DinoDeLaurentiis wrote:Star Wars: A New Hope, eh?
Look inna to a your geek a heart... you know it to be a true.
Cpt Kirks 2pay wrote:Sorry man, you may need to enlighten me on him.
MiltonWaddams wrote:Back to the Future, it basically made the movie far more epic than it really was. Without it, that movie would seem pretty cheese-core.
Victor Laszlo wrote:CONAN THE BARBARIAN
RogueScribner wrote:Superman: The Movie
Star Wars IV - VI
The Thin Man wrote:When I was a kid I had the sound track for "The Black Hole". I would listen to it for hours on end. A prime example of a sound track better than the movie itself. Anything by John Barry is usually up there witht the greats. Just listen to Zulu and tell me you don't feel a shiver run down your back.
bc1970 wrote:Nobody. Has said. Halloween.
I have to turn down the TV because I'm so damn tense watching it.
DanielSan wrote:I always loved the scores to Silverado, Empire of the Sun, and Glory. Three great scores.
The Vicar wrote:City of Angels, by Gabriel Yared. Nice score for a chick flick.
Cpt Kirks 2pay wrote:The Vicar wrote:City of Angels, by Gabriel Yared. Nice score for a chick flick.
Chick flick or not, I actually really like this film, but I think it's got a brilliant score too. The Unfeeling Kiss is really great with it's own little theme plucking away for it's first half, then rejoins the rest of the score for it's holy and sometimes eerie sound that really gets under your skin.
This got me really interested in Gabriel Yared. I'm looking at some of his stuff, including City of Angels that I could use for like home movie music and stuff, copyright needed or allowed. Did you also know that he originally composed Troy but it was later dropped? I think you can still paly this on Gabriel Yared's website.!
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