House of the Rising Sun (2011)
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One thing that was so often overlooked in Westworld‘s blistering rise to prominence is the official soundtrack. Orchestrated by musical maestro Ramin Djawadi (Game of Thrones, Pacific Rim), the score was crafted with a blend of classical orchestra and electronica, peppered with dark, jarring covers of pop music from the likes of The Rolling Stones, Radiohead, Soundgarden and The Pixies.
Available to purchase and stream across all the usual platforms (read: Apple Music and Spotify), the Westworld soundtrack bundles together 34 tracks in total. From “House of the Rising Sun” to “Paint It Black,” those of you fully up-to-date with HBO’s sci-fi Western will appreciate how Djawadi’s score is able to transport you back to specific moments from the source material. That, and it will make the wait for Westworld‘s second season that little bit more bearable.
Additionally, new covers from the last half of the season include Djawadi’s interpretations of “Fake Plastic Trees” by The Bends, Ok Computer’s “Exit Music (For a Film),” Nine Inch Nails’ “Something I Can Never Have,” Amy Winehouse’s “Back to Black” and the Animals’ “House of the Rising Sun.”
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We dive right into the repercussions of last week’s episode, as Bernard deals with the anguish of Theresa’s death, while Ford marvels at the depths of emotion Bernard is feeling — before he turns them off, and instructs Bernard to cover up Theresa’s death and erase any record of their relationship beyond colleagues.
When Charlotte learns that Theresa is dead, she seems to accept (wih suspicion) Ford’s story about her having slipped and fallen; however, she then enlists Sizemore to help her smuggle “35 years worth of data” out of the park using retired host Peter Abernathy. Initially, it seemed like the board was prepared to take its time getting rid of Dr. Ford — now, it looks like the timetable has sped up.
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That’s what happens in Suicide Squad. Not David Ayer’s Suicide Squad, but the studio-molested cut released in cinemas. The first half of the movie is mini-film trailer after mini-film trailer; character introduced via musical montage, followed by snippets of a scene via musical montage. It’s like a kid with Adhd channel-flicking through music videos, and it sabotages vital character development and relationships.
This might be because Suicide Squad was reportedly recut by Trailer Park, the company that edited those initial teasers, at Warner Bros’ request. People didn’t much like Batman v Superman,
Here’s the official synopsis: With the town of Rose Creek under the deadly control of industrialist Bartholomew Bogue (Peter Sarsgaard), the desperate townspeople employ protection from seven outlaws, bounty hunters, gamblers and hired guns – Sam Chisolm (Washington), Josh Farraday (Pratt), Goodnight Robicheaux (Ethan Hawke), Jack Horne (Vincent D’Onofrio), Billy Rocks (Byung-Hun Lee), Vasquez (Manuel Garcia-Rulfo), and Red Harvest (Martin Sensmeier). As they prepare the town for the violent showdown that they know is coming, these seven mercenaries find themselves fighting for more than money.
While rap music and Westerns can make an odd pairing, the sexy, action-packed new trailer for “The Magnificent Seven
For fans of "The Magnificent Seven", the sands in the hourglass have finally run out. Since the mid-1990s, there have been attempts by studio executives to bring director John Sturges' classic 1960 Western back to the big screen. There was a reasonably popular TV series based on the film that aired in the 1990s but no big screen feature film ever went into production- until now. We realize it is irresponsible to judge a film simply on the basis of its trailer. However, it is appropriate to judge the trailer on its own merits. Suffice it to say that the trailer for the new big screen version of "The Magnificent Seven" stinks-- on ice. First, it's cut in the same style that virtually every action movie trailer now follows. It's as though the creators of these trailers are in arrested development from the era of when
Though seemingly an ensemble piece in concept, the trailer plays up Denzel Washington and Chris Pratt as the leads - other members like Vincent D'Onofrio, Ethan Hawke and Byung-hun Lee are all given short shrift.
Also a point of contention is the music, a solid cover of "House of the Rising Sun" but inexplicably dubstepped - something we might get in the film itself which is said to boast a "hip hop inflected western score".
We regret to inform you that you’re going to have to sprinkle ’em with cinnamon and sugar, then nom-nom-nom ’em. Because despite her array of questionably tailored, homemade clown costumes, the “Wrecking Ball” singer — who was serving as Special Advisor to all four teams during the Season 10 Knockout Rounds — offered more specific, actionable, insightful advice over the course of the episode than Adam, Pharrell, Blake and Xtina combined.
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Perhaps a rip in the space-time continuum swallowed up every talented vocalist in a 100-mile radius of the City of Brotherly Love and deposited them on the side of the New Jersey Turnpike.