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PostPosted: 26 Feb 2010, 11:03 
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The instrumental bridge of Derek and the Dominoes Layla makes me think of the results of the massacre in Goodfellas. As soon as that piano starts I can see the camera panning up the the grill of that pink Cadillac.

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Don't Fear the Reaper makes me think of the opening of the mini-series of Steven King's The Stand

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PostPosted: 26 Feb 2010, 11:06 
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Don't Fear the Reaper makes me think of the opening of the mini-series of Steven King's The Stand

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(me too, until I saw the latter)

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PostPosted: 27 Feb 2010, 10:07 
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"This is the End" inevitably makes me think of Apocalypse Now whenever I hear it. Also any "Vangelis" reminds me of Blade Runner. :)

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PostPosted: 27 Feb 2010, 10:10 
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Til I Hear It From You makes me think of Empire Records

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PostPosted: 28 Feb 2010, 10:30 
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I daresay there’s an endless variety of these, aren’t there?

Tears for Fears (my eighth favorite band whose name rhymes with itself) “Everybody Wants to Rule the World” summons an image of a house succumbed to Death by Popcorn.


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Also, Burn by the Cure, always reminds me of Eric Draven punching his mirror just before applying his crow makeup.

..and I see the opening sequence to Donnie Darko everytime I hear Echo & the Bunnymen's Killing Moon

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PostPosted: 25 Mar 2010, 01:31 
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Gloria by Van Morrison reminds me of the Outsiders

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PostPosted: 07 Jun 2010, 16:12 
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Time is on My Side always reminds me of Elias Koteas swaggering in hand/ankle cuffs on his way to the gas chamber. He was way too good at creepy in that brief role.


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PostPosted: 07 Jun 2010, 16:13 
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Time is on My Side always reminds me of Elias Koteas swaggering in hand/ankle cuffs on his way to the gas chamber. He was way too good at creepy in that brief role.


I'm not alone? :)

I love that movie!

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PostPosted: 07 Jun 2010, 16:17 
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scruluce wrote:
Time is on My Side always reminds me of Elias Koteas swaggering in hand/ankle cuffs on his way to the gas chamber. He was way too good at creepy in that brief role.


I'm not alone? :)

I love that movie!

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PostPosted: 07 Jun 2010, 16:33 
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scruluce wrote:
Sheila1313 wrote:
scruluce wrote:
Time is on My Side always reminds me of Elias Koteas swaggering in hand/ankle cuffs on his way to the gas chamber. He was way too good at creepy in that brief role.


I'm not alone? :)

I love that movie!

"... about the time I ALMOST died." best line ever


Edgar Reese is one of the best serial killers ever! :)

My favorite quote (and my status on Facebook sometimes):

"There are moments that mark your life, moments when you realize nothing will ever be the same. And time is divided into two parts, before this and after this. Now, sometimes, you can feel such a moment coming. That's the test...or so I tell myself. I tell myself at times like these strong people keep moving forward anyway, no matter what they're gonna' find…"

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PostPosted: 07 Jun 2010, 23:05 
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"Red Right Hand" was really overused in the 90's, but it always triggers 2 things for me ... the Scream trilogy, and Identity (where it wasn't even used!).


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During a recent long drive I realized that I can't hear "Any Way You Want It" by Journey without imagining Rodney Dangerfield dancing next to a tricked-out golf bag, or hear "The Night Chicago Died" by Paper Lace without thinking of Jack Black singing about how "angina's tough".

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During a recent long drive I realized that I can't hear "Any Way You Want It" by Journey without imagining Rodney Dangerfield dancing next to a tricked-out golf bag

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My favorite part of that is Wang.

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Sugarpuss O'Shea wrote:
During a recent long drive I realized that I can't hear "Any Way You Want It" by Journey without imagining Rodney Dangerfield dancing next to a tricked-out golf bag

:green:

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My favorite part of that is Wang.

Not that there is anything wrong with that.

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Burn On by Randy Newman always reminds me of Major League.


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