MGM March 03 line up Incl 1984 & Ken Russel's Women in Love amongst other greats

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    Too bad Europa Europa is non-anamorphic.
     
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    Women in Love, Equus & 1984
    3 more fullscreen Lasers I can retire!!!
     
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    Although i love the Eurythmics' music in the film, I wonder if 1984 will have an alternate soundtrack with Dominic Muldowney's complete original score. I highly doubt it, but i can dream, can't i? [​IMG]
    From http://www.filmtracks.com/titles/1984.html :
    "The score, which had promised to greatly enhance the film after its use in the theatrical trailers, ultimately became the largest controversy surrounding the film. The producers, against the wishes of the director, decided to scrap most of Muldowney's score in the film and replace it with pop songs by the popular 80s synth group Eurythmics. Needless to say, the inconsistency this caused in the music for the film was a substantial reason for the audiences' cold response to the film."
     
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    Definitely some interesting titles on this list, but considering MGM's hit-and-miss track record, I'll eagerly await some reviews before shelling out any dough.
     
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    Are we never going to get Billy Wilder's One Two Three?
     

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