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Ladder 49

In paying simple tribute to firefighters, Ladder 49 gets to the heart of those who risk their lives for a living. Ladder 49 introduces you to Baltimore fireman Jack (Joaquin Phoenix) who struggles to balance his career with courtship, marriage and parenthood. The movie contains its share of "Hollywood" scenes (dangerous rescues, injury, death), but really showcases the integrity of the main character and aims to help the audience understand why firefighters do what they do. Some parts may be routine, but overall Ladder 49 is a deserved testament to working-class heroes.

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What Says About the Ladder 49 Movie Soundtrack:

"The film's character study nature has inspired a song-based soundtrack that variously evokes introspection (David Gray's "As I'm Leaving", "How to Dream" by Sam Phillips) and differences of generation (The Breeders' rollicking "Cannonball," "Twice as Hard" by Black Crowes, Tom Petty's "You and Me" and ethnicity (The Pogues' "If I Should Fall From Grace With God", composer William Ross' richly textured underscore extract), all of it grounded in a rock solid working class ethos embodied by Bonnie Raitt's "Love Sneakin' Up On You". Of special note is Robbie Robertson's heart-on-its-sleeve ballad "Shine Your Light," the first song the Band founder and rock legend has written expressly for a motion picture. Robertson also contributes the film's moody, Celtic-tinged instrumental end title piece, "Reflections/Adagio."

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