Full of 70's classic tunes and the haunting strings of the original theme music, the soundtrack here is dynamic if a little laid back. Surrounds are not used as often as you would think and there are very few aggressive action moments. Everything is well recorded, but seems to intentionally sound like it was mixed in the 70's, I kid you not. Dialogue is loud and centred directly on the centre channel where it is easy to follow and understand, the rest of the sound field appears a little detached and the LFE channel might as well take a break as there was nothing going on in the bottom end. Maybe they tried to take this 70's realism to far? Well the mix works with the visuals and you soon forget about what it is doing and instead get drawn into the movie, as it should be really.