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We’re just a few weeks away from the release of Wonder Woman, the fourth instalment of the DC Extended Universe, and today we have the official tracklisting for Rupert Gregson-Williams’ original motion picture score, which offers up plenty of details about what we can expect from the plot of the Amazon Princes’ solo movie.
1. Amazons Of Themyscira
2. History Lesson
3. Angel On The Wing
4. Ludendorff, Enough!
5. Pain, Loss & Love
6. No Man’s Land
8. Wonder Woman’s Wrath
9. The God Of War
10. We Are All To Blame
12. Lightning Strikes
13. Trafalgar Celebration
14. Action Reaction
15. To Be Human – Sia (feat. Labrinth)
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Based on what we’ve seen from the trailers and other promotional material, the above titles give us a pretty clear idea of »
- Gary Collinson
There’s less than a month to go now until the release of Wonder Woman, but Warner Bros. has already revealed soundtrack details for the highly anticipated movie. As if so often the case, there are some possible spoilers sprinkled throughout here, but for the most part, the listing offers just a vague outline of how things will play out.
As expected, the action will quickly move from Themyscira to the battlefields of World War I and the mention of Ares around the halfway mark of the soundtrack points to him showing up sooner than the final act. Beyond that, these titles don’t make it too easy to figure out what’s to come, but it’s hard not to wonder if “Trafalgar Celebration” is an indication that Wonder Woman will be getting a happy ending rather than just having the hero go into hiding once the war ends. »
- Josh Wilding
The zeitgeist of one of the 80s more insane buddy cop flicks.
Buddy cop movies are plentiful to be sure, in fact, when The Hidden was released in 1987, it wasn’t even the biggest buddy cop flick of the year. Ironically, The Hidden costar Michael Nouri turned down the role of Detective Martin Riggs in Lethal Weapon to star in this sci-fi actioner about an alien inhabiting the bodies of various law-abiding citizens and using their bodies as vessels to engage in brazen crime sprees.
If that synopsis doesn’t grab you, then you really should start evaluating your cinematic perspectives. To those of you who hear that logline and immediately begin prepping your The Hidden/I Come in Peace double feature, bravo. You’ll probably glean a lot from this week’s episode of the Junkfood Cinema podcast.
A common trope of sci-fi movies in which we, at least for a time, follow »
- Brian Salisbury
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