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Down to Earth

end credits from Wall-E,
featuring the song Down to Earth by Peter Gabriel

[#] a fine, fine movie. so much to admire, so much to learn :)


manivannan said…
I liked this song, but the movie, though had amazing animation, didn't engage me much.I was not impressed by it.
Passing by said…

great song...I need to see the movie eh?

Ghost Particle said…
[manivannan] i agree with your view on the movie, the animation was good, the screenplay is excellent. the story is a bit stretched. a funny, lovestruck robot :) thx.

[ne] you must see it :) its hilarious, and well...i have to say...full of love love love. :P peter gabriel is rocking good. hugs.
Arv said…
I will see it sometime...

take care bro... cheers...
Nahuatl said…
Nice. So you finally saw the movie.. eh? :)

Peter Gabriel.. hmm.. I posted a song of his on my old old blog long time back. The song is "I grieve".

How r u doing?
Ghost Particle said…
[arv] u mst watch it bro :)
and dont work too hard...its the end of the year, time to be merry :D

[nayan] yes, finally! LOL. Yah bro, i saw the song last time. the dude is good.

im doing ok, i guess. its December...such a nice and yet weird month :D
brocasarea said…
really strange movie it was....quite diffn from other animation movies..more of senti
Ghost Particle said…
[brocasarea] true, im not sure if it gets to the same league as the lion king, but its a commendable effort. hell, it might even get an oscar nod for best picture. :D

i personally prefer japanese anime. my life and soul in them...

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when we sit admiring
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