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  1. I have this extra ticket for sale as I won't be needing it anymore. https://www.ebay.com/itm/192641735409
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    John Powell's SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY (2018)

    Powell and Giacchino do it sometimes (Ice Age 2 and 3, Mars Needs Moms, Doctor Strange, Spider-Man Homecoming, Star Trek), but they seem to be the only ones doing it. I kind of like Giacchino's end credit suite in Rogue One, even if it is edited. But John Williams also did that for some of his scores (Harry Potter 3, The Last Jedi)
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    HBO's Westworld

    I don't think it is the entire code, but their sub-concious and memories seemed to be stored there instead of all in their brain balls. Like a cloud storage for the hosts data.
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    HBO's Westworld

    It means that there are no more back-ups for the hosts. Once dead, they won't be able to reset like before. In Dolores' opinion, that's the only way to be free.
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    John Powell's SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY (2018)

    Did anybody else thought that the transition from “Dice & Roll” to the end credits was awful? As someone who likes a good transition from the finale to the end credits, this was the third time in a row that the transition was very disappointing. The End Credits editing isn’t very good as well.
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    John Powell's SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY (2018)

    Ok guys, I will be the one raining in the parade. I didn't hear the score in the album yet but it really took me out of the movie a couple of times! It was trying to make all actions seem epic and with high stakes when it could have been much more playful. The begging of the train sequence is a great example where the score could go lighter. It has some great moments and the new Williams theme has some good statements (tho a little overused and simplistic I'd say), but it made some sequences unbearable! Gosh, compare Williams' "Slave Children Crusade" with a similar one from this movie. The Williams one is fun, simple, and really benefits the movie, while Powell tried to do the same but inserted 928 more layers it sounded bloated. Well, I'll be the first one voting for Rogue One. It may sound rushed in some parts, but at least in the movie, nothing comes close to "Your Father Must Be Proud" from that score/ Rogue One 1 x 93 Solo
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    HBO's Westworld

    Anyone watching the second season?
  8. And the OST takes a while to take flight. That cue would have helped a lot!
  9. "Pangborn Again" for sure! That flute! A must for fans of the score
  10. Countless opportunities without sounding chaotic. One great mention of Strange, Spider-Man, Black Panther, Captain America would suffice.
  11. Gosh. How hard is to quote a theme from another composer? Giacchino's theme isn't great, but it is very memorable. Already disappointed.
  12. Awful movie. One of the worst movies ever created, no kidding.
  13. Fixed.. had Portuguese keyboard by accident
  14. You know what? I wouldn’t be surprised if this went back to Giacchino. It would make a lot of sense: JJ involvement, Bad Robots picture, and I suspect he didn’t score MI 5 because he was busy in 2015. It wouldn’t be my first choice, but better than Balfe
  15. Does anyone else think that Williams lost the opportunity to compose a theme for the Kylo/Rey dynamic? I think it was the heart of the movie and should have its own theme, and play in full force when they are fighting together. Also, would have been awesome to hear the “Wills” theme from Giacchino’s Rogue one when the Jedi books are shown, but I know that it is asking to much
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