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A Clockwork Orange vs. Blade Runner

A Clockwork Orange (1971) vs. Blade Runner (1982)  

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  1. 1. Which film do you prefer?

    • A Clockwork Orange (directed by Stanley Kubrick)
    • Blade Runner (directed by Ridley Scott)
  2. 2. Which score do you prefer?

    • A Clockwork Orange (composed by Wendy Carlos, others)
    • Blade Runner (composed by Vangelis)


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1 hour ago, JoeinAR said:

Vangelis score is ....ugh. noise

 

Ha, ha...thanks for the laugh of the day.

 

In this case, you're unintentionally correct, though, since the score of BLADE RUNNER is supposed to blend organically with the sound design, creating an overall soundscape. So it does function as 'noise' in a certain sense of the word.

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I knew you would reply because i said something similar about Chariots of Fire. Incidentally that film is neither about Chariots nor about fire. Discuss amongst yours.

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1 hour ago, JoeinAR said:

I knew you would reply because i said something similar about Chariots of Fire. Incidentally that film is neither about Chariots nor about fire. Discuss amongst yours.

As I'm sure you know, Joe, the title comes from a line in the hymn JERUSALEM, by Parry, and Blake. The line itself dates from the book of 2 Kings Ch. 2 V. 11.

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14 minutes ago, Richard said:

As I'm sure you know, Joe, the title comes from a line in the hymn JERUSALEM, by Parry, and Blake. The line itself dates from the book of 2 Kings Ch. 2 V. 11.

Sorry you didn't get my Mike Meyer/Linda Richman reference.

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On 3/13/2019 at 6:47 PM, John said:

I mean, no one's forcing you to participate in them.

Then create ones that do.

 

On 3/13/2019 at 6:55 PM, Koray Savas said:

Then create ones that do. 

 

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