Friday, 30 April 2010

The existence of a new Star Wars cartoon based on a line of super-deformed toys has leaked out of Skywalker Ranch.
A source at IESB has revealed a new Star Wars animated series that will be based on the Star Wars: Galactic Heroes line of toys. The Galactic Heroes toys are a collection of super-deformed miniature figures that include a wide variety of characters from Lando Calrissian to Yoda.
A director has just been hired to guide the new show, which reportedly has a working title of Squishies. This may seem like an incredibly odd name, but it makes a little more sense when you consider that a very young audience of preschoolers to kindergartners is being targeted for the show. Even for a kid's cartoon, this is a pretty young age group, so maybe Squishies could end up being some kind of educational program in the same vein as Yo Gabba Gabba or the like, but one that features lightsabers and Boba Fett. I, for one, think that would be pretty cool for kids.
 Read the rest from the link below:
http://www.escapistmagazine.com/news/view/99265-Lucasfilm-Working-on-Star-Wars-Cartoon-for-Preschoolers

Thursday, 29 April 2010

Steven Spielberg’s Rep has rubbished claims that Steven is near-paranoia and security paranoid.  A new book by former Variety reporter Nicole LaPorte suggested that the Saving Private Ryan helmer enforces strange conditions on set to ensure that details of his films never leak.
The book also alleges that Spielberg is obsessed with being prepared for natural disasters and dispenses survival kits to his staff.
Claims that Spielberg has Plexiglass half-moon, which prevents sound from reverberating so that his phone conversations remain ultra-confidential and a black cloth is draped over the projection booth window on the screening room to hide the screen are false according to the Rep who also said that all the claims “doesn’t deserve a comment”.  Proves not to listen or believe all the silly rumours that get claimed or passed around.

Wednesday, 28 April 2010

This demo-reel shows examples of film-effects work done by James Rowell at Industrial Light & Magic, Pacific Data Images (now Dreamworks Animation) and ESC.

The work done by James in this video includes particle and dynamics effects, 3d lighting and digital image compositing. For a shot breakdown - please see the write-up at www.orangeimagination.com.


Tuesday, 27 April 2010

THX
At the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB), THX Ltd. and other partners will showcase the world's first live high-definition (HD) 3 dimensional (3D) streaming demonstration using Microsoft Silverlight,  THX® Media Director™ and a complete THX Certified home theater system. THX® Media Director™ will be integrated with the 3D demonstration to enable home theater components to automatically configure and switch between 3D and 2 dimensional (2D) playback settings as content is streamed live.
The NAB demo will take place at the Microsoft booth # SL220 and will also showcase the capabilities of Level 3's global internet backbone, Silverlight and Internet Information Services (IIS) Smooth Streaming and Inlet Technologies' Spinnaker™ multi-screen real-time encoding solution. Film and TV production company, TVN GROUP, will provide live HD 3D content from its studio in Germany. The demo will show how content providers can use these technologies to capture and distribute 3D streaming content to TVs and other home entertainment devices.
"Microsoft has been on the forefront of game-changing entertainment technologies and we are pleased to team with them to integrate THX Media Director into Silverlight for this 3D streaming demonstration," said Rick Dean, senior vice president at THX Ltd. and chairman of the 3D@Home Consortium. "THX Media Director simplifies the 3D experience, enabling TVs and other devices to select the appropriate playback settings automatically, letting users enjoy the benefits of 3D without constantly reaching for the remote control." 
The introduction of 3DTV brings with it new playback modes, user interfaces and an added layer of complexity for consumers. Using descriptors in the form of metadata, THX Media Director communicates 3D and 2D video processing, picture size, sound encoding and other critical information to home theater devices, enabling them to select the correct playback features automatically. This simplifies the user experience, allows CE brands to showcase signature 3D and 2D features, and assures content providers that the artistic look and feel is accurately represented on playback.
"Microsoft is pleased that THX has invested early in supporting Silverlight and the next-generation application development platform," said Brian Goldfarb, director of the developer platform group at Microsoft Corp. "THX Media Director provides a seamless, high-quality viewing experience for both 2D and 3D entertainment."


