Originally Posted by Left Jeff
Goodfellas. Take your pick:
The scene with "Atlantis" by Donavan
The part near the end with "Layla" by Derick and the Dominos
Or the very end with Sid Vicious doing Frank Sinitra's "My...
Originally Posted by tokerblue
- How do they work in a musical for a horror movie without it looking like a spoof of Thriller?
Bollywood movies dont have a specific genre by itself - a "normal" movie has romance, action,...
Speaking of cars and Bond movies - here is an interesting tidbit from the new Casino Royale: Bond is driving a Ford in Bahamas and the next scene when someone mistakes him for the valet, he parks that guys Range Rover and wrecks it by...
Originally Posted by Lebronze
A couple of my favorites:
Oceans 11/13: I really like the upbeat vibe of the music, sounds like Vegas, and yet classy at the same time.
I remember this now you mentioned it - esp the Elvis "Little...
Originally Posted by Sutter Cane
Are we talking about the Movie's Soundtrack Songs or the Movie's Score?
I was just thinking of soundtrack CDs I've bought.
I was also thinking about both the score and the existing...
Originally Posted by Tom Brennan
Doc, I'm just glad there'a another fella in this thread who knows that movies were actually made before Star Wars and that guys like Rozsa and Hermann even existed.
I saw Ben Hur in 1959...
Check out the soundtrack reviews at filmtracks.com - they good a very good job - but the site is a pain to navigate.
Ben Hur---Rozsa ----- I think this is the greatest score of all time and the opening fanfare of the overture...
I sat there with a big grin on my face - its good to see the old gang back stalking Marlo.
This season should be interesting with a deep dive into the media. Of course given the language they use it will be sometime before I can fully...