Don't worry man I'm just yankin your chain
Grindin your gears
Pepperin your chives
Album Rating: 3.0
I intend to give it another spin but first impression is boring and forgettable but quality.
EDIT: "The Master" was his first dud. Not worth seeing besides Phoenix's morbid performance
i disagree. have you given it more than one viewing?
Nice soundtrack, but I think full appreciation would come after seeing the movie. Which is something I really need to do.
Nice review as ever, Pavel.
River Pheonix is the probably the coolest name ever. Xaquin or however you spell this dudes name isn't bad either
"EDIT: "The Master" was his first dud. Not worth seeing besides Phoenix's morbid performance"
"i disagree. have you given it more than one viewing?"
I only saw it once and I thought it was fantastic.
someone get this man a cookie
Either way. Besides this fine film, so far this year's going to turn out some exciting titles:
Transcendence (return to the 90's "cyberthriller" genre), the Mad Max reboot (crossing my joints
hoping it's not going to be a total piece of shit), Dumb & Dumber 2 (I know, but c'mon), The Secret
Service etc etc
foxxxy on a scale of new National record to Millencolin how good is this?
mellencolin cuz i havent heard it xD LOL
The Master is awesome.
Album Rating: 4.5
i loved the master too, seen it 3 times haha. the scenes with only phoenix and hoffman are amazing.
i actually have magnolia on dvd but not seen it yet because idk. going to watch it now.
Dude, prepare for life changing.
i am not reading all the comments to see if this has been said, but i think, while your review is very good and i agree with it, it should be noted that Arcade Fire are not the ones truly responsible for this score. it was composed solely by William Butler (Win's brother) and Owen Pallett (who is only a sort-of-member) and then performed by Arcade Fire. I just think they deserve credit for their composition skills. :-)
Album Rating: 2.0
Album Rating: 5.0
Thanks jeremology. It's interesting- in the credits of the film it lists arcade fire. The Grammys listed Will and Owen. Are there any sources that say which is the definitive answer?
yea that's actually a cool fact jerem maybe i'll jam this after all
Is this as good as Purple Rain?
dimensions is so good