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7-17-2009 @ 12:21PM
A great movie ruined by a rediculous song.
7-17-2009 @ 12:26PM
While the song may be goofy and not something you'd expect for an action flick like this, you can't deny that it matches it perfectly (how it's synchronized with the action).
7-17-2009 @ 12:32PM
We can deny it. The video was built around the music, so while the synchronisation was good, you can't credit the music for it. The music was still terrible.
7-17-2009 @ 12:37PM
Can't someone edit this stupid Japanese anime girl pop crap out like they did with Jar-Jar Binks in The Phantom Menace?
7-17-2009 @ 12:38PM
I get that people don't like Jpop - granted, I have an open mind, so I would have been open to just about anything - but notice one thing: the video is PERFECTLY timed to it. The song provides the pacing, the meter, and the speed of the action. This underscores how much of an achievement this machinima is compared with what came before. It's frickin' pro.
7-17-2009 @ 1:04PM
Here are some of the lyrics to that retarded song which goes "perfectly" with that movie:Wah Hit the floor “Bang Bang”It’s time to bang bang bang your headsaa Let’s play kakurenboYou gotta just shake shake shake your bodyBoy you sexy thing like a gorgeous ringLyrics by Mrs. Steven's third grade class.MEESA WANNA CATCH YOU! MEESA PLAY HIDE AND SEEK!
7-17-2009 @ 1:28PM
INTRODUCING WOW.COM'S NEWEST TROLL - CHILBLAIN!!!We get it. You don't like the song. You can go piss off now.
7-17-2009 @ 7:10PM
Personally I enjoy a bit of Jpop once in a while. Guess I got used to it living over there and working as a bouncer in Roppongi.The video is of course amazing and I'm happy that the author went with a bit of a controversial music track. I'm guessing the music track may have helped inspire a lot of argument and discussion which in turn helped spread the virus.Either case, Chilblain's comment were somewhat humorous, so why don't we just all chill out and let everyone express themselves in a mostly non-vulgar manner?
7-17-2009 @ 7:28PM
What are you talking about? The music is great! It's obvious that you don't appreciate different kind of music. I bet you want a metal music on it so people think you're tough because you listen to it.
7-17-2009 @ 8:31PM
Percula himself (herself?) said the song was chosen deliberately to not be the stereotypical metal, but to refer to how the rogue is 'playing' with the alliance, sneaking past them is so easy for her.
7-17-2009 @ 8:42PM
I do want metal music, like Linkin Park. They are more than meets the eye.My issue with the music is that the movie starts off using dramatic in-game music, setting up what appears to be this epic story. Then while the cinematics play out, you have to suffer through this bubblegum Hannah Montana-moto Disney song which totally distracts from the action on the screen.Try watching the lobby scene in 'The Matrix' with some Jonas Brothers in the background. Go back to the original post of this machinma and you'll see people hated the music then as much as then do now. It doesn't hold up. Whatever message the creator was trying to convey by choosing this song is lost. Silence is more compelling.
7-21-2009 @ 7:44PM
"but notice one thing: the video is PERFECTLY timed to it. "WOW SYNCING IN A MOVIEHOW GROUND BREAKINGthe wow movie community is so behind compared to other games, it's kinda sad. mostly it's because of blizzard being bad though.
7-18-2009 @ 3:39AM
"I do want metal music, like Linkin Park.""metal music, like Linkin Park""metal music, Linkin Park""METAL, LINKIN PARK"/Facedesk/Facedesk/Facedesk/Facedesk
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