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    Everything is awesome.... freefallrob's Avatar
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    Into the Wild

    Never seen it before now, just brilliant, and some superb music on there to.


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    Fantastic isn't it. Great Film.

    Eddie Vedder soundtrack. Vinyl is available but be prepared to dig deep.

    CD is also available at very sensible money and is a nice pressing.

    Vedder playing 2 gigs in UK in July where he'll probably play some tunes from the OST.
    Would you come to me, if I was half drowning
    An arm above the last wave...

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    Saw this on tellie/maybe from a daughter's DVD a year-ish ago. Everyone with whom I discuss this loves it, but I was liking it till he ....

    I like a happy ending to make up for real life.

    Like the one we saw a coupla months ago where chap eventually hacked off his arm/made millions out of it.
    'Sometimes via the senses, mostly in the mind' (or pocket)...

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    Watched this while deployed in Afghanistan, made me sad so I put another film on....The Bucket List
    Nothing in fine print is ever good news

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    I read the book as well...
    Problem with it for me was that he came across as a self-obsessed fool.

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    I bought the soundtrack...but have not seen the film! Soundtrack marvelous

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    Great film - one of my favorites of recent times. Didn't expect that much from Sean Penn's first directorial effort and was very pleasantly surprised - not typical Hollywood fodder (specially the end).

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