonous hum in the background.
Michael Andrews score for Me, you and everyone we know, which is far better than the film.
...so he gets my vote.
It's great music, just terribly used.
It has little to do with what's going on screen, it's just like the music you hear in cafes in soaps.
yeah he's a bit rubbish really. apart from mysterious skin that was good but i dont remember any shoegaze
oh apparently it's in there. i guess i don't mind a couple of moments in the living end and totally fucked up and i get that it meant a lot for people at the time but it all feels pretty dated in comparison even w/ gus van sant & todd haynes and definitely people like sebastien lifshitz & francois ozon.
Typically amazing Tarantino soundtrack, but average movie.
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
It's not vintage Mogwai but that film is so dull.
Daft Punk's score pretty much made the film whereas the film was merely ok.
the film is great as well
Oceans, Out of sight and Zidane. Acid House also has a great soundtrack. The film? Not so hot.
Dancer in the dark? Sunshine? Requiem for a dream / Pi?
I liked the film, a lot of folk I know hate it but love the soundtrack.
and are you being served.
With the John Carpenter soundtrack/score.
Film wasn't terrible, but the music was amazing.
Great soundtrack, hateful film.
this is a really good question but i can't think of anything atm
Mediocre late 60s early 70s groupie film. Soundtrack by Comus.
Mister Lonely (it wasn't a terrible film, it just came across as strangely impenetrable whilst the score by J.Spaceman and the Sun City Girls was absolutely amazing)