Monday, 26 April 2010



 Album: Supergirl (1984) - Track: 1 // Composed and Conducted by Jerry Goldsmith // Orchestration by Arthur Morton // Performed by The National Philharmonic Orchestra Category:

Sunday, 25 April 2010

So Avatar is out Monday 26th April, just in time for Earth Day but the general vibe on the web is that this is a bare bone version with the ultimate version out next year.  No extras are on the DVD or Blu-Ray with Fox saying that they wanted all the room on the discs for the picture and sound quality.  Hmmmm!  I'm not convinced on that statement as a second disc could have contained all the extras.

  Anyway is it worth buying?  Well if you have a blu-ray player then one hundred percent yes it is!  The picture and sound quality is the best yet and will definetely show off your home cinema setup.  The colours are remarkable and Pandora will still come to life even with the missing 3D.  If you have a standard DVD then I would save your money until the Summer when Avatar will get released in the cinema again with six minutes of delete scenes.  Avatar is like beer.  You buy a beer and on the side of the bottle it will say "best served cold".  Avatar should say "best watched in HD and/or 3D."

As for those saying that this is just another way of getting more money out of movie fans.  Well no one is forcing anyone to buy this release, if you want to wait for next years release then so be it.  Me?  Well I will be buying this years release on blu-ray and then come next year I will sell my copy on Amazon and purchase the next edition.  Simple.  Get some money back and everyone's happy.  

Looking on the web and it is possible to purchase the blu-ray version WHICH COMES WITH THE DVD VERSION IN THE BOX so best of both Pandora's there.  For The UK buyers the chepest I've seen is £14.99. (http://www.amazon.co.uk/Avatar-DVD-Blu-ray-Sam-Worthington/dp/B003BVI6OM/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=dvd&qid=1272194936&sr=8-2)

Cheaest standard DVD version in the UK so far is Asda at a staggering £8 (instore only)

For The US the same edition with Blu-ray and DVD is $19.99

The best price for the standard version is $14.99 at http://www.redfordfilms.com/product/BT024543656067/Avatar.html?meta=GBASE&metacpg=BT024543656067&utm_source=gbase&utm_medium=CPC&utm_content=&utm_campaign=BT024543656067

If you see it cheaper let me know and I will post it here.
Noted filmmaker, and benefactor George Lucas will be awarded the USC Presidential Medallion -- the school's highest honor -- by university President Steven B. Sample on Monday, April 26, 2010.

"We at USC are so proud to count George Lucas as a member of our Trojan Family," said Sample. "He has distinguished himself as a creative genius, a prescient supporter of multimedia literacy, and a devoted alumnus. Not only has he inspired and delighted audiences worldwide with his imagination, but he is generous in ensuring that new generations of artists and innovators can illuminate the human condition and give wings to their greatest dreams.

"Through his extraordinary imagination, wisdom and continuing guidance, he has helped create a wealth of opportunities for the talented young women and men in the USC School of Cinematic Arts."

Added USC School of Cinematic Arts Dean Elizabeth M. Daley: "Since his graduation in 1966 from USC School of Cinematic Arts, George Lucas has remained an unwavering supporter of the school and its goals. Today, as chairman of both Lucasfilm Ltd. and the nonprofit George Lucas Educational Foundation, as well as a member of the school's Board of Councilors, he continues to explore -- and to share -- his passion for cinematic arts and for learning."

Lucas has been in the vanguard of promoting fluency in sound and visual imagery in addition to the written word. He has been instrumental in creating and guiding USC's Institute for Multimedia Literacy, the mission of which is to advance educational programs and conduct research on the changing nature of literacy in a networked culture.

The Lucasfilm Foundation's $175 million gift in 2006 to the USC School of Cinematic Arts strengthened the school's endowment and supported the construction of a world class cinematic arts complex. There, using the latest resources and tools, new generations of artists are mastering the techniques of film, television, animation, writing and interactive media, and top researchers are developing innovations that are pushing out the frontiers of communication, entertainment and education.

