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Rocket Science was released on DVD on January 29, 2008 in Region 1 and February 4, 2008 in Region 2. The single-disc volume includes two additional featurettes: "The Making of Rocket Science" and a music video for "I Love the Unknown" performed by Eef Barzelay, featuring various clips from the film. Reception Critical reception
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That said, "Let Me In" -- the first song Springfield wrote for Rocket Science, which comes out Feb. 19 -- was drawn from darker circumstances in his life."I was having issues with my primary ...
As it is, the songs on Rocket Science sound like the music you hear at the dentist’s office while you’re waiting for a tooth to get numb. Facile, over-eager and underwhelming. It’s pleasant enough, until the novacaine wears off.
This was the first song Rick Springfield wrote for Rocket Science. It was inspired by some issues the singer was having in his relationship with his wife, Barbara. "The best songs come from a moment of truth for me, and that was an issue I was having a really tough time with, so it came from that. I ...
Aug 29, 2007 · Rocket Science is directed by Jeffrey Blitz, who made his feature directorial debut in 2003 with the documentary Spellbound, an exploration of the National Spelling Bee. Spellbound was nominated for an Academy Award® for Best Documentary, an Emmy Award for directing, and an Independent Spirit Award.
One of the key songs of ROCKET SCIENCE's soundtrack is "The Battle Hymn of the Republic." It's part of the film's plot. And a new arrangement is sung over the end credits. This song has 5 stanzas. But only the first 4 stanzas are sung. There's enough time to sing the 5th stanza -- the one that references Christ.
Aug 14, 2007 · There’s a lovely scene in the coming-of-age comedy “Rocket Science” when Hal Hefner, a teenage boy with a stuttering problem, is trying to say to his father, “It’s not rocket science.”