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Iain Ballamy — If I Apologised
Album: Mirrormask [soundtrack]
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Absolutely fantastic ending. Great artistic touch!
This isn't too bad, but I don't like the way her voice is recorded. I'm speaking of the crackling of the C's, the dragging of the S's, and the popping of the P's; like they didn't put one of those filters over the microphone.
I just checked IMDB.com and the link to Amazon indicates that the movie will be released on DVD on this Tuesday February 14.
I saw it in early fall at the Charles theater in Baltimore. It was spectacular. Like a Gaiman comic/children's story come to life as his illustration partner was also his partner on the film. Beautifully done. sweet and appropriate for ages 7+ without being annoyingly sappy or cheesily funny. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT!
Mari wrote:
...Anyone seen the Movie?...
I wish! It opened in Helena, four hours away from me, while I was out of town; a few weeks later, it opened in my wife's hometown, but left just before we were there to visit her family... We're big Neil Gaiman fans and really want to see it! It's out on DVD on Valentine's Day.
reedifus wrote:
Kinda nifty. Like the love child of Vangelis, Sade and Pat Metheny. I know that's one too many. Maybe Vangelis is the godfather.
Alan Parsons can be the godmother...
reedifus wrote:
Kinda nifty. Like the love child of Vangelis, Sade and Pat Metheny. I know that's one too many.
I look forward to seeing the three of them on an upcoming Maury Povich getting a paternity test.
reedifus wrote:
Kinda nifty. Like the love child of Vangelis, Sade and Pat Metheny. I know that's one too many. Maybe Vangelis is the godfather.
Nice summarization. I agree!
Kinda nifty. Like the love child of Vangelis, Sade and Pat Metheny. I know that's one too many. Maybe Vangelis is the godfather.
Spooky :eek:
Performed by vocalist Josephine Cronholm. For those of you who are wondering...
That was sure a pleasant little lilt.