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  1. https://www.jwfan.com/forums/index.php?/topic/34131-oscar-winning-‘the-lord-of-the-rings’-howard-shore-in-talks-to-compose-music-for-amazon-studios’-middle-earth-set-tv-series
  2. This board used to automatically embed instagram and facebook posts if you just pasted the link in, but then something broke and they never fixed it Yea, the one of her cupping her own mouth makes for some really interesting sounding vocals, and the ones where Powell is pushing on her chest was pretty strange to see!
  3. Plus Spider-man 2 is one of the best comic book movies there is
  4. My speculation is that Bear wouldn't have described it as a "theme" if it was only going to be used in one cue. But we'll see!
  5. Yea the screaming goats didn't get old for me either, surprisingly I thought the runner with Portman trying to come up with a catch phrase and ultimately yelling Eat My Hammer was pretty funny! And yea, about Valkyrie: Right!? Why have they done Tessa Thompson so wrong?
  6. Seeing Spider-man 2 will help to understand the Dr. Octopus character, as Tobey interacts with him way more in NWH than he does with Willem Dafoe's Green Goblin for some reason
  7. I read your post! I frankly just wasn't as enraptured by the movie as you were, and a second viewing - even under the most possible optimal viewing conditions that exist - isn't going to change that for me
  8. So one of the CD exclusive tracks shares a name with one of this episode album's tracks - "In Defiance of Death". Will it be identical content, I wonder? Meanwhile, the Amazon-exclusive track "Find The Light" is the first 3 1/2 minutes of this track, so that means in the end both "Amazon Exclusive" tracks ended up being on the CD after all! (Assuming In Defiance Of Death" is the same as the episode album's track). It also looks like the CD track "Riding at Dawn" will include "Cavalry" inside it, yes?
  9. John Williams has been bald longer than I have been alive
  10. Big Trouble Oh man, this movie is TWENTY YEARS OLD now! It's a classic mad-cap romp, with Tim Allen, Renee Russo, Stanley Tucci, Tom Sizemore, Johnny Knoxville, Dennis Farina, Janeane Garofalo, Patrick Warburton, Zooey Deschanel, Ben Foster, Heavy D, Omar Epps, Andy Richter, Sofia Vergara, Jason Lee, DJ Qualls.... how did every role in this little movie get filled with big names?! And they're ALL funny in this! The whole movie is completely entertaining from start to finish, and James Newton Howard's score is really fun! Anybody else here like this one?
  11. Last Night In Soho I caught this on a plane ride earlier this year after waiting for it to turn up streaming somewhere for a while and it hadn't yet; Of course it showed up on HBO not longer after I got home, d'oh! At least it was quite easy to stay completely engaged on the plane, as the movie really draws you into its world pretty nicely. I ended up losing interesting in the hows and whys of what happened to Anya Taylor Joy's character, and how it relates to the various old characters in the modern timeline, but still found it visually interesting throughout.
  12. Windfall Wow! This is a pretty good Hitchcockian-style thriller movie. It's extremely economical in its storytelling: All in one location, only 4 characters (and a fifth voice role), and all wrapped up in less than 90 minutes! Jason Segel breaks into the fancy Southern California vacation home of tech billionaire Jesse Plemons and his wife Lily Collins, to rob what he can and get out of there. As he's leaving, they show up unexpectedly, and a robbery turns into a kidnapping and ransom demand... and various truths each character holds are revealed. I really liked this, quite a bit! It's paced perfectly, there is never a dull moment at all, everything keeps pushing forward. It does not outstay its welcome and try to bite off more than it can chew: It stays focused on its story, tells it, and wraps up swiftly. The Hitchcock influence is worn on its sleeve, and that was perfectly fine in my book! Also the music score was really interesting: There's no synth droning here, it's a small ensemble chamber score that really drives the movie along. I want to listen to it on album now! It's on Netflix - check it out!
  13. Composer Hildur Guðnadóttir Goes for Double Oscar Nominations as ‘Tár’ Music Is Deemed Eligible
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