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Caspar David Friedrich
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Once Upon a Time in the West
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Hector Berlioz
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Master composer Ennio Morricone, the man behind over 500 film scores and numerous songs and other concert works, is dead at age 91 following a fall a week earlier. Easily one of my favourite composers of all time, he worked in pretty much all genres, left behind an indelible part in pop culture with his music, and never gave up on composing with pencil and paper despite the changing times. His music indelibly mixed together a melodious elegance with avant garde sensibilities and an experimentalist attitude. And while some of his music can come across as overtly weird, hard to approach, or even corny at times, there's no doubting that his great passion for music permeated much of his life, leaving behind an incredible body of work that no other composer working in film will likely ever surpass (at least in sheer scale). Some of my favourite scores from him include: All the scores he did for Sergio Leone Cinema Paradiso The Great Silence Guns for San Sebastian La Califfa The Big
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So I started a Tumblr blog. Mostly it was because I needed to be a signed in member to see some other blogs with age restrictions in place, but I figured since I had one now, might as well put it to some use. So, I decided to start doing reviews of my scale model cars. I may post some other stuff on it as well at some point, but for now I certainly have a lot of material to work with just covering this stuff. Probably a good thing to post this link somewhere online since it's not like anybody really even knows about this. ;P Berlioz's Place
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Sequels often face an uphill struggle when trying to live up to the popularity that made the demand for a sequel a consideration to begin with - never mind if that sequel happens to be for a movie that has become a cultural icon and one of the most influential genre films ever made. Thus much hope and trepidation has surrounded the advancement of making a sequel to Ridley Scott's seminal 1982 sci-fi classic "Blade Runner," taking place some 30 years after the events of the first film and which, for all intents and purposes, provides a good - if not necessarily mind blowing - continuation to the original. This time Ryan Gosling dons the Blade
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Congratulations - you've made it to the (Google Image search) big-time!
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Ooo, I such a big shot now! :w00t:

Hell yeah! You've taken me down. 

BUT I'LL BE BACK!
Enjoy it while you can. Heh-heh-heh.
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You're welcome ^^
Happy birthday!