Category Archives: Music & Movies

Five Favorite Film Music Moments.

Because it’s Friday, let’s shake things up a little bit. It’s reader participation time. Here’s my five favorite film music moments from more than 30 years of going to the movies. List your own in the comments and we’ll compare … Continue reading

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Patricia Arquette Tapped For Jeff Buckley Biopic.

Empire reports that the actress will play Mary Guibert, the mother of the cult folk-pop singer, who died in 1997. Here’s the nut graf; “The film, which according to whatever source you believe is either untitled or called Mystery White … Continue reading

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Review: 24 Hour Party People (UK, 2002)

Name: 24 Hour Party People Writer: Frank Cottrell Boyce Director: Michael Winterbottom Cast: Steve Coogan: Tony Wilson Lennie James: Alan Erasmus Shirley Henderson: Lindsay Martin Hancock: Howard Devoto Mark Windows: Johnny Rotten Paddy Considine: Rob Gretton John Simm: Bernard Sumner … Continue reading

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Kirsten Dunst In Final R.E.M. Video: “We All Go Back to Where We Belong.”

“Melancholia” actress Kirsten Dunst is the star of R.E.M’s final video. It’s from the Athens, Ga.-based band’s upcoming greatest hits collection (and swan song) “Part Lies. Part Heart. Part Truth. Part Garbage.” The legendary rock band called it a career in … Continue reading

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Control (UK, 2007)

Name: Control Release Date: 2007 Director: Anton Corbjin Writers: Deborah Curtis (book), Matt Greenhalgh (screenplay) Cast: Sam Riley: Ian Curtis Samantha Morton: Debbie Curtis Alexandra Maria Lara: Annik Honore Joe Anderson: Peter Hook James Anthony Pearson: Bernard Sumner Harry Treadaway: … Continue reading

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