Just remembered, Sparky!
I don't remember if I already mentioned this....I don't think I did though.
Was watching The Killing a few weeks ago and they showed the patio where you found Simon.
Then laughed some more.
....and then there was lightning and I cackled.
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Do to changes in my schedule, I am not able to do uploads, renew links or fulfill requests at this time. I will resume uploads if and when the situation changes.
Alright ramblers, let's get rambling.
Im out! later bitches!
i love michael caine to death. young and old.
so sad whenSpoiler!
the best actor nolan's batman films
he did a touching tribute to john barry in the memorial concert last year. apparently they were quite close.
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something i hate to think about, yet can't help wondering...
williams is quite a bit older than spielberg. he will likely retire/die first (god forbid either).
what composer will spielberg use?
my guess would be shore or giacchino. i can't see him using someone like zimmer.
yeah. to me, he's the most williams-esque of the younger generation.
though i'd love to hear shore do spielberg
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Giacchino's pretty attached to J.J. Abrams though.
Guess he can do both.
Elfman does Burton and Van Sant.
Beltrami does Craven and Del Toro.
Shore does Cronenberg, Scorsese and Fincher.
shore DID do ed wood though. i guess elfman was busy
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speaking of cronenberg/shore, i listened to cosmopolis. good shit
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Metric's on there too.
Is Metric known in the States?
They can be pretty decent.
some would say abrams is the natural successor to spielberg (horseshit, imo), so only fitting giacchino is also the successor to williams
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Super 8 is a pretty decent foot in the door.
Not to mention having Joyride on his resume.....which is Duel.
See if he can do straight up drama first.....and Felicity DOES NOT count.
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Elfman patched things up with Raimi as well.
Be interesting to see who Raimi picks first now...Elfman or Young.
i think he's worlds better than bay, so that's all that matters. no one could completely replace spielberg anyway. felicity
as long as he tones down the lens flares in the next trek, i'll be happy
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Just a tad.
They were annoying something fierce.
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And Elfman had an onscreen cameo.
They should just do it that way and switch it around.
i don't get it.
in the old school, i thought it was an art to try avoiding them. if one showed up here and there, no big deal. but in trek 11 they're in literally every scene. to the point i never want to rewatch it.
yeah. it deters from the drama going on with the characters. didn't bother me in the exterior shots so much
Oh well. I can easily see how it would repel a lot of older fans.
As flawed as it is, I like it and accept it as the new Trek.
These days, the cool thing to do with reboots is make it darker and more serious.
Abrams didn't do that and kept the humor and fun that all the older Treks had.
....and honestly, those were my favorite parts about the old series and films.