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I Robot (1977) with THX-1138 (1970)

bulletrevealed by Nat Moncrieff in April 2002
bulletadded on 16.04.2003
bulletsync length = movie length (approx. 1 hour 26 minutes)
bulletstart CD at the beginning when the Warner Brothers logo has faded out
bulletrepeat CD until the end of the movie

Here's just some of the eerily dead-on syncs:

bullet"I wouldn't want to be like you" plays while Robert Duvall leaves the monotony of his job for the day.
bulletThe lyric "It's the evening of another day" from "Some other time" plays as Robert Duvall returns home at the end of the day.
bulletThe lyric "could it be that somebody else is looking into my mind" from the same song plays as Maggie McOmie is being viewed on a monitor.
bulletThe song "Breakdown" plays as both Duvall and McOmie literally do just that. The chant of "Freedom, freedom" at the end of the song co-inciding with the two deciding to go against the establishment and commit the banished act of love making.
bullet"Don't Let it Show" plays while the love affair between the two characters blossom but are forced to conceal it.
bulletThe lyric from the song "The Voice": "Someone is watching you, they're gonna get you" plays as the two characters continue to break the law despite being viewed on monitors by the authorities.
bullet"Nucleus" syncs beautifully with the scene where Duvall, his mind elsewhere, almost causes a radiation overload at work.
bullet"Day After Day (The Show Must Go On)" plays as Duvall and McOmie are caught and arrested, the nonconformists removed letting "the show" that is their society go on.
bulletThe creepy "Total Eclipse" superbly orchestrates the scene where THX 1138 has a series of medical tests on him before being sentenced to punishment.