World Trade Center Soundtrack

Formatted my pc yesterday. When i was arranging my files and folders, found back this music which i did not listen for quite long time. Yeah, it’s the music or should say soundtrack of the movie World Trade Center. I bet all of you already don’t remember how the music sounds like right?? Read more to listen loh~

Those who watched this movie, could please explain to me one thing which i don’t understand? Really can’t get this scene off my mind. There’s one scene where Nicholas Cage’s partner fantasize about Jesus under the building, what’s the point of this actually?


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pinksterz said during October 1st, 2007 at 5:32 pm

err… FIRST!
hahahaha ok ok i want to comment but i havent watch this movie so cannot comment cause i don’t know the scene and i don’t want to give you a meaningless comment so end up i am not going to comment.

hahaha in a simpler way, i just want to spam! =D

Gallivanter said during October 1st, 2007 at 6:01 pm

It’s one of the most crappiest and dullest movies of all time. It was REALLY BORING. Better off watching Opah on TV1.

Nastasshea@Nesh said during October 1st, 2007 at 10:40 pm

Oh dear i haven’t even watch this movie yet! Arg I’m so backdated in dinosaur world!

seraphangel said during October 1st, 2007 at 11:58 pm

talk about boring and possibly low budget movie, most of the time you’re just looking at those two guys trapped under the rubble trying not to fall asleep.

I think Jesus came and tell him to go back, you’re not welcome in Heaven 😀 well at least not now

boon said during October 2nd, 2007 at 9:34 am

@pinksterz: wow, at least this are meaningful spam. lolz!

@Gallivanter: in fact, i almost felt asleep in the cinema while watching this…anyway, i still like the music.

@Nesh: errm..better watch something else 😛

@seraphangel: low budget or not i m not sure man for sure is superb boring, but i like the music.

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