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Then you have the costumes and the makeup artistry, which was just as impressive. Every design reflected the characters perfectly. The contrast between the users and the programs was very apparent; keeping the programs very robotic in comparison to the humans, with a slight geek-chic 80's vibe to them. If you're interest in more makeup, here's Rosalina Da Silva's (makeup department head) breakdown for Quorra:
Lastly, oh my my... the music! Daft Punk's involvement made me so happy. Here's fun clip that was full of fan-service: Club Scene featuring Daft Punk's Derezzed. Who does that? Haha, let's just rock out as our club gets attacked. All in good fun, right?
Happy movie watching!