JohnSolo

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  1. It's crazy that at the age of 32, Hurwitz already has two Oscars, two Golden Globes, and a host of other awards under his belt for his score for La La Land. Who knows, maybe he'll be the next Williams.
  2. Whats ur fav john williams piece

    dis iz a difcolt queshin, butt i hav to go wit teh empyer strikth bak. itz a verie gud scor. i luv jon willyums, hezs a grayt compozur.
  3. John Williams Howard Shore Hans Zimmer Michael Giacchino James Newton Howard
  4. Super 8 was basically a remake/homage to E.T.
  5. I find it rather difficult to imagine Abrams helming a film that is not a resurrection/reboot of a previous, well-known franchise.
  6. Have we reached peak Hans Zimmer?

    What's with all the Zimmer hate? Yes, his work is occasionally inconsistent in quality, but when he gets it right, he really hits the nail on the head. He's a good composer.
  7. America

  8. What Is The Last Score You Listened To?

    #lordoftheringsisbetterthaneverything
  9. What Is The Last Score You Listened To?

    The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring - The Complete Recordings What an epic, sweeping, phenomenal score this is. The brilliance in Shore's work here, as well as his scores for the other LOTR films, is how perfectly he managed to capture the magic and feel of the Middle-earth books in his music. For those who have read Tolkien's literature, you can imagine in your mind's eye a tin whistle accompanying the Hobbits as they go about their daily business in the Shire, a foreboding, chanting choir as the heroes journey deep into the dark places of the world, a menacing, rhythmic pounding of an anvil as the villains prepare for inevitable war; the genius in this man's work is astounding. One day, this score will go down in cinematic history as one of, if not the, greatest film soundtrack of all time, if it hasn't already.
  10. It's like an angelic choir! Brilliantly orchestrated, with truly moving lyrics!
  11. Indeed, minus the flat-screen TVs behind the bar featuring soccer played by droids.
  12. http://screenrant.com/star-wars-8-rian-johnson-prequels-trilogy/ Seeing that Johnson has defended the prequels before, I doubt he'd disallow Williams from composing anything "prequel-esque" in his score for the film. Overall, many aspects of we've seen from The Last Jedi so far are somewhat reminiscent of Episodes I-III.
  13. Imagine how many kiwis out there, bird and fruit alike, must feel offended right now. Being compared to the color of lipstick George Lucas would wear if he were a female; unthinkable!
  14. Ah, I see.