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Re: I love this films ending, the whole style and every Camera Angle.
• Posted by: Adam Lewis   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, November 7, 2004, at 3:00 a.m.
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• In Response to: I love this films ending, the whole style and ... (zeronem)

I agree! The ending from when David falls off the building is just beautiful!!! the best!!! Love it!! I think the music that is played is from track 8. THe wordless choir section. My favourite piece of music of all time is track 11 - especially the moment we see The Blue Fairy. As much as I love the Lord of the Rings - I think this should have won best score.


> 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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