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Tele's Year in Movies - 2016 | Top Ten is Up! (pg 4) | It's Finished, It's Done

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    38 minutes ago, Goffe said:

    the last two cues are from Rogue One.

     

    Actually, they aren't (but you're not far off). :P 

     

    54 minutes ago, cannastop said:

    Sorry for being a noob, but what's the music used?

     

    First cue is "Echelon's Song", by the Red Army Choir, from HAIL, CAESAR.

    Second cue is "Milestone 2 (Stux Life)", by Moniker, from HUNT FOR THE WILDERPEOPLE.

    Third cue is "Apo Mesa Pethamenos", by Danae, from THE LOBSTER.

    Last cue is "Ancient Sorcerer's Secret", by Michael Giacchino, from DR. STRANGE.

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    33 minutes ago, Goffe said:

    The Invitation is great.

     

    Also, I want to see Cameraperson so, so bad.

    i forgot about the invitation for my own ballot thingy. would've included it in best horror for sure. maybe my favourite closing shot of the year.

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    1 hour ago, CoolioD1 said:

    i forgot about the invitation for my own ballot thingy. would've included it in best horror for sure. maybe my favourite closing shot of the year.

     

    I loved The Invitation but that shot was probably my least favorite in it. Felt too unreal.

     

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    16 minutes ago, cannastop said:

    The best parts of the movie don't have any music.

     

    The most exciting action shots didn't have score under them, either.

    There's something to be said about an unobtrusive score that lets a scene speak for itself, but I agree with your point here.

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