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  1. "The Boy Who Accepted the Star" - Howl's Moving Castle, Joe Hisaishi "Cerf-volant" - Les Choristes "Nessun Dorma" - Turandot, Pucini "Trinity Definitely" - Matrix Revolutions, Don Davis "Main Theme" - Band of Brothers, Michael Kamen "Main Titles" - The Little Mermaid, Alan Menken "Magic Snow Music" Buffy the Vampire Slayer (Season 3), Christopher Beck "Finale" - Batman, Danny Elfman "The Wedding" - Bicentennial Man, James Horner "The Gravel Road" - The Village, James Newton Howard "Pan's Labyrinth Lullaby" - Pan's Labyrinth, Javier Navarette "Saving Metroville" The Incredibles, Michael Giacchino A random choice from my favourite playlist (Though with leaving out JW cues.)
  2. I discovered this one recently and must agree with you. Very nice atmospheric music that can indeed be hypnotic and at times very unnerving (with the strings).
  3. I see Damien Rice's 9 in your playlist. I just ordered that. ` Did you already listen to O? A lot of people prefer that one, but I like them both equally.
  4. I don't know if anyone of you is interested in this, but I thought I'd share it with you anyway. I have found two videos of Afrika, a new ps3 game, which surprised me with some great music! If the whole soundtrack is as good as these two cues than it can rival with the soundtracks of Outcast and Call of Duty Here are the links: http://www.ps3fanboy.com/2008/07/07/afrika...iana-jones-ish/ http://www.ps3fanboy.com/2008/07/21/new-af...bout-the-music/
  5. It reappears in "Always a Catch", so it probably is.
  6. According to batman-on-film this could be the first snippet of the DK score: http://www.hersheys.com/reeses/darkknight/ It's sounds different but it could also be some kind of remix of the BB score.
  7. Whoa it's the album is also available in the Netherlands! I just bought my copy at Van Leest in Eindhoven. Whoohoo! What a great start of the weekend.
  8. I'm not kidding. It does sound like "Ga uit de weg" and with Shorty making a "get out of the way" movement at the very moment he says that, that makes it even more surprising. I find it hard to believe it really is intended to be Dutch, but it does sound like it and the sentence itself makes perfect sense there. I can make nothing else of it. Yet Lucas has been putting Dutch in his films for a long time now. Darth Vader (Vader = father in dutch) I sense a conspiracy! Maybe Lucas has been putting secret dutch messages in all his movies. I always thought Chewbacca was dutch!
  9. LOL you're kidding right? That's definitely not dutch. Though it does sound a bit like "ga uit de weg".
  10. Juno I haven't enjoyed a movie like this for a long time! The characters are amazingly absurd and still so realistic and the acting is also very good. Ellen Page really stole my heart
  11. I saw it this weekend too and totally agree with you! Terrible movie! Although I did like the look of some of the vampires; their heads reminded me of sharks and their faces full of blood all the time was pretty disturbing.
  12. I'll be there dressed as Mola Ram. With a pig's heart in your hand? :cool:
  13. The prologue is also up! It's exactly as all the reports have been saying: amazing Even when you can only see about half of the picture http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xNqWAxHtMvo
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