Saturday, 24 April 2010

On "Jaws," he and his producing partner, David Brown, worked with a gifted young director, Spielberg, who had to sink or swim when the visual effects work that was supposed to deliver a terrifying shark was slow-going and clunky. There could have been blood in the water on the production but, instead, the director and producers looked for ways to hide the deficiencies with props, flipped (and flipper) perspectives and the sublimely scary theme by John Williams.
"In desperation, we came up with so many good ideas -- like the floating barrels, for instance, that were shown on the screen to suggest this shark beneath them, underwater -- and we did it because we didn't have the shark," Zanuck said. "In the script, the shark is on Page 1 when the girl gets eaten. It became more terrorizing than anything we could have hoped for. If we had CG then we would have had the shark in every frame."
Steve Spielberg and Richard Zanuck

(Zanuck and Spielberg spoke a few years ago about going back to the original film with the digital paintbrush of CG effects to create a more horrific predator. They decided, for the time being, to leave the film alone, although Zanuck says he is intrigued by the notion of adding 3D effects to the 1976 classic for a theatrical re-release.)


Friday, 23 April 2010

The duel between Van Helgen and Guybrush in Monkey Island 3

Thursday, 22 April 2010

The Explosion and The End from Black Sunday (1977) by John Williams



Beirut (Main Title) and Commandos Arrive from Black Sunday (1977) by John Williams
 

Wednesday, 21 April 2010

CULT film Star Wars is being made into a SITCOM, it has been revealed.

Seth Green and Matthew Senreich, the funnymen behind the Robot Chicken Star Wars spoof, have joined forces with the animation arm of George Lucas's Lucasfilm to create the TV show.
Details are closely guarded but Austin Powers star Seth, 36, sent a message to Star Wars fans saying: "Let us assure you this isn't going to suck as much as you think it is."
He also revealed that the sitcom will be narrative and character-driven rather than being done like a sketch or spoof.
In a nod to often-slated character Jar-Jar Binks, Seth added: "We're not talking about Jar-Jar electrocuting his tongue. It's not that kind of humour."



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Tuesday, 20 April 2010

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Sunday, 18 April 2010

Spielberg: 'Avatar has changed movies'

Steven Spielberg has admitted that he was impressed by Avatar.
The movie, directed by James Cameron, has broken box office records and was nominated for nine Academy Awards.
According to Showbiz Spy, Spielberg has now praised the film.
"I say thank goodness for Avatar," he said. "It is such an inspiration for all of us. I really think Jim has changed the industry forever, in a good way."

Saturday, 17 April 2010


The problem with email, especially getting several hundred a day, is you miss some. Some more important than others. One email I completely missed was from Rick McCallum. Producer of the Star Wars prequels and many other films and TV shows at Lucasfilm. He said he loved my work and wanted to talk to me about working together on a movie they were making. I missed this email. Not good. Fortunately they didn’t give up on me. Head of post production Mike Blanchard phoned me up 3 weeks later to see if I could come over and consult about the potential of using video DSLRs for their productions. He called whilst I was shooting so it went to voicemail. I picked it up the next day and thought holy shit! They must have thought I was playing hardball by not replying to Rick. I wasn’t. I am just a bit useless with all the emails!

Read the amazing article here:

http://philipbloom.co.uk/2009/12/12/skywalker/

Friday, 16 April 2010

Thursday, 15 April 2010

President Barack Obama presented John Williams with the 2009 National Medal of Arts on Feb. 25, 2010 at the White House in Washington. Williams was lauded “for his achievements in symphonic music for motion pictures", and cited "as a pre-eminent composer and conductor [whose] scores have defined and inspired modern movie-going for decades."


Video of the awards - John Williams is about 17 minutes in



Wednesday, 14 April 2010

As a child, he survived rampaging velociraptors. Two decades later, he has emerged from self-imposed acting exile to reunite with Steven Spielberg for 'The Pacific'.


Mazzello plays former US marine Eugene Sledge in The Pacific

Mazzello plays former US marine Eugene Sledge in The Pacific


People almost recognise Joe Mazzello as he wanders around the Four Seasons hotel in Beverly Hills; almost, but not quite. You can see little cogs in their heads whirr as they try, and then mostly fail, to place him in a mental list of celebrities. And since it's definitely not cool to stare at famous people, they'll discreetly nudge each other and whisper about who that strangely familiar young man might be. "I get used to being sort-of spotted," he explains. "Sometimes, strangers come up to me and ask: 'Aren't you that guy from...?' Then they'll just stop talking, because they've forgotten what film they saw me in."

