I gather most of you have seen the Kill Bill trailers. My question is, what's the name of the song that's played in the background? Y'know, the funky beat with the horns (most notably heard when Uma Thurman is seen fighting with the asian schoolgirl and Vivica Fox).
Originally posted by Tod deKindesI gather most of you have seen the Kill Bill trailers. My question is, what's the name of the song that's played in the background? Y'know, the funky beat with the horns (most notably heard when Uma Thurman is seen fighting with the asian schoolgirl and Vivica Fox).
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Originally posted by oldschoolheroIt is indeed. And I prefer to obtain my merchandise through legal means. No offence, but when you work in an industry affected by piracy you tend to care a lot more about it.
Of course, I didn't tell anyone to download it. You can go to your friendly neighborhood file swapping program merely for information purposes only, to try and find the titles of things. I've done that a few times, after I couldn't figure out the name of a song.
I'm pretty sure he's telling Odessa that he's full of shit.
In a nice way, of course.
Even I can be smart sometimes!
Originally posted by JaguarThere's no need for any of us to get into pathetic flame wars, and if anybody really feels differently, they should ask themselves what makes this board so good? (And no, as much as I love 'em, it's not the damn colors) So just chill out, think for a while before you type anything, and try not to hold back-and-forth conversations on the board. That'll keep all the boardmembers happy, that'll keep CRZ happy, and if you applaud the colors every once in a while, I sure Guruzim will be happy too.
I saw Lost in Translation last weekend, and it is truly a great movie. But we should throw out a disclaimer of sorts. This movie is SLOW. It's filled with shots of Bill Murray and Scarlett Johanneson looking at things.