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Thanks for Sharing Audiolibro, CD

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CD de audio , Audiolibro, CD, 17 sep 2013
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Pleasant soundtrack to surprisingly strong movie 21 de septiembre de 2013
Por Paul Allaer - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio
This weekend I saw "Thanks For Sharing" in the theatre (more on that later), and afterwards I decided to check out the soundtrack album. (Please note there are actually two separate soundtracks: this one, and the one featuring the score by Christopher Lennertz.)

"Thanks For Sharing - Original Soundtrack Album" (12 tracks; 44 min.) opens with a 1 min. instrumental from Craig Wedren, and then dives straight into The Heavy's "How Do You Like Me Now?", which is possibly one of the most overused songs in movies, but I still love it anyway. Elvis Costello's "Let Me Tell You About Her" is outstanding, just Elvis and a piano, and it comes at a pivotal moment in the movie. Darden Smith's "Perfect Moment" is another reflective tune. The album gets better the deeper we get into it: starting with St. Vincent's "Year of the Tiger", it's just one superb song after another, including The Antlers' "Parenthesis", Billy Bragg's "Tender Comrade", and closing with Family of the Year's "Hero", which comes on as the closing credits start rolling. There is a 'bonus' track, namely a 6 min. "Thanks for Sharing Suite", a beautiful piano piece which is taken from the score album by Christopher Lennertz. In all, this is a very nice album, with a mostly top notch collection of music. Perhaps the only surprise as to what is NOT on here (or in the movie) is a song from P!nk, who plays a major role in the movie.

As to the movie then, "Thanks For Sharing" (112 min.) is billed as a comedy-drama, but really is mostly a drama about three guys in a 12 step program to deal with their sex addiction. Mike (played by Tim Robbins) is the 'elder statesman' of the group, who seems to have everything completely under control. Adam (played by Mark Ruffalo) is the middle-aged guy who's been on the wagon for 5 years, and now meets and falls for Phoebe (played by Gwyneth Paltrow). Then there is Neil (played by Josh Gad), a twenty-some loveable slob who is desperately trying to get on the wagon. He befriends Dede (played by Alecia Moore, a/k/a P!ink). Last but certainly not least there is Danny (played by Patrick Fugit), the 30 yr. old son of Mike and his wife, returning home unexpectedly after years away. To tell you more of the plot would ruin your viewing experience (should you decide to go see this). Couple of comments: this movie has gotten a lot of less than positive reviews by the so-called experts/film critics, and hence I went to see this with low expectations. As it turns out, this movie played out very nicely, in particular when staying away from the comedy aspects (which weren't all that funny), and instead focusing on the impact of addiction to lives and relationships. The performances were pretty darn good, but for me the best work is done by P!nk, and even more so by Patrick Fugit, who you may remember as the wide-eyed teenager in Cameron Crow's "Almost Famous". Fugit is now a man, and his role as the long-lost son is the most memorable in the movie for me. Bottom line: don't be spooked by the so-called experts/film critics. "Thanks For Sharing" is a solid movie, and I would recommend you check it out.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Soundtrack.... Fantastic 15 de febrero de 2014
Por David G. Yokley - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio
This soundtrack is fabulous! The movie was just ok, but the soundtrack is A+. Highly recommend. Great for road trips..... fresh, current, and relaxing.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Eclectic mix of solid tunes... 16 de junio de 2014
Por Eric Sweet - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
I rely on the folks that lay soundtracks for movies to introduce me to new bands. This movie did a good job of landing me a handful of new (to me) bands to follow. It was a good solid movie with a fantastic supporting music cast. Not really a bad song on the CD.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Left out one track, so left off one star. 21 de agosto de 2015
Por TopangaRose - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
I enjoyed streaming this movie and bought the sound track which is seriously GOOD and almost
worthy of 5 stars...however, the elimination of Pink's great track, which IS in the film, lowers it to 4 stars.
Pink is also in the film, so it makes me curious as to why her contribution is not included.

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