Friday, August 11, 2006

The Last Kiss:
Soundtrack And Trailer

It looks like most of the gang behind the movie "Garden State" are back for another go round in "The Last Kiss," opening across the country September 15th. Enjoy the sneek peek, but just as importantly, enjoy the soundtrack and Rachel Bilson, my beloved "Summer" from Fox's "The O.C."

Summer, how could you cheat on Seth, and so soon after the death of Coop? What is wrong with you?!?

Sorry bout that, I'm back. The movie is about "a
group of 30 year-olds struggle to adapt to adulthood while their aging parents face middle age." It has quite the pedigree behind the scenes as well. Paul Haggis, who wrote the Academy Award winning "Crash," takes credit for this film, and it was directed by Hollywood's newest hypenate, Tony Goldwyn (who I've haven't heard from since he was dragged down to hell by evil spirits in "Ghost").

As with "Garden State," actor Zach Braff had a hand in the all important soundtrack. After enjoying the epic soundtrack to "Garden State" for the past couple of years, it's quite possible that I am looking more forard to hearing the new cd than actually seeing the movie. I'm just sayin' Either way, you can listen to it here, or just go buy it now. Hopefully, it "will change your life forever." Let's see what Zach has to say about it in this short documentary on the compilation:

Here is the track listing, and for your consideration, I have included "Chocolate" (the sort of "theme" to the movie) by Snow Patrol.

1. Chocolate - Snow Patrol
2. Star Mile - Joshua Radin
3. Pain Killer - Turin Brakes
4. Warning Sign - Coldplay
5. Ride - Cary Brothers
6. El Salvador - Athlete
7. Hide And Seek - Imogen Heap
8. Reason Why - Rachael Yamagata
9. Hold You In My Arms - Ray LaMontagne
10. Prophecy - Remy Zero
11. Paper Bag - Fiona Apple
12. Today's The Day - Aimee Mann
13. Arms of a Woman - Amos Lee
14. Cigarettes and Chocolate Milk - Rufus Wainwright
15. Paperweight - Joshua Radin/Schuyler Fisk

For your consideration:

Snow Patrol - Chocolate Mp3

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