This documentary brings Hollywood's premier composers together to give viewers a privileged look inside the musical challenges and creative secrecy of the world's
most widely known music genre: the film score. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Score: A Film Music Documentary
This documentary brings Hollywood's premier composers together to give viewers a privileged look inside the musical challenges and creative secrecy of the world's most widely known music genre: the film score.
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Allen B (mx) wrote: I guess the critics have unintentionally made Breitbart's point. 0% on the Tomatometer i.e. they are ..ahem... Hating Breitbart. Why? Because this doc makes these typical tie-dyed Liberals critics very uncomfortable because it nails there attitude toward "conservatives".
Richard J (ca) wrote: Interesting point of view on death.
Reetesh Y (ru) wrote: Saw it on my way back to home from IGGBASH on the volvo. Heard a lot about it so decided I would watch it. It was not exceptional in any way. Your standard sports movie formula. But I can understand why everyone liked it. It had the INDIAN twist to it. You had indian characters and indian emotions being expressed, hence the audience could relate to it. Thats why this highly un-original movie filled with the nothing but recycled cliches was such a hit.The really good production value is also to thank. The songs and the actors were all really good and did what they were supposed to do, excellently. Only watch it if you want to start feeling emotional about India.
Angelique D (us) wrote: watch this movie its one of the best that billy d Williams stared in
Mara B (ag) wrote: The follow-up to "Prince of Egypt" (which I haven't seen) and a pretty good animated film, especially considering it's direct to video. Some license was apparently taken with the story to make it more entertaining. Forgettable songs don't add anything.
Paul L (au) wrote: Great movie with excellent cast
Jimmy L (mx) wrote: haven't seen it in years, would love to see it again
Juan Carlo V (mx) wrote: Before I praise with humble and noble respect all my unexpected minded allegories, I must recall what I felt after having to watch "Sansho the Bailif" twice in order to like it better in my outside as much as I loved it in my deep insides, but that's just a manner to speak nonsense. My first view: It was magical, but most of all really chaotic in theme and actually disturbing in terms of sadness, how Films can transcend their material spirit is magnificent, and often beautiful, but as often as I find them beautiful, those often don't actually occur with very recently often films these days. My second view: It was more understandable, and I could follow the narrative better, but only because I knew what to expect, and some sequences actually captivated me better the second time, but it wasn't as magical, but more of a selfish petition to myself to actually watch it again, and I feel sorrow, Cause I understand it better, and its sad actually, rather than in the first view was just terror and confusion of why the evil: "Sansho the Bailif". Just felt that that I had to write what I want to remember from this film, "Without mercy, man is not a human being." That's everything you have to know from this film: Maybe the only film that ranks next to Kurosawa's IKIRU,maybe higher....I don't know, I am just as selfish as the Bailif, but at least happy...
Kaya D (fr) wrote: well, the characters are awful,
Courtney M (it) wrote: "I am a little freaked out, even though it is obviously CG." "Courtney! This is LIVE FEED from Shallow Valley!!!" (Not in film ha)