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    Quote Originally Posted by myaskovsky2002 View Post
    Wow! I've just come from your page... Absent minded, i've never been there before. I mean, "a taste of my compositions", I didn't know you compose. So many things we don't know about the mysterious "you". I cannot tell you if I like it or not yet. The music was very loud and it is early (7:07 in the morning, Sunday). Everybody is sleeping except me. The instrumentation seems to be midi. Tell us more.

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    I think that's addressed to me. Wrong thread?

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    ^But maybe not on this thread, eh?
    He's got several threads in Today's Composers.

    It wasn't really funny, though it was quite entertaining. From the not so many Hitchcock I've seen, this one stands out as the most not Hitchcockian.
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    [QUOTE=myaskovsky2002;321296]
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    I watched American pie today, its a classic!!!

    I believe you're just starting with classical music, don't you?

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    yeah kinda, i discovered classical music 2 years ago, but i didint meant that the movie has great music. What i meant was that the movie is great not the music!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ComposerOfAvantGarde View Post
    How long is it?
    The movie is 2:35. The "item" in question is 13 inches according to its owner in the movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kontrapunctus View Post
    The movie is 2:35. The "item" in question is 13 inches according to its owner in the movie.
    filler..

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    Killer Elite--your standard brainless non-stop action flick with preposterous fight/chase/escape scenes.

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    Pina, a documentary about Pina Bausch, the German choreographer.

    http://artscomments.wordpress.com/20...t-pina-bausch/

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    Girl I work with asked me to go see Magic Mike with her last night. I was hesitant about the movie but I didn't really care what movie we saw, so I tagged along and was very pleasantly surprised. I was also surprised to see Steven Soderbergh's name scroll across the credits. It's definitely not his best film but it's highly enjoyable and not at all a chick flick. My advice is take a girl out to see it, you won't be sorry.

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    The Woman in Black--it was OK, but it relied too heavily on over-amplified sound effects to make the audience jump.
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    Wonder Boy--a decent low budget revenge story.

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    Has anyone seen this?


    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0111341/

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    Waterloo Bridge (1940) directed by Mervyn LeRoy starring Vivien Leigh and Robert Taylor



    Vivien's facial expression was superb, great as always, with magnificant close-up shots !



    and how much I love the song Auld Lang Syne ! I'm not sentimental, but the song always brings tears into my eyes.
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    Everybody's Fine--a wonderful movie starring Robert De Niro--very moving and poignant.

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    As it is in Heaven--a Swedish film that stars Michael Nyquist of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Trilogy. It's about a boy who escapes the bullies of his small town to achieve his dream of being a conductor. Very quirky and not what I expected, but enjoyable nonetheless.

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    The Women in the Fifth

    I enjoyed this but it wasn't what I was expecting not enough of Ms. Scott Thomas.

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