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Molly Weasley

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  1. ROTS is tied with the Potters (which one depends on the day) for my favorite score of all time. It feels like a symphony.
  2. OMA TRES Who is he? Where did he come from? How did he end up on Kijimi, among these seemingly random collectibles? There's just so much we don't know. He seems so powerful just from that one glance...
  3. An interesting read that backs up some of these theories. I'm curious to see where they'll go with this. https://www.tor.com/2020/01/29/doctor-who-may-be-creating-a-12-regeneration-cycle-before-the-first-doctor/
  4. All I wanted in life was for the Deathly Hallows movie to include an order 66-style montage of the Battle of Hogwarts deaths after that, complete with something equally as epic as Anakin's Betrayal
  5. That'd be kinda cool. It's hinted so much that
  6. SAME. The Doctor Who and BBC America Facebook accounts posted them within a day. Come on. Still, it was good. It got me hooked in a way I haven't been for at least the past season and a half. Finally this could recall those creative and epic storylines that started New Who!
  7. This was Remy. He listened to John Williams with me. (When the HP box set came out I had PoA blasting on my speakers - poor dog was startled awake by the Knight Bus.) Sad to say he died this year.
  8. I'm curious - how many other grad students on this forum? Have any of you managed to incorporate all of your random JW knowledge into some of your work? Also.... Hope we're all surviving the first couple weeks of the semester so far
  9. I've always said half-jokingly that JW scored the books. the tone fits perfectly even when the movies differ and there's little moments like unused Hogwarts Forever statements. Or in PoA when there's invisibility material in the Shrieking Shack. I know that's not the case but I would have loved to see him complete those character arcs with his themes. DH would have benefitted from the nostalgia and ties to the beginning that the book had. Well, all of them would.
  10. "Alone, yet not alone" is actually the sequel to Home Alone. Adapted and conducted by William Ross
  11. Yes. We just need a source to vent our frustrations while biding our time until the box sets arrive. 😆
  12. William Ross is actually the reason John Williams didn't score 4-8 confirmed
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