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  1. The Birthday Thread

    😂 I turned 36. I still remember when I joined this forum I was like 20. How the time flies when you're having fun.
  2. It's a great, catchy, and very listenable piece, but it's not better than Rebellion is Reborn! Come on!
  3. The Birthday Thread

    Thank you for reminding me! Goddarn I feel old. 😂
  4. Granted, most of the villains in Spielberg's movies are not cardboard characters, but they are still villains for all that. They're three-dimensional villains, if you will. Makes them more real, or realistic... thus even more horrible.
  5. I guess that'd be too close to the truth for comfort.
  6. I only said that because you made it sound like the Nazis sprang up in Europe in the thirties, all of a sudden, out of nowhere. Somebody was financing them, supporting them, mentoring them, pursuing their own nefarious agendas. It's already too late.
  7. I agree with that! I don't think this is among Spielberg's Top 10 best movies, but it's still underrated, in my opinion. The score too, but that's a given. You mean before the Americans, or the elites ruling Washington (Wall Steet, the military-industrial complex, etc.), decided to financially support and prop up the Nazi party in Germany and bring Adolph Hitler to power... Now, that's a Spielberg movie I'd like to see! 😂 Oh, yes they do. Of course they do.
  8. Actually the Germans were also the villains in Schindler's List, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade... So your mom thinks the Holocaust is funny. That it?
  9. You German? Are you just pissed because the Germans were villains in both Saving Private Ryan and War Horse? 😂 But really, I have no idea what you just said.
  10. I agree with you there! I think Saving Private Ryan is the slightly more superior score and movie.... But at the same time, somewhat paradoxically, it's also the less accessible score of the two.
  11. You obviously didn't get the movie at all. The horse is not some toy you just "give" to somebody...
  12. Both endings are happy endings in a way (even though they're war movies), both are mind-blowingly well scored by John Williams (I especially love the French horns and the trumpet as well as string writings), and slightly corny which is not unusual for Spielberg. That said, which do you prefer, and why?
  13. How many minutes long will be the Han Solo theme?

    I think it will be between 3:30 - 4:00. 4 minutes would be ideal!