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Is There Anybody Out There? – The Wall Live (2000) with Alien (1979)

Instructions:

Start Disc 2 at the beginning when “20th Century Fox” appears. Continue with Disc 1. Return to Disc 2 and continue until the end of the movie.

Some things I noticed:

Hey You

“I’m coming home” is sung, and text on screen says “Returning to earth.”

Is There Anybody Out There?

Interesting sound effect as the covers lift above the sleeping crew.

Nobody Home

“I’ve got 13 channels of s**t on the TV” as man looks at the computer screen.

“I’ve got electric light” as the room is filled with several small lights.

“Nicotine stains” as one of the crew is shown smoking.

Vera

“We’re going in” is said in movie as the marching drums begin.

Bring the Boys Back Home

“Bring the Boys Back Home” as they start their ‘rescue’ mission.

Comfortably Numb

“A distant ship’s smoke on the horizon” as the ship is flying.

“Coming through in waves” as the atmosphere blurs the ship.

“A little pin prick” as they land.

Screaming as the ship lands.

The Show Must Go On

“While I’m in the spotlight” as the astronauts wear lights on their helmets.

“Why don’t I turn around” as one of them turns around.

Master of Ceremonies

In the Flesh

“that space cadet glow” as the astronauts’ heads glow.

Run Like Hell

“Let’s get the hell out of here” is said in movie at the beginning of Run Like Hell.

Weird sound effect as life form moves around in the orb.

Waiting for the Worms

“You cannot reach me now” as the man is incapacitated.

Beat of drum as alien pulses.

“Waiting to follow the worms” as the man has the strange creature on his head.

Stop

“Looks like it’s stopping” is said in the movie as “Stop” is yelled in song.

The Trial

“The prisoner shown before you” as the man is a prisoner of the alien.

The woman in a way puts the science officer on trial by drilling him with several questions about his conduct.

Outside the Wall

Peaceful music plays as man lies calmly with the alien removed from his face.

“They’re pretty much finished now” is said in movie at the end of the live concert.

Master of Ceremonies

In the Flesh?

“Just claw your way through this disguise” as the man is like a disguise for the alien.

The Thin Ice

Baby crying as the baby alien is born.

“Babe” as the baby looks around the room.

Another Brick in the Wall – Pt 1

The Happiest Days of Our Lives

“Would thrash them within inches of their lives” just before alien attacks victim.

Another Brick in the Wall – Pt 2

“Leave those kids alone” could be interpreted as “Leave the crew alone.”

Mother

“cozy and warm” as they shoot flames through the air ducts.

“Any suggestions from you or Mother?” at the end of Mother.

Goodbye Blue Sky

“Did you see the frightened ones?” as woman looks frightened.

Empty Spaces/What Shall We Do Now?

Music is intense as the robot tries to kill the woman.

Young Lust

“I need a dirty woman… I need a dirty girl” as there are still two surviving women.

One of My Turns

“Don’t look so frightened… This is just a passing phase… One of my bad days” as the alien proceeds to kill two more of the crew.

“Why are you running away?” as only survivor runs through ship.

Don’t Leave Me Now

“Don’t leave me now” as she plans to abandon ship.

Another Brick in the Wall – Pt 3

Click noises as she pushes buttons. Smashing noises are heard, then she smashes screen.

The Last Few Bricks

Intensity of music fits scene.

Goodbye Cruel World

“Goodbye cruel world” is appropriate as she abandons the ship.

“Goodbye all you people” as she leaves the dead crew behind.

Hey You

“Out there in the cold” as she’s out in space.

“Getting lonely… getting old.”

“Don’t give in without a fight” relates to what she must face.

“Sitting naked by the phone” as she is almost naked.

“With your ear against the wall” as she hides in the space suits against the wall.

“Don’t tell me there’s no hope at all” describes her situation.

Is There Anybody Out There?

“Is there anybody out there?” as the alien is dangling outside the ship.

Peaceful music as she is finally safe and able to relax.

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