Koray Savas

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  1. I wouldn't call it a comeback just yet. They still have to fulfill all the things they said would be coming.
  2. Well if the dialogue is recorded like it was for Fantastic Mr. Fox, then they will be acting with each other.
  3. Just because his music was still used in some capacity doesn't change the fact that it was replaced. I'd be bitter about it too.
  4. What Remains Of Edith Finch Giant Sparrow's follow-up to 2012's The Unfinished Swan. The indie developer originally had a 3-game exclusivity deal with Sony just like thatgamecompany, but taking 5 years to put out a 2-hour walking sim wasn't up to Sony's standards. The game probably isn't worth the time invested in producing it, but nevertheless I found it to be a worthwhile experience. It's very much a spiritual successor to Swan in its storybook-like presentation, with text splashing in the environment as you progress. The protagonist's narration is well acted and Jeff Russo's score does a lovely job setting the melancholic tone. You explore your family estate as the last living member of an eccentric family that mysteriously suffers great tragedy and death for all of its members through generations. Each chapter is a unique story sequence in which you learn how everyone dies.
  5. Good film, the camerawork is stunning. Kubrick the photographer is really evident throughout his early work.
  6. Complete and utter bullshit. Quint already mentioned it, but I'll take it further. One just needs to look at the solo careers of several fantastic band members to understand this. Robert Plant the artist is nothing compared to Plant, Page, Jones, and Bonham the band. Genius is genius, regardless of how many are involved. No one makes a film alone, just like no one writes and records a score on their own. The entire process is collaborative.
  7. Probably because his music was replaced and/or because of NDAs.
  8. The Last Of Us is one of my favorite video game experiences of all time. As for Telltale games, they're mostly shit in terms of technical performance, but something about the tone and atmosphere draws me to their games. Tales from the Borderlands is probably my favorite. Genuinely funny and with a fantastic use of title credits and music.
  9. I always preferred Happy Gilmore.
  10. But you put Batman as your #2 favorite in this very thread!
  11. Which is a texture not far off from dirty and greasy. No conditioner for me.
  12. For @Thor Nicholson's Top 10 Performances