The film was almost certainly Jurassic Park, in which Joe played mad dinosaur-scientist Richard Attenborough's grandson. It was released 17 years ago, enjoyed stratospheric success and turned him, at the tender age of 10, into one of America's most marketable child actors. In the years that followed, he scored big, demanding roles in movies such as Shadowlands (1993), where he played CS Lewis's stepson, and The River Wild (1994) in which he was Meryl Streep's son, Roarke. In 1997, the teenage Joe returned to Jurassic Park for its disappointing but nonetheless extremely lucrative sequel, The Lost World.

Then, after four years spent climbing Hollywood's greasy pole, Joe Mazzello disappeared. The sensitive and slightly awkward youth, who had walked hand-in-hand with Steven Spielberg up red carpets, suddenly stopped being cast in blockbuster movies; or pretty much any movies, come to that. His intense gaze and gingery brow (both of which are still very much in evidence) vanished from the public arena overnight. And that explains why he now finds himself, at the grand old age of 26, being "sort-of recognised" by members of the public at a Los Angeles luxury hotel.


Read the rest here - The Independent

Tuesday, 13 April 2010

Imagine what the Star Wars saga would be without John Williams’ brilliant touch. Of course, the first thought in your mind was likely the iconic title sequence, and it’s not so crazy to think that track is more recognizable than the films, or even the late Darth Vader. The music of the saga has had a profound effect on me as a film lover. It is likely the original source of my passion for composed scores and I find myself going back to it whenever I’m in need of some tunes.

Read The Article Here - http://screenrant.com/movie-music-mikee-49042/all/1/

Monday, 12 April 2010

Just to make my last post complete here is the Midnight Special from Twilight Zone The Movie

I have been waiting for this soundtrack for a long long time.  Today it finally arrived and WOW!  I always rememember thinking way back when Twilight Zone The Movie was released how good the soundtrack was and in particular the Steven Spielberg story - Kick The Can.


This track is caled Young Again/Take Me With You/ A New Guest.  I strongly recommend adding this to your soundtrack collection.  The CD comes with a 28 page booklet packed with facts about the movie and the soundtrack.
I quote from the booklet:


Goldsmith provides a waltz variation of his main theme as the young agee dances with the young Mrs Dempsey.  The score suddenly quiets and winds its way into the more plaintive secondary melody as the children speakwith Bloom and begin to realize that reliving their lives would also include the challenges they all endured.  Synthesizer brings back the main theme as they begin to grasp Bloom's true point:  that it is more meaningful to maintain youth mentally rather than physically.  Interstitial music heard earlier returns playfully as the group enters the hous.  Conroy awakens and sees his housemates transformed into children, then leaves to fetch Miss Cox, the retirmement home manager.  The can motive plays as she and Conroy arrive only to find that the seniors have returned to their true ages.

You can purchase the CD from Screen Archives EntertainmentI bought last week and they delivered the cd within a week international post which I though was really good service.


This is one of those soundtracks that has illuded collectors for some time, we have longed for a decent version of the soundtrack and now we have one thanks to FSM Silver Age Classics.  Twenty Six tracks  all from each story with some alternative numbers too.  The only noticable absent track is "Midnight Special by Creedence Clearwater Revival but you can buy this track as an individual download from Itunes. 

Verdict:  A must buy for all soundtrack collectors.

1 Main Title: Twilight Zone Theme (Marius Constant) 0:45

Time Out
2 Time Change/Questions/The Ledge 4:01
3 The K.K.K./Yellow Star 3:53

Kick the Can
4 Harp and Love 1:27
5 Weekend Visit 1:34
6 Kick the Can 0:37
7 Night Games 1:53
8 Young Again/Take Me With You/A New Guest 10:10

It’s a Good Life
9 I Remember/The House 2:29
10 The Picture/The Sister/I Didn’t Do It 1:20
11 Cartoon Monster 3:06
12 That’s All, Ethel 1:47
13 Teach Me/No More Tricks 3:54

Nightmare at 20,000 Feet
14 Cabin Fever/Nervous Pills 2:38
15 No Smoking 2:06
16 On the Wing 1:20
17 A Face in the Window 2:10
18 Hungry Monster/Engine Failure 1:35


