I have yet to see "Samurai Champloo", but somehow hip-hop beats & quasi-samurai marriage doesn't appeal to me.
As for the song - a good backtrack for a hip-hop monologue, fixed beat, some nice sounds here and there (like the sax that comes in in a different key), but overall nothing special.
Just Forget by Tsutchie - 7/10
So, yesterday I've forced myself to actually check out this "Twilight" movie, that many of you like so much.
All I can say it could be a good flick for a drinking game - when you see anything gay, anyone trying to act cool and dark, romantic as fuk, swing a one! I have a strong % tolerance, but not as strong to survive till the end of this movie.
I spare my coments 'bout the plot, actors and such.
Anyway, one thing made me mad - I've thought I've heard a classical song that I've once known. So I stopped the projection, sat down and dug into my memories. And here it was! Claude Debussy - Clair de Lune!
If Debussy would see what his compositions are used for, he'd roll on his back in his grave.
So, a little classic here from the same author, as an excuse for my rant :
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v0CLYpYKHNY - Claude Debussy - Reverie, IMO the most famous song of this brilliant expresionist.