October, 20th 2016
Maggie's Plan album description:In this film Julianne Moore plays very eccentric lady, who is married to a man-writer (rather narcissistic and self-centered, it must be admitted), in whom the protagonist falls in love. She also creates a sort of a plan, following which, the present-day his wife will become the former, and they will be together with him. There is also a second-plan role played by Australian Travis Fimmel, which is known to series fans as the powerful Konung Ragnar Lodbrok from the series Vikings, where he quite skillfully plays King of the Vikings in the 9th century B.C., which was the scourge of medieval England and France. However, the main roles here went to Greta Gerwig and Ethan Hawke.
Soundtrack to the motion picture is pretty positive, consisting entirely of songs that are of sunny mood. A striking example is the Hey Sparrow in the genre of psychedelic pop. Behind it, keeps up Man in the Street by Don Drummond – the singer, who died young, having been noted only by a few catchy compositions in his life. Bruce Springsteen is a pleasant bonus for anyone who was born in the U.S.A. – the title of one of his most popular songs that the post-Soviet audience may have heard in the comedy series ALF, in the scene where Lynn Tanner guesses this song on the radio with Alf, and then he, who couldn’t guess it, was joking that ‘no wonder I didn’t know this song’. Thin and funny – he was not indeed born in the USA.
Here there is one instrumental song that has no lyrics – Musical Communion. Dancing in the Dark, on the contrary, wins with its lyrics, presenting the same vigor as the rest of this wonderful content of this rejuvenating composition. Groove to the Beat represents another genre – reggae – thus allowing to say that each composition performed in its own genre. The rest are of pop, jazz, rock and ska. Reference: Find "Maggie's Plan" profile on IMDb and Rotten Tomatoes
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Classic Disney Kiss The Girl
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High School Musical Somewhere Over The Rainbow
The Wizard Of Oz Pure Imagination
Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory Still Hurting
The Last 5 Years Almost There
Princess and the Frog