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Comments about the soundtrack for Underworld (Paul Haslinger)

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soundtrack gives feeling to the film
• Posted by: kate summres   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, November 4, 2003, at 11:37 a.m.
• IP Address: 130.156.38.11

Underworld has been one of the best vimpire movies I have seen since "Queen of the Damn". It is nothing like The Martrix. The Martrix suck compare to any movie.Underworld it self is fire, love and pure action. It's the only moive that I went to see more then once and could not get enough.I love that the woman gets to be the hero instead of the guy.
They could not have pick a better cast to do this flim. Kate Beckinsale is the best at what she does.I can't wait to see most of all Shane Brolly.The movie was is great; the cast is better,and can not wait to see the next one.I can not wait to see what happens next,I'm a big fan all the way.
In addition, as to the soundtrack it gives feeling and adds to the detail of the film.They need more Underworld posters.
People need to give this film a chance,and as to those whom compare it to waste of money movies are close minded. This flim was deny great credit they well deserved.:)




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