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  1. I really don't think there's anything in there for you, Alex
  2. Indeed. It is an utterly conventional film. Which really is one of the worse things any movie can be
  3. I'm very fond of Kylo Ren and Davy Jones, I must say. But Anton Chigurh and Ledger's Joker were probably the ones that left me the biggest impact.
  4. I don't listen to scores to relive a movie watching experience. In fact, my appreciation for a score, with very few exceptions, is quite detached to my reaction to the movie. Therefore, I don't cling to the chronological sequence too much. Now, I do agree with these sort of these big thematic orchestral scores, a chronological presentation can often work because you can follow the development and resolution of musical themes. But I do think they can probably work better if they are presented broadly in chronological order, with a few exceptions when justified. I still think Incident at Isla Nublar works better with the Falling Car than each track on its own. I wish it was kept that way in the JP collection. Same thing goes for Hatching Baby Raptor and Life Finds a Way. The coherence and musical flow of the score wouldn't have been compromised in any way (it would, in fact, be improved, IMHO). With a few odd exceptions, I think JW is a terrific album producer. TPM is a terrific OST, because of what it's actually there, instead of what is not. Sleepers, Nixon, Memoirs of a Geisha, and many others, all album assemblies that are worth keeping even if more complete presentations turn up
  5. These sort of things are usually for the best, I think. I still think Incident at Isla Nublar and the Falling Car work much better together than apart, same thing goes for Hatching Baby Raptor and Life Finds a Way. This sort of aproach can be the best of both words, really
  6. Romão

    The Official Intrada Thread

    Peter Proud would be an instant buy
  7. I've watched very few 2018 movies so far, but one of the 5 or 6 I watched, I would say BlacKKKlansman was probably best, and I also found Mission Impossible to be a very enjoyable popcorn flick. I thought Bohemian Rhapsody was as conventional and dull as movies come and First Man had terrific space sequences (really terrific), but I found the movie lacking otherwise, somewhat.
  8. I ordered two copies, one for me, another for Miguel (we always order together to save on shipping costs), But still, it is a ridiculous amount 31 euros tax on a 70 euros order
  9. I had to pay 31 extra euros in custom fees. This is ridiculous
  10. I also have that demo album, Do you reckon that stuff is available in this release? edit: the Jonathan/Mina theme is on cd 3, I noticed
  11. Same here. Never had problems with La La Land. Always with Varese. But I think it will be hard to bypass customs with such a bulky boxset
  12. The set includes music for the teaser and for the trailer. So I assume everything is there
  13. Not usually with La Land (but always with Varese), but this will a very bulky order (me and Miguel always order together to save on shipping) so I'm sure it won't go through customs without paying extra tax
  14. The teaser music is longer than the teaser itself, so I suppose there was some editing done to shorten it for the teaser
  15. Romão

    What Is The Last Score You Listened To?

    There's always The Plymouth Adventure by Miklós Rózsa
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