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Throwback Thursday: Jaws

4 Apr

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The Jurassic Park Art Show Wholly Dedicated to People.

29 Mar

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We’re embarrassed that we just found out about this Jurassic Park-themed art show held in LA well over a year ago. Regardless, the Just People exhibit deserves our latent attention. By showcasing pieces only devoted to the characters of the dino-flick, Curators gave a unique and humorous perspective on the iconic film.  We’re big fans of the Laura Dern pop art.  Full gallery at UPROXX.

http://www.uproxx.com/webculture/2011/12/this-jurassic-park-art-show-puts-the-focus-back-on-the-people/#page/1

New M83 – “Oblivion” Soundtrack.

27 Mar

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Rather than taking the conventional approach and releasing a follow-up to 2011’s hit LP Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming, France’s M83 instead took the unique route (would you expect anything else?) and have been recording the soundtrack to Oblivion.  Oblivion stars Tom Cruise as he is caught on a deserted post-apocalyptic Earth where Morgan Freeman wears menacing sunglasses while he sits in the dark.  But Oblivion aside, M83 thus far still delivers.  The new music is still rooted in the group’s idiosyncratic brand of new wave dream pop, but on a much more “epic” and “Hollywood” scale.  The music is less focused on making a “song” than creating a feeling under which scenes unfold.

Here’s the trailer for Oblivion.  Hits theaters April 12th.

The Making of Pulp Fiction: An Oral History.

5 Feb

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Whether you’re a Tarantino fan or not, what’s undeniable is that Pulp Fiction was a milestone of a film.  Vanity Fair sat down with John Travolta, Uma Thurman, and Quentin himself to outline the origins of this trans-genre work.

The Interview:

http://www.vanityfair.com/online/oscars/2013/01/pulp-fiction-oral-history-quentin-tarantino

Still, Snapshots, and Script Pages:

http://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/2013/03/photos-pulp-fiction-history#slide=1

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