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Uh, are You ok?
My heart's still beating... but a... my arm's gone.
Not this time!
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Still Too Late
Written by Madeleine Peyroux, Ron Sunshine, Craig Dreyer and Dan Hovey
Performed by Ron Sunshine
Courtesy of Golden Bug Records
Published by Pennywell Publ. BMI, Golden Bug Publ. BMI, Mighty Toad Publ. ASCAP and Aquatone Publ. BMI See more »
I went to see the movie knowing it was a low budget movie and probably more of the same to boot, thinking it'd be bad goreish effects and ready to be bored. Actually committed to hate the movie.
But something happened. The movie's twisted sense of humor, as you can experience in the first minutes, gets you into watching the movie just to see what silly thing happens next, along with its jumpy moments, and typical bad guys and the so predictable deaths everyone knows (the proverbial closed door leading to a dark room that everyone seems to step into... or not:); but hey, it's still lightweight fun! Then the movie's final twist is revealed and all the silly things make sense, shifting the what you thought it was bland predictable stuff into something else you didn't really notice because you were having fun poking at the holes of the movie and its apparently predictable stuff.
The movie ends, people in the theater have stopped laughing and are silent in amazement, and my friend slowly says this weekend he's not going to the desert... just in case.
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