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Film ReviewTitle: Doctor WhoGenre: Made for TV, Sci-Fi, Adventure, ActionLength: 1:25:46Title Role Played by: Sylvester McCoy (7th Doctor), Paul McGann (8th Doctor)Year: 1996In 1996, BBC decided that they were going to try to relaunch the series. How did they decide to do this? With a movie."The newly-regenerated Doctor takes on the Master on the turn of the millennium, 31 December 1999." Synopsis from IMDBBasically, the synopsis says it all. The Doctor against the Master. It's been done many times before.When the Doctor (played by Sylvester McCoy for the first 10-20 minutes of the film) is given the remains of his rival, the Master, he is charged with taking them back to their homeworld of Gallifrey from Skaro, the Dalek homeworld. However, as we all know, the TARDIS can never just go where the Doctor wants. So, in true fashion, it breaks down, forcing the Doctor to make an emergency landing on Earth. On December 30, 1999. This is the last time that McCoy plays the title role, as h
TRIPLE Soundtrack ReviewAlbums: Transformers (Score), Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (Score) and Transformers: Dark of the Moon (Score)Alright, I decided to do this one in triplicate, as I needed to get the whole series reviewed. First off, I will say that I have been a "diehard" and have gone to movies to see what they would mess up. But I will now say this: they have taken the characters and made their own continuity. And it came out marvelously. So, here you will have it: All three film's scores reviewed in one place, at one time. I am doing this to keep up with my reviews.Album: TransformersArtist: Steve JablonskiYear: 2007Tracks: 20Discs: 1The score starts out pretty strong, using the theme that was composed for the Autobots as the first track. What really sets this and its companion albums apart from others is that the score is not abridged. The cuts are presented in their full, unaltered versions, allowing you to experience multiple points in the film at once.While starting on a str
Soundtrack Review I - FF T4HoLTitle: Final Fantasy GaidenInternational Title: Final Fantasy: 4 Heroes of LightArtist: Naoshi MizutaLet's just start this off by saying that this has to be one of the oddest OST's I've ever reviewed. I have not yet heard a full hybrid OST for a game, and this was a first. I am pleased at how it all sounds. (Please note that this will be my shortest review to date, as the tracks are meant to be short.)Formatting: Digital Orchestra/8-bit InstrumentsCombining the best of both modern and retro gaming is very difficult to do, but Naoshi Mizuta seems to have taken a page from Nobuo Uematsu's book on "How to Score a Final Fantasy" and made it work. There are obvious points where the instruments are straight from the old Famicom/NES days, and they are intermixed successfully with the more modern instrument samples to make a truly beautiful sound for the game's (somewhat limited) setting.Number of Tracks: 41Number of Discs: 1Right from the get go, the game's score takes you back to the