Hydrogen: Jesus Christ, this makes the Severed Arm musical score sound like a soothing classical overture.
Trillaphon: Hey now, this has classical themes too. I'm pretty sure I heard Bach's celebrated "Sonata for Harpsichord and Grandfather Clock" in there somewhere.
Hydrogen: Ladies and gentlemen, please enjoy the sounds of the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra as they remove the strings from their violins one by one and then floss with them.
Trillaphon: Sadly, in our quest for musical perfection we gave away the thrilling twist ending, in which our hero follows a lady into a meat locker, murders her, the door locks behind him, and then he commits suicide.
Hydrogen: I'm a little surprised that the criminal mastermind who outwitted the entire NYPD and had the determination to kill 18 people in cold blood would run into a locked door and immediately kill himself.
Trillaphon: It really makes you think. About suicide as an option, I mean.
Hydrogen: "Life bringing you down? Mundane obstacles cramping your style? Why not kill yourself?"
Hydrogen: Now that I think about it, this entire movie makes you think about suicide as an optino, and then they really hammer the point home at the end.
Trillaphon: Sometimes with literal hammers, other times with spoons, or monsters belching, and women shrieking vacantly into coffee cans.
|Music / Sound||-10|
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