Some movies have pretty boring soundtracks. The Coen Brothers do not make such soundtracks. Another Coen Brothers classic.
We are young We are strong We're not looking for where we belong. We're not cool We are free And we're running with blood on our knees We could rule the world On a silver platter From the wrong to the right light To an open stream With a crash and burn We could make it better Turn it upside down Just you and me We are the dream No other way To be We are young We are strong We're not looking for where we belong We're not cool We are free And we're running with blood on our knees I could change the world I could make it better Kick it up and down Take a chance on me When you fake a smile And you think you're better Gonna put it down Rip it at your feet No bridge to burn Nowhere to turn For me We are young We are strong We're not looking for where we belong We're not cool We are free And we're running with blood on our knees We are young We are strong We're not looking for where we belong We're not cool We are free And we're running with blood on our knees What do they know about us? Are they thinking of somebody else?
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There's a lot to love about Kumobius' new game — we talked to Gotye touring musician Tim Shiel about how he created Duet's amazing soundtrack. Every so often, you hear a video-game soundtrack that is so well crafted that you want to keep playing just so you can listen longer. Duet, an arcade puzzle game by Melbourne-based studio Kumobius, luckily has a lot more to recommend it than just its music, but the marriage between action and sound in the game is utterly masterful.
And, according to creator Mark Millarif things go to plan, that's not the only childhood music they'll punk up. We're hoping to get other children's soundtrack stuff. Doom Doom Doom"?
There's been some great coverage for Kick-Ass on this site recently, from numerous news articles, Mark's reviewJames' reviewMark again with a review of the graphic novelJames Clayton's excellent column and various other pieces. I think it's fair to say that this is a film that the majority of people here love and I'd be very surprised if this doesn't place high in the end of year best movie poll. I absolutely loved Kick-Ass.
Don't get me wrong, I loved Kick-Ass. From beginning to end the film is a joy, a pleasant surprise to someone like me who had been massively unimpressed with Matthew Vaughn's previous movies, Layer Cake and Stardust. Both those films seemed to be the work of a director who had surrounded himself with a highly talented cast and crew while displaying no directorial presence himself: as a director he made a great producer.
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Kick Ass: Music from the Motion Picture is the soundtrack to the film of the same name. The video for the single shows Mika as a helpless individual left in an alleyway after being mugged. He begins to sing and as he does, the words of empowerment in the lyrics and his finding of an issue of the Kick-Ass comic inspire him to run for the rooftops and wail the chorus to the sky.