Tag Archives: Scores

Icelandic Drama ‘The County’ Scores Sales, Celebrates Its Rural Roots

“When you fall at the beginning of the journey, it will be a good journey,” says genial producer Grímar Jónsson of Netop Films, quoting an old Icelandic proverb. He’s referring to the emergency tooth extraction required by ace Estonian DP Mart Taniel (“November”) on the first day of the shoot of “The County,” the much-anticipated new film from “Rams” helmer ...

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Eurovision 2018 star SuRie gets GOOD NEWS after stage invasion and low scores

The United Kingdom’s hopeful was pestered by a stage invader during her performance on Saturday night, but won praise for the way she defiantly carried on. Nonetheless the country was scored disappointingly low; ending up finishing 24th out of 26 countries on the overall leaderboard. It’s not all bad news though: after Storm was performed, it raced into the Top ...

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Box Office: ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Scores Second-Biggest Second Weekend Ever

“Avengers: Infinity War” can check off yet another record: The second-highest second weekend of all time. Disney and Marvel’s latest collaboration earned $ 112.5 million from 4,474 locations in its second frame. The 56% decline was just enough to top the record previously held by fellow Marvel title “Black Panther,” which made $ 111.6 million in its second weekend. “Star ...

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Brian Eno Scores New Documentary on Iconic Designer Dieter Rams

Brian Eno has provided the score to a new documentary called Rams. Directed by Gary Hustwit (Helvetica), the film is about the life of German industrial design legend Dieter Rams. Watch three short teasers for the documentary, which features excerpts of Eno’s original compositions, below. Rams, now 85, is known for his design theory and his consumer products with the ...

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'Early Man' Review: Animated Caveman-Soccer Comedy Shoots, Sort-Of Scores

Many eons ago, when the Earth was young and stop-motion dinosaurs battled tooth and tusk on the plains – let’s call it the pre-Pleistocene era – a meteor plummeted from the sky. The aftermath, known as the Cretaceous–Tertiary extinction, wiped out our giant-lizard friends; Early Man, the latest from the English animation house Aardman, suggests that an even bigger gamechanging ...

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