I'm not sorry, because it's a marvelous show with amazing actors, which everybody should watch!
As for some of the other stuff you can still find here occasionally:
Sherlock Holmes in most incarnations, Benedict Cumberbatch and his equally brilliant colleague Daniel Craig. Suits (tv), White Collar (tv), Doctor Who, comics, manga (mostly Eroica Yori Ai o Komete / From Eroica With Love), as well as spies (fictional and real life espionage), Ludwig II, creepy stuff and whatever else should strike my fancy!
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Enjoy the pretty and welcome to the
And just like that, Nine Inch Nails are back.
Wow! That is very much unexpected! I’m curious how they will return/possible new albums, etc.
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Le concert/Концерт - Trailer
Granted, it is a French and not a Russian movie, but the first half of the movie takes place almost exclusively in Russia and the main characters are Russian, so it does count, I’d say :-)
And it’s an amazing movie! Wonderful characters, great music (Tchaikovsky), captivating atmosphere and, not to forget, amazing writing.
Definitely worth watching!
The festival’s website says this will be “their only festival show in Germany”.
But will it be their only show? That’s what I need to know.
I really don’t want to do a festival. But if it’s my only chance to see them, I might at least consider it.
I hate festivals! ‘The Kammer’ is doing the same, only it’s Blackfield in Gelsenkirchen. Tickets for one day are nearly €70 and - much as I love them - I’m not sure if I want to spend that much, especially since I absolutely don’t care about the other bands. On the other hand - it is my favourite band and I would love to see them live as often as any possible. It’s quite a dilemma… /first world problems
But of course, Beethoven’s Virus is not just about the drama and the fluffy hair, but also/even more about the music. And that is absolutely amazing! Not only the well-known classical pieces, but also the rest of the OST, like the song above, Passion, which happens to be my favorite from the soundtrack.
It’s just so very beautiful!
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Kang Gun Woo:“But what happened to your arm actually?”
Kang Mae:“I just hurt it. Why?”
Kang Mae:“Do I look like I’m pretending to be hurt so that I can let you conduct?”
Beethoven Virus, episode 4
Yep, still watching, but seeing that the show only has 18 episodes, I’m trying to make it last, to savour each episode. It’s just such a lovely series!
Also: Kim Myung-min has very fluffy hair in it!
And I finally remembered where I know him from/why he seemed so familiar He played in Bad Family,another drama that I loved, Oh Dal-Geon, the fake uncle! He really is good. I like him! And apparently, one of his last projects was a spy movie! I may have to find that one!)
ETA: And I just realized that he also played in Detective K, the Korean Sherlock Holmes! He really is good!
And does anyone know if there’s somewhere a video of the press conference with the orchestra? I would certainly love to see that…
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Phantom of the Opera- Lindsey Stirling (by lindseystomp)
This is absolutely amazing! It’s too bad that she only does an US-tour. If she would come anywhere near me, I would so try to see her!
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To go with the theme of the day have one of the most amazing versions of The Final Countdown ever!
Like the music in Parade’s End?
The soundtrack release of composer Dirk Brosse’s score for Parade’s End is due to be released on physical CD and iTunes in the EU and on iTunes in the USA on October 2nd 2012 by the Varese Sarabande record label.
More details can be found on the Film Music Reporter and Varese Sarabande websites.
*wants* I love the music! It fits so perfectly well to this fantastic adaptation!
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