19 Overture (Twilight Zone Theme and End Title) 5:55

Total Score Time: 53:16

Additional Music and Alternates
20 Nights Are Forever (Sung by Jennifer Warner) 3:36
21 Anesthesia (Sung by Joseph Williams) 3:02
22 Time Change/Questions/The Ledge (Time Out: album edit) 3:01
23 Young Again/Take Me With You/A New Guest (Kick the Can: alternate segments) 5:01
24 Cartoon Monster/That’s All Ethel (It’s a Good Life: album edit) 4:28
25 Cartoon Music (It’s a Good Life) 1:26
26 On the Wing/A Face in the Window/Hungry Monster/Twilight Zone Theme (Nightmare at 20,000 Feet: album edit) 4:58

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Martin, it's all psychological. You yell barracuda, everybody says, "Huh? What?" You yell shark, we've got a panic on our hands on the Fourth of July.


Mayor Vaughn: I don't think either of one you are familiar with our problems.
Hooper: I think that I am familiar with the fact that you are going to ignore this particular problem until it swims up and BITES YOU ON THE ASS!

Sunday, 11 April 2010



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Friday, 9 April 2010

Thursday, 8 April 2010

by Rob Wainfur http://thebeardedtrio.blogspot.com/

Well lets get one thing straight here. I have no doubt that 3D is the way of the future. Having watched Avatar you can't help but think that anything else is, well, just flat! But come on! A Jaws remake in 3D? You see I'm a bit worried here.

In the eighties there was a time when 3D was the talk of the movie industry. Movies started coming out in 3D, every other sequel was in 3D and they were bad, VERY BAD! The best you could hope for was some character on screen pointing a stick at the screen or something being thrown at you. It was terrible and the story was non-existent. 3D movies dwindled away as the viewing public lost faith and interest. Now I just hope the same thing doesn't happen again.

You see riding on the success of Avatar, film companies are green lighting a lot of movies in 3D especially remakes. Halloween 3D, Swamp Thing 3D, Re-animator 3D, The Gate 3D to name a few and now there is a rumour of Jaws being remade in 3D.

According to cinemablend.com an insider told them it is definitely a possibility and being considered by Universal with Tracy Morgan's name being mentioned to play. It sounds like a cash in may be on the cards with a project that won't be taken seriously (Jaws III anyone?) The studio claim and I quote from cinemablend.com is "that people now expect more, visually, from their movie going experience. So, Hollywood studios are inclined to take some of their tried and true franchise names like Jaws and bring them into the 3D world."


Are we going to see the same thing happen? Are we going to see a ton of 3D movies just rolled out of the Hollywood production line with the same "catch them while we can" attitude from the movie studios? If 3D is here to stay then we need quality not quantity. We don't need another Final Destination in 3D, we want originality. Hats off to Jame Cameron for Avatar and raising the benchmark. I just hope he hasn't created a monster!


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Wednesday, 7 April 2010

Avatar is out on the 22nd of April.  Amazon are taking pre-orders now.  This is going to be the biggest blu-ray release ever.  Watching Avatar in High def is going to be the best way to capture that 3-D experience we had in the cinema.

Click on the link on the left to order now or from our store

http://astore.amazon.com/theb0a901-20?_encoding=UTF8&node=67

Read our review of the film here

http://thebeardedtrio.blogspot.com/2010/02/do-you-remember-first-time-you-watched.html

I will remember for the rest of my life the first time I watched Avatar. Its up there with Star Wars, Raiders and a select few. A Return to form for the Cinema

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Tuesday, 6 April 2010

We have just setup a store on Amazon called The Bearded Trio (no surprise there)
Why not take a look.  Its still new and wet behind the ears so more items will be added soon.  We intend to only stock related products so if you want the latest book on George Lucas or when eventually that John Williams biography comes out you will find it here.  We will review new items and link to them in the store.  We will also link to all the music digital downloads where you can listen to a preview first.  We have already put the Indiana Jones Collection on there and Jurassic Park.  Have a look and tell us what you think...

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Monday, 5 April 2010

Martin Brody: [as the shark approaches Brody]
Martin Brody: Alright, you big bastard! Come On! I've got something for ya' now! That's it! Attaboy, come one! Right over here! Open wide OPEN WIDE! SAY AAH!

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Martin Brody: Oh, Hendricks, good! Right this way. Excuse us, please. I want you to come in here and, er, check out this 908.
Hendricks: What the hell's a 908? I've never heard of a 908!
Martin Brody: 908 means get me outta there!

