• El Cid

    23 Feb 2008, 01:23 by loopzig

    Título Original: El Cid
    Gênero: Épico
    Tempo de Duração: 184 minutos
    Ano de Lançamento (EUA): 1961
    Estúdio: Allied Artists Pictures Corporation / Dear Film Produzione / Samuel Bronston Productions
    Distribuição: Rank Organisation
    Direção: Anthony Mann
    Roteiro: Philip Yordan, Fredric M. Frank e Ben Barzman
    Produção: Samuel Bronston
    Música: Miklós Rózsa
    Gravadora: Chapter III
    Direção de Fotografia: Robert Krasker
    Desenho de Produção: Veniero Colasanti e John Moore
    Figurino: Veniero Colasanti e John Moore
    Edição: Robert Lawrence
  • Quo Vadis?

    11 Mar 2007, 23:48 by loopzig

    Título Original: Quo Vadis?
    Gênero: Épico
    Tempo de Duração: 171 minutos
    Ano de Lançamento (EUA): 1951
    Estúdio: MGM
    Distribuição: MGM
    Direção: Mervyn Leroy
    Roteiro: S.N. Behrman, Sonya Levien e John Lee Mahin, baseado em livro de Henryk Sienkiewicz
    Produção: Sam Zimbalist
    Música: Miklós Rózsa
    Gravadora: Artemis
    Fotografia: William V. Skall e Robert Surtees
    Direção de Arte: Edward C. Carfagno, Cedric Gibbons e William A. Horning
    Figurino: Herschel McCoy
    Edição: Ralph E. Winters
  • Right or wrong, I'm tired of the inconsistency

    6 Feb 2006, 18:55 by scarebear

    So, from now on I'm tagging all my movie music the same way. Under artist, the name of the conductor or the composer, whichever makes more sense. In the majority of my music, the conductor and the composer are the same person. Under title, I'll tag them one of two ways. One, if it's a song that really can't be from more than one movie, then it gets one name. An example would be "Batman Vs. The Circus" by Danny Elfman. If it is a common name, or a title that could be from several movies, I tag them "song title: movie", for example "Main Theme: Star Wars". How many people tag movie music as "Prologue" or "Main Theme" or "Closing Titles" by artists that have many movies under their belt? Lots and lots and it drives me crazy.*

    Now I had been just tagging them as they appeared on the album, but I was the only person doing this. And if I come across an album on last.fm, I'll tag the songs how last.fm tags them. …
  • Confessions of a Marco Beltrami Addict ...

    11 Jan 2006, 10:19 by Melancthe

    ... or "How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love Being A Fangirl!"

    I've been a Marco Beltrami fan for a couple of years now. It's only recently, though, that I've admitted to myself that he's my favourite composer, mainly after I noticed that I was listening to as much of his music as all my other favourites put together. No, he doesn't have an awe-inspiring body of work like Jerry Goldsmith, James Horner or John Williams (The Empire Strikes Back still remains my favourite score, for a whole variety of reasons). No, he's not Bernard Herrmann or Miklós Rózsa. No, I don't think any of his scores up until now are on par with my other absolute favourites like the criminally under-utilised Basil Poledouris's Farewell to the King and Conan the Barbarian. No, he's not even as popular as the up-and-coming Harry Gregson-Williams. Yet there's something about his music that I find addictive and that speaks to me on a very personal level. …