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Wolf (1994)

He’s a wolf – and not just in the bedroom! Jack Nicholson’s turn as publisher Will Randall in the Mike Nichols werewolf flick Wolf is, well, a Jack Nicholson performance. 531 more words


Intersections - Studying with Soundtracks Playlist 2

Last year, I created a studying with soundtracks playlist for Intersections, the Daily Princetonian’s arts and culture blog. The post was tremendously successful so I followed that one up with a second playlist featuring some great film soundtrack music to elevate your study session. 25 more words


The Cars That Ate Paris (1974)

Peter Weir’s directorial debut The Cars That Ate Paris, like a few other movies¬†from the early career of the Australian filmmaker, tends to defy most attempts at classification and at fitting it comfortably into one genre or another. 663 more words

Ennio Morricone

Keeping Score

I’ve had an affinity for music all my life. Not just any music, mind you. Film scores.

By the time I was ten, I could play entire soundtracks on the 100-year-old upright piano my supportive parents purchased from an Old West saloon in New Mexico. 223 more words

Alex J. Cavanaugh

johnlink ranks FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE (1965)

It took me slightly longer than I had anticipated to get to the second movie in the MAN WITH NO NAME trilogy. Maybe I was slightly more underwhelmed by A FISTFUL OF DOLLARS than I thought. 697 more words

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Nella Fantasia

We’re polishing up our Italian pronunciation for a new four-part version of Ennio Morricone’s beautiful melody, based on Gabriel’s theme from the 1986 film The Mission. 66 more words

Andrea Bocelli

ADTA Drift Trike Event - Killington Vermont

Check out this compilation of drift trike footage taken during the 2014 ADTA Killington Vermont event. The event was part of the Huffy Pro Slider & USADriftTrikes РSlide Across America Series. 66 more words