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ddddeeee last won the day on April 11 2015

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  1. Really taken back by how bad this all was. The Credence/Leta stuff was almost comically hamfisted. It really felt like a soap opera.
  2. Poster is unfortunate, but Dumbo looks terrific.
  3. I like it, but I feel like the first score is far superior. It becomes a bit generic fantasy at times, and I missed some of the old themes. 'Wands into the Earth' is my favourite cue so far.
  4. This happens all the time. People were so excited about Venom that they've willed themselves to like it. By the Blu-Ray release it'll have sunk in that it's just not very good. Happened with Apocalypse - people were in denial for months, but now it's the consensus that it was a dud.
  5. People wanted to see him get murdered tbh
  6. ddddeeee

    Classic Conversation, now with added Teen Angst

    Watching Ready Player One again. Bad.
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    Classic Conversation, now with added Teen Angst

    The series finale of Penny Dreadful is my least favourite thing I've watched.
  8. The character you're talking about is completely wrong in what he says....and that's kinda the whole point.
  9. I thought the humour mostly worked - it made me care for the two kids and the babysitter in no time. Agreed about the cops though, which I guess was a Halloween 5 homage.
  10. Crying. We did it, @Chewy @aabattery
  11. Caved and listened to the piano themes. Dumbedore's theme is stunning.
  12. Lovely JNH score. I'll be listening to this a lot around Christmas.
  13. Yorke's score is a let down. It's not without its moments, but so much of it is just standard horror tropes. There's a 15 minute stinger that's brainless and aimless and I'm already cringing at the thought of Radiohead stans calling it 'A sweeping odyssey of terror' or whatever. About a thousand leagues below Greenwood's 'You Were Never Really Here'.
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