No matter how old we are, how disappointed we are, we can not forget our dreams. I love a good western, and just watching the trailer for this film gave me the chills. When I heard the theme song I absolutely fell in love with it.
When discussing the greatest actors working in Hollywood, Russell Crowe is one person who definitely deserves some praise. Crowe got his start in acting in the late 1970s on television. It may have taken some time, but the New Zealand native has risen up the ranks to become one of the better actors in the industry.
Never in the history of movie themes and musical scores in a film has it ever made the moviegoer shudder in complete fear and terror over a specific sound. That particular sound is the slow alternating notes of E and F from a tuba (of all instruments) alerting the audience of impending doom. Eventually the two notes escalate with a full orchestra by adding further suspense then it comes to a clash with the appearance of the shark. Every time I hear that music my heart starts racing. John Williams composed the theme and musical score. It 12 years a slave awards years a slave awards for Best Music (Original Score).
As a child, Zimmerman loved to write poetry. In his early teens, he taught himself to play musical instruments including the piano and guitar. Soon, he formed several bands including: Golden Chords, Elston Gunn and His Rock Boppers. Zimmerman was influenced by Greats such as Elvis Presley, Little Richard, Hank Williams and Woody Guthrie.
It is a surprising idea to make a house fly in the sky, and it is also an adventure for an old man and a lovely kid. The characters are different from a normal adventure story. Of course, the ending is happy and Carl finally sees what Ellie want to see. Dream can be more than a dream.
Now Bruce Joel Rubin has adapted his film script to a West End show that is set to become another classic on the stage with huge critical and commerical success. The show has music from Dave Stuart of Eurythmics fame. “It has been my honor to be a part of the team given the opportunity to create a musical around this powerful love story,” composer Dave Stewart said. “Imagining a love strong enough to bridge this world and the afterlife is fertile ground on which to build a big, romantic musical. Imagine a love that strong. It’s been one of the most amazing experiences of my career.” He has collaberated on music and lyrics with six time Grammy Award winner Glen Ballard who worked closely with Michael Jackson.
Yes a hockey movie makes the list. Paul Newman fights it out on ice as he leads a rag tag minor league hockey team. It is old time hockey at its best and a real “guys” film.
In 1980, Hepburn fell in love with the actor Robert Wolders. Hepburn lived nine years with Wolders until she died, and she called it the happiest years of her life. In 1988, Hepburn acted in her last movie as an angel in Steven Spielberg’s Always. Hepburn suffered from appendiceal cancer and died at her home in Switzerland on Jan 20, 1993.