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Add an orchestral accompaniment for a fuller sound and whammo me likey...
perhaps one of the working titles for Spectre was Risico.... I will listen to the song when I get home from work.
I would have preferred this or Radiohead's attempt. A crying shame all round, but it's done now. Hopefully we get something appropriate for B25, both on the song and on the score front. If Mendes is indeed finally in the rear view mirror then I'm hopeful we will be back on track.
Same with RH but less so. That song improves as it progresses.
WotW is still embarrassing and inappropriate... we've come a long ways from the masculine You Know My Name.
Of which in my opinion neither worked lol.
I never felt, until I looked at you.' 'Funny how it always goes with love, when you don't look, you find, but then we're two of a kind, we move as one'... etc.
I know it's paramount we must be seen to denigrate Smith at every turn, but he's hardly the first to dabble in schmaltz and at least it had context. Whether you believe in the romance is moot, the concept is clear. Tonally and contextually the above have nothing at all to do with the respective movies. If we're going to judge let's keep the criteria the same across the board.
Spot on video, just goes even further to show what a disappointment this movie was.
I got four minutes in. These things have been amusing in the past (I though that was the point?).
That guy narrating disqualifies himself within the first minute. If he doesn't get what the visuals of the PTS accomplish and he rather checks his iPhone then all hope is lost.
I stopped after four minutes, it's probably supposed to be funny, and the guy succeeds as Skyfall succeeds in being a comedy.
Now I agree that the song had context. And yes I must denigrate Smith and SP at every turn.
It's something of a must for me. :P
The other examples are just not the same. To my knowledge, nobody went out of their way to suggest a connection between lyrics and song in those cases. They were just songs, like countless other Bond songs that had no connection to the films in the 80's. I can't find any connection between All Time High and anything that happens in Octopussy.
The connection was explicitly made by the songster himself in the case of SP.
Agreed. Thankfully we're done with it now, and can look forward to B25, news of a studio and possibly a new actor. Great things on the horizon to be excited about.
I find these boring, no matter which movie is up. Some of the wrongs are just lame
...or bored with the chase(?) :D
I just figured early early morning but kinda odd.
I watched SP again this past Monday and I enjoyed it a lot this viewing. Same complaints but I DID enjoy watching it.
....and what's even odder is Bond gets stuck behind the only other commuter on the road.
Was he ever questioned about it?