10 Film Scores for When You Want to Die

10 Film Scores for When You Want to Die

Film scores have become a large chunk of the music I listen to. And out of that chunk, film scores that make me happy are the majority. Titanic has a lovely score, yes, but it’s not exactly cheerful or uplifting. It won’t make you smile or remind you that life can be light and exciting and beautiful. Here are 10 film scores to listen to when you forget that life can be light and exciting and beautiful.

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Compartmentalization and Morality as Viewers

Compartmentalization and Morality as Viewers

Yesterday I came across a post asking about boycotting films for reasons related to (but not specifically due to) it. The original poster cited people refusing to support Woody Allen films because of his sexual abuse allegations and Ghost in the Shell because of the race controversy in casting. I didn't have to think about my answers at all.

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“Page One” and the two kinds of authenticity in print news

“Page One” and the two kinds of authenticity in print news

“Page One: Inside The New York Times” certainly holds true to its title. From the very first scene, it thrusts viewers literally inside the physical production and distribution process of the paper, while the rest of the movie shows the inside of the production of content. The documentary follows arguably the most iconic figure The New York Times has ever seen, giving an intimate look at the people behind the headlines.

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