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    Just something silly I thought of:


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    I tried this game with a wedding video. The funny thing is, once you edit it to the music, it doesn't really look that odd

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    Just remembered, for example the bit in 'Face Off' where the kid is surrounded by gunfire and death, but someone puts a pair of headphones playing something like 'somewhere over the rainbow' over his head... and we heard this as the soundtrack. Strange. So you end up with a gunfight to the soundtrack of 'The Wizard of Oz'. Now that's screwed up, but noone's ever said it's wrong.

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    And another Nic Cage film, Aircon, where you get lounge music as someone falls out of a plane. Is this the film equivalent of a juxtaposition (sp?)?

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    Just something silly I thought of
    Now that was funny. You've probably just gicen Marc an idea for the next comp!

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    The cacky thing is, i found out that rathergood.com did somethign similar, except with a different kinda music. Which was a pain in the botty, because I was originally looking for ballroom dancing music.

    Ahh well. I'm actually surprised at how well it seems to fit

    Just the sort of music you need on a sunday morn

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