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Mrs. Taft: Good morning. Selling some more of the good life?
Ellen Brody: Oh, yeah... Piece of this, piece of that - it all adds up.
Mrs. Taft: Your husband's been here all morning. What's he doing?
Ellen Brody: His job.

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Ellen Brody: That's your third smoke already!
Martin Brody: [complacent] Good coffee...
Ellen Brody: Try a donut.

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Phil Fogarty: I can't watch a ball game anymore, I can't watch the news anymore! I can't even watch a movie! All I hear is that damn kid and his damn radio going "Breaker, Breaker, Breaker"!
Martin Brody: Well, I'll see what I can do, but remember, it's under federal jurisdiction.
Phil Fogarty: So call the FBI!

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Mayor Larry Vaughn: Brody is riding his tower.
Len Peterson: Oh, shit!

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Martin Brody: I mean, it's obvious that a big fish took a bite out of... this big fish.
Dr. Elkins: This is a mammal. Not a fish.
Martin Brody: Don't quibble with me! Is it a shark bite or isn't it?
Dr. Elkins: Possibly. Again, this is a killer whale, wouldn't have to be a shark a considerable size.

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Helicopter Pilot: That you, Brody?
Martin Brody: Listen, did you have a fix on those kids yet?
Helicopter Pilot: Negative - I'm still down.
Martin Brody: Well, you'd better get the hell up because, I'm out here all alone!

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Andy Williams: Did your mom put all this together?
Mike Brody: Yeah, it's her job.
Andy Williams: Did she make the punch?
Mike Brody: No.
Andy Williams: [throwing it back in the bowl] Good, it's terrible!

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[after Brody has been fired]
Martin Brody: Maybe they're right... I'm tired... I'm tired... Too damn tired...
Ellen Brody: Too damn drunk. That's what you are, too damn drunk.

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[Hendricks and Red are dragging the ocean in the police launch]
Red: We've been over this a dozen times.
Hendricks: I know, I know!
Red: How much longer?
Hendricks: Until we find something!
Red: But I'm cold, bored...
Hendricks: You're bored!

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[the launch snags a power line]
Red: Oh, shit! Drop it!
Hendricks: Wh- What is it?
Red: Drop it! It's a power line!
Hendricks: Oh, terrific!

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Martin Brody: Better check the bite radius.
Dr. Elkins: The what?
Martin Brody: The shape of the mouth...
Dr. Elkins: Whales mouth?
Martin Brody: Shark's mouth.
Dr. Elkins: What shark?
Martin Brody: The shark that did this.
Dr. Elkins: We don't know that, do we?
Martin Brody: But we're here to find out!
Dr. Elkins: And we will.
Hendricks: I can't hear you if you're going to whisper!

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Tina Wilcox: ...Now I'm getting black and blue marks all over my butt, and my moms starting to get uptight about them!

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Martin Brody: I think we've got another shark problem.
Mayor Larry Vaughn: Are you serious?
Martin Brody: You bet I'm serious.

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Len Peterson: Brody, this is nothing! Seaweed, mud, something on the lens...
Martin Brody: Lens my ass!
Len Peterson: You're damn right it's your ass!

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[looking for a dance]
Timmy: Who are you going to ask next?
Doug: Tina Wilcox.
Timmy: Ed's girlfriend... You're crazy!
Doug: It doesn't hurt to ask. Sometimes the most beautiful girls are the loneliest.
Timmy: That's a crock of shit!
Timmy: I know!
The Water Kite Sequence / Brody Misunderstood / The Catamaran Race from Jaws 2 by John Williams


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Elaine And Guybrush At Moonlight

Sunday, 4 April 2010


Caribbean Nights
by Sven Behncke
Length - 1m 37s
Format - MP3
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Saturday, 3 April 2010



Monkey Brain Soup For The Soul (Monkey Island Remix)
By Neil Cicierega
Length - 6m 36s
Format - Mp3
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Friday, 2 April 2010


MP3 Download
Monkey Island Medley.
by Matt Johnson, Tom Woodrow and PH
Length - 7m 55s
Format - MP3
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Thursday, 1 April 2010




Download the Mêlée Island Forest Music
. Nice arrangement from John David Karlgren. Very retro. How long was I lost in that forest? Click below for the MP3

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD FOREST MUSIC

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