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February 26, 2019 at 9:47 pm Kids Matinee Film Suggestions – What films inspired you from your childhood ? #44978
Might I suggest jimmy neutron: boy genius?
I am very pleased of your greatest feature films, including my favorite ‘The Hateful Eight’. Your only 35mm roadshow version of that feature, feels like you’re watching it in a auditorium room in 70mm. The screenplay was marvelous, since you’ve wrote ‘Django Unchained’, and using the unused tracks by Ennio Morricone from The Exorcist II and The Thing saves a lot for your composer friend. Speaking of music, I hope you find a perfect composer, for ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’, ever since you ask Ennio to write music for ‘The Hateful Eight’. Whoever you find, knows about the symphonic 60’s scores, I hope it works on working with another composer. And here’s to your last feature film, ‘Untitled Tarantino Star Trek Feature Film’. (clinks cups and sips soda)
We need to have some special guests too.
We could probably put the incredibles 2, for the grand reopening of new Beverly, including new feature films and short film from major studios and shorts hd.
Maybe they’re probably looking for a film laboratory to transfer digital to 35mm film like fotokem
For some of you may or not know, that it’s the last film of Carrie Fisher.
The first Tarantino feature film not to be distributed by Weinstein company.
Let’s hope there’s a 16mm prinot of it. Nobody never checked my requests for programming.
Since he asked Morricone to write a score for the hateful eight, who should be the next composer for Quentin’s 9th feature.
I hope the two 35mm projectors and the 16mm projector would still be there, after fixing up the place.
Unless Disney approves that, including a 35mm print of the BFG.
Who wants to see The Greatest Showman at New Beverly Cinema, for the December schedule and watch it in 35mm?
Who’s ready for Dunkirk?
This just in: Alan Silvestri, the composer of Back to The Future, The Polar Express, Cast Away and Forrest Gump, will be writing the score for Ready Player One, due to John Williams’ schedule conflicting on Steven Spielberg’s next feature, coming in December, The Papers.
Tell you what: watch season 1-6 of my little pony: friendship is magic, few episodes of season 7, and the my little pony trailer of 2017, then you’ll get the idea of, why I like the Bronies to see their favorite ponies at new Beverly, in 35mm.