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  1. Lolita Ritmanis wrote a "fanfare" for the Justice League as well. And made some animated Batman's movies. I like the theme created by her.
  2. James

    What Is The Last Film You Watched? (Older Films)

    Princess Mononoke (1997) There some demons and gods. I like it.
  3. Well, I need better headphones to listen to the two, mine are crap.
  4. According to the wiki, the events of Maul's death episode "Twin Suns" take place two years before the battle of Yavin. http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Timeline_of_canon_media Clearly it is our mistake to assume that Luke is a child in Rebels. Leia, his twin sister, is already grown up and plays a part in the show too. Here the only glimpse we had of Luke.
  5. It's a season finale. There is nothing.
  6. They leave the impression that he was cut in half again... in the opposite direction. Go to 1:45.
  7. The story goes on how long before ANH? Maul was killed by Obi Wan (again) in Rebels cartoon when Luke was just a child, literally.
  8. James

    Views on realism and relatability

    Deleted comment. Nothing relevant or offensive has been said here just loose words without foundation.
  9. Rogue One score also has a cover illustrated with characters. Hey! Williams has like 6 covers (ep. I - VI) of these!
  10. The not very sociable guy with glasses next to Chewbacca.
  11. Only Ennio Morricone manages to capture this italian-global sense of backwoods and "people looking for fights" like no one else.
  12. 1. The Nightmare Before Christmas (Elfman) 2. Sclinder's List (Williams) 3. Jurassic Park (Williams) 4. Batman: The Phantom Mask (Walker) 5. Free Willy (Poledouris)
  13. Williams in all his glorius in Hook.
  14. Infinity War - Alan Silvestri: Too much drama, especially at the beginning. Ready Player One - Alan Silvestri: Many exotic moments. Orca - Ennio Morricone: Melancholic and elegant. One classic. I love the theme for the Orca, a gesture of Morricone's sensitivity to that murderess.
  15. At least Silvestri used fewer variations of the Avengers' theme than Christophe Beck in Antman. As I listened to the score I could not help but think that Beck really got excited about the theme he created.