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Take On Me
Performed by A-Ha (as a-Ha)
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By Arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing
Written by Magne Furuholmen (as M. Furuholmen), Morten Harket (as M. Warket) & Pål Waaktaar (as P. Waaktaar)
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Found myself watching this a month ago on cable, saw maybe 80 percent of it. Saw the entire film on a second viewing and found myself really liking it. Like one user said, it is sorta the Big Chill film for my age group. With all the crap out in the theaters now, It was nice to see a film with some good music and a bunch of people my age remembering the old times. All the songs brought back good memories for myself and I almost felt like i should be crashing there little reunion type get together. Kinda wish they had a prequel to this with the actual party the night before. I'm sure that would be a interesting thing to view. Curious why this wasn't released to the mainstream. I see it was shown at some Film festivals. Makes you wonder if the Big Chill was released today would they do the same thing. I guess its the times we live in.
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