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A Ghost From Highwood

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  • Birthday 03/22/1997

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  1. "The soundtrack sounds like Hans Zimmer fell asleep on his pipe organ" Interstellar is actually HZ's best score. Interstellar > TFA (the movie, not the score) Change my mind. my TFA default playlist: 1. "Main Title / The Attack on the Jakku Village" 2. "The Scavenger" 6. "Rey's Theme" 7. "The Falcon" 8. "That Girl with the Staff" 9. "The Rathtars!" 10. "Finn's Confession" 11. "Maz's Counsel" 12. "The Starkiller" 19. "Torn Apart" 20. "The Ways of the Force" 21. "Scherzo for X-Wings" 22. "Farewell / The Trip" 23. "The Jedi Steps / Finale" JW! JW! JW!
  2. I think the growing popularity of augmented reality games illustrates the role of contemporary entertainment in people's lives. I don't know if there will come a day when escapism is regulated by governments, and people with actual military and political power would control what everyone consumes to escape.
  3. Steve Skywalker falls in love with Prince Bucky and proceeds to rescue the Prince from the clutches of Darth Red Skull. πŸ˜‰
  4. the way the third mvt opens: πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰ ... πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰!
  5. yeah... Steve: I'm staying with Peggy. And the shield will go to Sam. Bucky:
  6. Winter Soldier is the best MCU character! If there's going to be a WS standalone movie/trilogy, I would want someone like JW or the Maestro himself to write the themes/score.
  7. I think Highwood's Ghost are Heartwood are up there with TFST.
  8. Well, there is a sequel to The Five Sacred Trees: Horn Concerto
  9. "Anakin, you're breaking my heart, you're going down a path I can't follow!"
  10. Yeah, I find it hard to believe that anakin and padme's 'romance' was really the inspiration behind Across the Stars.
  11. I finally saw this movie and I have to say I was not impressed. 1. The score was okay. I expected more from Alan Silvestri and I guess the film itself may have presented less opportunities for music than his other films like the Back to the Future films. Although, I have to admit that the Avengers main theme soars in this film. 2. Certain relationships were sidelined. I was a fan of the Captain America movies and I really liked Steve and Bucky's relationship. I thought their friendship was nuanced and rare. I did not expect these last two Avengers movies to revert their dynamic back to the typical 'hero-and-his-chubby-sidekick' pairing, given the fact that Steve had just spent 2.5 movies 'saving' his friend. I can now confirm that Bucky is basically like Thor's hammer. He's a human MacGuffin and he's going to appear in 4 more movies as a MacGuffin. 3. The good guys were invincible I liked it, because it's a popcorn flick. But, Captain Marvel was too ridiculously strong. I feel like she could've shrunken the entire movie into a 5-minute mini film. 4. Poor Bucky, Steve went back in time and he chose to dance with Peggy. I'm with you till the end of the line. Even when I had nothing, I had Bucky Clearly Marvel was long out of character before Endgame. 3.5/5
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