Synchronicity (Post-release)

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  1. Vivek

    Vivek Master Member Community Staff RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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  2. Father

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    Re: Synchronicity

    The trailer doesn't reveal much but I really like the music. Any idea who did it? Sounds like M83.
    Agreed it has a definite 80's sci-fi, Blade Runner feel to it.
     
  3. Wes R

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    Could be interesting, plus it has Michael Ironside in it so it can't be all bad.
     
  4. Vivek

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    Yeah I liked the music too, it's by Ben Lovett.

    http://benlovett.com/
    You can hear quite a number of tracks from the movie on his website. Scroll down the composer reel tracklist. Couple of the tracks which was featured in the trailer has the Vangelis influence in some parts and M83 in others, but the rest are more unique on their own. The Time Travel track is pretty sweet. I am tempted to listen to all of them again and again, but want to experience them properly through the movie first.

    Ironside is always attaching himself to off-beat movies, after Turbo Kid this is another movie I am looking forward to.
     
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    Good Police album! :thumbsup
     
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    That's a must see.
     
  8. Father

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    Just finished watching it... not bad. I liked the Bladerunner noir feel and the music to match it.

    The parallel universe thing kind was kind of the deus ex machina of the time travel loop/paradox and it became VERY evident by the ending. I didn't really understand who the third [dead] Jim was... I'm assuming there wasn't just 2 Jim's but many but I can't wrap my head around how. It wasn't the greatest time travel movie but not the worst either. Like Primer, there were some confusing elements. I didn't think much of the main actor until about half-way into it.
     

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