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  1. In a Charlie Rose interview made after The Force Awakens was made, George Lucas said he still intends to make movies but they are art house and experimental films he has no intention of publicly showing. He added that these were the type of films he always intended to make. Since Lucas's legacy will probably be the pop culture mega hits, he stated he never had any desire to make a popular movie but was far more interested in experimental/avant garde films and Star Wars was just a side project but fate intervened. This is an example of what he wanted to do as a film maker: My question - if these post retirement films would be shown, would you want to see them?
  2. The trilogy that forever shattered a fanbase in two. The trilogy that, arguably, scarred the reputation of one of Hollywood's greatest storytellers. The trilogy that, whatever its shortcomings may be, features some of the most badass music John Williams has ever composed. Which film and score do you prefer from the divisive Star Wars prequel trilogy?
  3. Both cues serve as main themes to easily the two most influential and popular fantasy series of all time; The Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter, respectively. Which musical theme do you prefer, "The History of the One Ring" or "Hedwig's Theme"?
  4. I know there has been some backlash against the large amount of polls created recently, but this is a poll that had to be made. Which film and score is your favorite from the epic The Lord of The Rings trilogy?
  5. Which film and score is your favorite from the classic Star Wars original trilogy?
  6. Paul Thomas Anderson

    Sick of always digging through Future Films for this so I'm just gonna start a thread for the man. Don't mind me. New film is now officially scheduled for this year!
  7. JohnSolo: Introduction

    Hey, fellow John Williams fans, this is John. I came across this site a few days ago, checked it out for a while, and I thought I should join. I'm a pretty big film score geek, as most of you probably are. Favorite composers are John Williams, Howard Shore, Hans Zimmer, and Michael Giacchino. I also enjoy watching movies (fav movie series are Star Wars and LOTR), hanging out with my friends and youth group, going to karate lessons, and just enjoying life in general. I'm also a proud non-Trekkie, volunteer firefighter, and hunter, among other things. Well, that's my introduction. See you guys around! You can find me on Instagram @johnlong1226.
  8. I have 2 tickets (not together) to John Williams Film Night at Tanglewood on 8/13/16 8PM. Tickets are PDF and can be emailed once payment is received (Paypal preferred). Front Orchestra Section 6, Row F - $160 or best offer Rear Orchestra Section 15, Row H - $100 or best offer twd15_shed_map.pdf
  9. Best Score Releases 2015

    Whats everyone's favorite album releases - new or old - that came out this year? With the exception of not hearing The Force Awakens yet, my three favorites (in order from "least" to "greatest") are LLL's Millennium Volume 2 (Mark Snow), Varese's Jupiter Ascending (Michael Giacchino) and Intrada's Killing Season (Christopher Young).
  10. Hi all! Just wanted to share my new site with everyone... it's been up for a little over a month and it's dedicated to reviews of the newest film scores, something of a major passion of mine. http://www.moviemusicmania.com Reviews thus far: Turbo - Henry Jackman The Wolverine - Marco Beltrami The Hunt (Jagten) - Nikolaj Egelund Only God Forgives - Cliff Martinez Pacific Rim - Ramin Djawadi The Lone Ranger - Hans Zimmer Much Ado About Nothing - Joss Whedon World War Z - Marco Beltrami Star Trek Into Darkness - Michael Giacchino Man of Steel - Hans Zimmer Soon to come: Planes - Mark Mancina The Conjuring - Joseph Bishara Elysium - Ryan Amon THANKS! -John