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New Cinema Wallpaper of the Day
Sunday, July 12, 2009
If you see the listing of the score and song selection of (album artwork) you might wonder how the hell Tarantino can weave them all into his WWII tale, especially the David Bowie song! I can report all the score selections and songs fit perfectly into the film with the Bowie song fitting the best in one of the films most inspired sections. This is more of a score and song selection mix like Kill Bill was and just as essential of a pick up for lovers of great movie scores and great music. Many tracks featured here are bound to see a resurgence in play and popularity much like tracks in Tarantino’s previous films.
Over at Variety, Mike Fleming (here) chats with Quentin Tarantino on the differences between the Cannes cut and the theatrical cut.
Note that Enzo Castellari’s INGLORIOUS BASTARDS will be screening at the Alamo Drafthouse Ritz from August 3-5 (details).
::: Anne Thompson interviews Tarantino on Inglorious
::: Read my interview with Enzo Castellari on Twitch
::: Previous Movie Wallpaper (Cinema is Dope)
::: Cinema is Dope: Best of the 62nd Cannes Film Festival
Official stills and posters that were used in the original international release of the film.
::: IMDb Profile