FAIR USE: CRITICISM – Powerful song too often forgotten.
Fair Use: Criticism – Sorry the video is so stupid.
Review: The video is stupid, cool song.
FAIR USE: CRITICISM – A haunting ballad.
FAIR USE: CRITICISM – The whole (album) is more than the sum of its parts (song).
FAIR USE: CRITICISM – “And I…feel like a new-born, kicking and screaming…”
FAIR USE: CRITICISM – Amazing!
FAIR USE: CRITICISM – Sounds great, and it has like, some *emotion* to it; apparently at least.
“I will FEEL…I WILL FEEL…”
FAIR USE: CRITICISM – “We are asleep. Our Life is a dream. But we wake up sometimes, just enough to know that we are dreaming.”
FAIR USE: CRITICISM – Peter Steele was laughing.
And, regarding the subject(s)(?):
“And, I must confess to a certain (unquote…hmmm…X) for you.”
FAIR USE: CRITICISM – “…I mean, look at him.”
FAIR USE: CRITICISM – Forever the “Cowbell Song” now, unfortunately.
I mean, I GOTTA have more cowbell as much as the next guy/girl, but this is actually a good song.
Her eyes would be closed the whole time, and her arm would move as smoothly and gently as the music washes over you.
As to what this song meant to her, the only hint would be the very faint smile in her eyes when she finally opened them; if you were watching very carefully…and even if you had no idea what it meant, you would know that it was completely without guile.
FAIR USE: CRITICISM – A brilliant ending to a very interesting movie.
The majesty, grandeur, power, sadness, and darkness without the scariness.
She’d find a way.
FAIR USE: CRITICISM – This clip is majestic, grand, powerful, sad, dark, and scary.
Without the beginning and ending, of course.
Though the ending is still one of the most touching and genuine displays of devotion – to one very easily abandoned, and for nothing in return – I’ve ever seen.
That’s true friendship.
FAIR USE: CRITICISM – A short display of the best actor in a fairly cheezy movie.
Shoulda been a hit, too.
Pretty sure the emotion is genuine. Justified? No idea.
But think of ‘Full Metal Jacket’:
“Private Joker’s silly and he’s ignorant, but he’s got guts, and guts is enough.”
FAIR USE: CRITICISM – Oh what a beautiful mourning.
FAIR USE: CRITICISM – Shoulda been a hit.
Just the intro, extended; the calm before the storm.
FAIR USE: CRITICISM – The best scene, IMPO, in a pretty good if slightly bloated movie.
FAIR USE: CRITICISM – The music in this scene, to me, captures the feeling of what is happening; especially at the ending.
Altered slightly, of course. But the main emphasis would be the joyous refrain – so it would be “composed” well into her character development, and at least partly as a tribute.
FAIR USE: CRITICISM – Uplifting music from a good – if slightly overrated – movie.
FAIR USE: CRITICISM – A good (portion of a) soundtrack from a great movie.
Without words, of course. If music can’t speak to you without words, you’re either dead or a zombie. But I digress…
Slight variations, adapting the piano into the violin playing, altering it to make it work but keeping the basic melody and structure.
FAIR USE: CRITICISM – A very moving song; a far superior remake of the original, in a good movie.
FAIR USE: CRITICISM – Music that moves (appropriately) slowly, building powerfully to/with the climax of the scene it accompanies.
*eyes closed, silence*
FAIR USE: CRITICISM – Good music from a mostly unknown (good) movie; worthy of a watch.
FAIR USE: CRITICISM – Pleasantly depressing until near the end, when it reaches up in a vain vocal attempt before falling back down again.
Sad, in a good way.
Even better if it didn’t REPEAT itself so much, though. D@MN.
FAIR USE: CRITICISM – Great song about the press.
“Are you gentlemen members of the press?”
“*I* used to be! But I didn’t do any pressing; I went through the pockets, sort of a dry-cleaning…”