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Comments about the soundtrack for A.I. (John Williams)

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I love this films ending, the whole style and every Camera Angle.
• Posted by: zeronem   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, April 27, 2004, at 7:16 p.m.
• IP Address: ip68-109-221-173.lu.dl.cox.net

I think this film's ending is magnificent. From the beginning when the Superbly evolved Mechas are introduced as they are telekinetically moving to the destination of Dave(I believe that's the name of the A.I. robot I forgot). Anyways, I once thought the Superbly Evolved Mechas were Superbly Evolved Aliens. I believe that we are headed in such a direction to an advancement and evolution beyond the Homo Sapien. Notice As I said Telekinetically moving, I for one believe they had such power. It's just a movie, but I give credit to Kubrick and Spielberg who make Sci-Fi films that are based on Real Science in the Real Universe. Most Sci-Fi films ive seen are not really Sci-Fi there fantasy.

Anyways I just have one question, what is that background music that is playing as the Mechas are advancing through the planet to reach Dave at the ending?




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