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Rev It Up
Written by Andre Whiteman and Ross Whiteman
Performed by 'Jab Jab'
Published by Astonishing Music (BMI) / Fanciful Music Publishing (SOCAN)
Courtesy of Crucial Music Corporation See more »
It takes some time to get going, granted, but when it does it's good,
real good. Greg Kinnear is fantastic as is Billy Crudup and Alan Arkin.
It pulls you into it's eerie intensity and takes you on a bit of a
ride, sometimes comical. This is listed as a comedy??? Somewhat, but
more a crime drama with some comedy. I actually felt real uncomfortable
with the tension created in this film and how it develops is really
cool. btw -I know it was edited from the original version of "The
Convincer" and people who seem close to, or fans of, the Sprecher's,
knock it pretty bad. Understandably, I guess in a way , but for most of
us seeing it in the newer edit, like I said it's a good movie. Jus'
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