Marian Schedenig

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Marian Schedenig last won the day on October 1 2014

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  1. Soundtracks, Compilations, or other recently purchased Music

    Haven't posted here for way too long to catch up with past purchases, but my latest MM.com order finally arrived today: E.T. The Haunting Sky Captain Waterworld The Black Swan (Alfred Newman) Peyton Place/Hemingway's Adventures of a Young Man (Waxman) Of course, they're all talking a back seat while I'm mostly busy listening to The Last Jedi (my own copy shipped today, but I've "borrowed" FLACs from a friend for the meantime). And with a bit of luck, CE3K and Co might arrive from SoundtrackCorner before Christmas, if they get everything from my order in stock in time.
  2. What Is The Last Film You Watched? (Newer films)

    Saw The Last Jedi yesterday. Still not sure what I think about it. It had a lot of potential and a more, if not original, then at least less "bigger version of the same old story, but with less impact" scrip than TFA. But TFA made it work by a great cast for great characters and perhaps the score that binds it all together. TLJ, while better in theory, seems to also have far more problems, being rather disjointed in parts (it seemed to me that, long though it is, some portions were trimmed too much for their own good) and having way too much out of character jokes. A rather uneven experience, and I can't say if I'll like it better or less when I see it a second time. Also, Porgs... I find it rather daring, after 34 years of people complaining about Ewoks, to fill half a movie with dozens of these small CGI characters doing stupid stuff and having absolutely no relation to the plot at all. (They're fun, sure, and mostly less offensive than some other jokes the movie throws at you, but you could simply remove every single Porg from the film without affecting the story).
  3. TIE Fighter Attack fits in pretty well musically, and it's a bad ass new recording. Makes you wish Williams would re-record the entire OT. Score sounds very prominent in the film's mix, with a seriously wide stereo spectrum. The last minute of The Spark, with its Imperial March ostinato, is by far the most Brucknerian thing Williams has ever written. And it's awesome.
  4. What Is The Last Film You Watched? (Older Films)

    Wednesday afternoon?
  5. Quentin Tarantino to possibly direct next Star Trek film

    There is another.
  6. Will the score to The Post feature a typewriter?

    Played by Don and Jerry.
  7. What Is The Last Film You Watched? (Older Films)

    Wait, are you talking about Michelle Pfeiffer or or Danny DeVito?
  8. Quentin Tarantino to possibly direct next Star Trek film

    I liked the first two.
  9. Quentin Tarantino to possibly direct next Star Trek film

    I can't really imagine how that would turn out, but it can only be better than Beyond.
  10. Will Episode 9 be John Williams' final score?

    Assuming he actually writes episode 9, and is still in good health when it's done, I don't think he'll retire, at least not officially. It might well be his final film score, but I imagine that if Spielberg makes another movie while Williams is still able, he'd still do it.
  11. The Official Intrada Thread

    Damnation Alley will be part of my final order of the year (along with CE3K, A Fish Called Wanda and whatever Quartet may have in store for their last batch). The Waxman sounds interesting but will have to wait for later.
  12. Bruno Coulais appreciation

    Les rivières pourpres is great music and supports its film brilliantly.
  13. Shipped. Should have it before Christmas after all.