Docteur Qui

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  1. Star Wars: Episode IX (JJ Abrams 2019)

    I might add that at no point in ESB or ROTJ was Lando depicted as "undoubtedly straight". He was undoubtedly attracted to and flirting with Leia, but that doesn't at all mean that he is straight.
  2. It’s almost as if the film was playing with the shades of grey of leadership roles in a deliberate attempt to highlight the characters’ various flaws. The point wasn’t that either Poe or Holdo were right, it was that their respective prejudices towards each other prevented them from communicating effectively and finding the right solution. Unfortuantely we we live in a very partisan society so a lot of this subtlety was really lost in translation.
  3. Star Wars: Episode IX (JJ Abrams 2019)

    Sorry, but as a gay man, I don't see how a character's attraction to a character of the same sex is "SJW bait". For me it's... reality.
  4. Wait, so an unlimited potential for visual communication means it's closer to being a genre than a whole new medium? I don't agree.
  5. No it's not. Animation is a medium, like celluloid. Horror is a genre. Erotica is a genre. Action is a genre. Any of these can be (and frequently are) animated.
  6. Nah, I'd call X-Men III pretty close to a major sci-fi blockbuster. Also, for what it's worth, his animated scores are all quite different from each other. How To Train Your Dragon is a good indicator of what he does with the action/adventure genre ("animated" is not a genre in and of itself).
  7. I wouldn't be surprised if it drops soon to build up hype, maybe even with a video.
  8. TLJ Score Wishes

    Prefer men, but thanks all the same
  9. TLJ Score Wishes

    Thanks for the correction. Shouldn't mobile post late at night.
  10. TLJ Score Wishes

    Why would he care about a score he had nothing to do with? JPIII used his themes, RPO did not.
  11. TLJ Score Wishes

    I was active on this forum when that film was released. I, ya know, read the posts from members admitting as much.
  12. TLJ Score Wishes

    I really only noticed it in her first scene in the desert, and then later on as she flies the Falcon to Luke's Island. I couldn't have hummed it to you though, outside of the "da-dada-daaah" flute motif. I did notice Rose's theme as I watched TLJ, and it pops up quite a bit. It's not really my favourite theme, and nowhere near as good as Rey's theme, but it was quite noticeable and probably more immediately catchy.
  13. TLJ Score Wishes

    Hardly anyone would've walked out of TFA humming Rey's Theme though, and most here agree it's the backbone of that score and a tremendous theme to boot. It took me weeks to "unlock" it and just how much of it makes up that score's DNA. As for TLJ, the new thematic material takes a bit of a back seat to some phenomenal variations on Rey's theme, Kylo Ren's themes and the Resistance march IMO. This trilogy is already far more thematically cohesive than the prequel trilogy, and we haven't even got the last instalment yet.