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Comments about the soundtrack for Underworld (Paul Haslinger)

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Re: disagree strongly with your Matrix comments
• Posted by: Brian   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, February 27, 2005, at 9:59 a.m.
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• In Response to: Re: disagree strongly with your Matrix comment... (Amuro)

They could not have pick a better cast to do this flim. Kate
> addition, as to the soundtrack it gives feeling and
People need to
> give this film a chance,and as to those whom compare it

> Did you say that the Matrix sucks???

> I strongly disagree...strongly. And as far as scores go, the first
> Matrix score (the only one I have) is extremely good! From what I have
> heard of "Underworld" it sucks...completely and utterly, it
> sounds more like a bunch of hacksaws than an orchestra...if there even is
> an orchestra...biggest waist of 5 minutes...ever!! I regret ever
> listening to my friends album, "Its good!" he says, well after 5
> minutes I was screaming for my Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan score,
> simply because I love it. But Matrix is much better than Underworld!

> Just my opinion though,
Matrix FOREVER!!

Dont get me wrong i love all 4 of the matrix movies and queen of the damned...

BUT (BADWORD) THEM MOVIES... Underworld is top notch
best vampire movie i seen yet...
and as for the soundtrx... i hated just about all the bands on it but loved all the music thay played... Odd, YES it is odd... but with the combination of great Music, good cinemorgue, and amazing movie production skills.

i really dont know how anyone could not like this movie

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