There are so many reasons to love the Star Wars films, but one reason that ranks high on our list is the epic music and scores. While we’ve already seen The Force Awakens multiple times, we want even more (we love the new “Resistance March”). We figure the best way to keep the Force strong within us is to listen to the music as much as possible until we can head to theaters to see it again.
Metropolis (1927) - This has to be one of the coolest posters I've ever seen. But then Fritz Lang was a genius.
"During the Bush era I was often asked whether I had written The MoonQuest as a metaphor for the then political situation. In truth, the book had its genesis a decade earlier and I wrote it with no conscious political agenda. Yet readers around the world still find echoes in it of their own national situation. It's a story that transcends time and place, a "true" fantasy for our time...and all times!" – Mark David Gerson • http://www.themoonquest.com • Soon to be an epic film!
Barabbas is a 1961 religious epic film expanding on the career of Barabbas, from the Christian Passion narrative in the Gospel of Mark and other gospels. The film stars Anthony Quinn as Barabbas, features Silvana Mangano, Katy Jurado, Arthur Kennedy, Harry Andrews, Ernest Borgnine, Vittorio Gassman, and Jack Palance, and was distributed by Columbia Pictures. It was conceived as a grand Roman epic, was based on Nobel Prize-winning Pär Lagerkvist's 1950 novel of the same title.