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  1. I thought about this a few days ago. If someone who doesn't listen to film music at all asked you to recommend them two scores that they absolutely need to listen to, which ones would you pick and why? I would go for Titanic and Harry Potter 3: Titanic because it's a memorable but unconventional score and HP3 because of its enormous style variety.
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    Marvel Cinematic Universe Thread

    Any chance they do incorporate character themes this time, or is the brief still 'be as boring as you possibly can be, don't write anything that sticks in anyone's mind'?
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    Dougie For Moderator 2019

    Stefan, doesn't being a moderator appeal to you? You've been here for a very long time.
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    What Is The Last Film You Watched? (Older Films)

    Edge of tomorrow. Well... I'm not quite sure what to say. The premise is quite original, though I found it a little unrealistic at first. I also found Emily Blunt (and Noah Taylor) to be quite unconvincing, but that changed dramatically during the second half. The longer it lasted, the more I began to enjoy this movie, but I feel a little cheated by its ending because it seems so pointless to undo the first ending: all it does is destroy Cage's credibility, as if he hasn't learned a thing over the course of his entire ordeal. It's also rather amusing that I've watched two films this weekend that are both scored by Christophe Beck. I definitely prefer this score to Ant-Man and the Wasp. Nothing special, but it does what it needs to do.
  5. Thanks, but I've already deleted the episodes. I have to like the main character if I'm going to waste 20 minutes every two days on him/her.
  6. Frasier, middle of season 2. I cn't stand this guy anymore! He finally gets together with a potential partner and is then jealous to find his unbearable ex-wife at the same spot with another guy. Urgh... What to watch next?
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    What Is The Last Film You Watched? (Older Films)

    Ant-man and the wasp. Not bad, but there's too much science in it, Evangeline Lilly and Michael Douglas are bad in the dramatic moments, Hannah John-Kamen is boring (oh, look, a British villain in an American movie...), but it's great that Michelle Pfeiffer was brought back. I hope to see more of her than Lilly next time, but that's probably hoping for the impossible. Michael Peña is still great and the final scenes are just what I needed to be interested in future films in this franchise, but the spell is definitely wearing off now. The score has some good moments, but the emotional parts are lacking emotion.
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    The Birthday Thread

    Haha, I know, I was being sarcastic!
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    The Birthday Thread

    You said 'it was nice knowing you' after I criticised the new live Zimmer CD and lamented the fact I have tickets for that concert.
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    The Birthday Thread

    Ah, we're on speaking terms again after my Zimmer mistake? Great!
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    The Birthday Thread

    Thank you! Urgh, 26...
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    Across the Stars for Anne-Sophie Mutter

    That's such a bad piece that a buttler's involvement might explain things. It's a great theme, but the suite bores me to death after the jolly part.
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    Anyone else think 90s film scores sound the best?

    I just voted yes, but then misunderstood your question. I chose yes because I think an awful lot of 90s scores are just great, not sound-wise, but music-wise.
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    What Is The Last Score You Listened To?

    The world of Hans Zimmer. God, I actually have tickets for this...
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