pesco at September 24th, 2013 13:27 — #1
scalveg at September 24th, 2013 13:44 — #2
A quite interesting fact about the soundtrack: the composers, Louis and Bebe Barron, were not members of the musicians union, so they could only be credited with 'Electronic Tonalities', not the score or music. Also, the film was not considered for an Oscar for the soundtrack.
bloo at September 24th, 2013 14:26 — #3
"Commander, there's a problem with the robot!"
"With the robot?! What is it?"
"That's that big machine with the dome on top and the tracks on the bottom, but don't worry about that now.... "
markdow at September 24th, 2013 14:45 — #4
A robot partly inspired by Norbert Wiener's next book (1950/54), "The Human Use of Human Beings":
Human Use argues for the benefits of automation to society. It analyzes the meaning of productive communication and discusses ways for humans and machines to cooperate, with the potential to amplify human power and release people from the repetitive drudgery of manual labor, in favor of more creative pursuits in knowledge work and the arts. He explores how such changes might harm society through dehumanization or subordination of our species, and offers suggestions on how to avoid such risks.
dug1138 at September 24th, 2013 14:53 — #5
Shenanigans! Track #13 was recorded by Krell musicians a half a million years ago!
dreamboatskanky at September 24th, 2013 15:12 — #6
I just want to tell you both good luck. We're all counting on you.
dr_bombay at September 24th, 2013 15:36 — #7
i saw this this year at the black rock bijou at burning man. it was a perfect way to see it -- granted, the sound wasn't working, so we couldn't hear the soundtrack, and had to make up the dialogue, but it was still a great experience.
felton at September 24th, 2013 15:48 — #8
Surely you can't be serious!
spunkytws at September 24th, 2013 15:50 — #9
I am. And don't call me Shirley.
eark_the_bunny at September 24th, 2013 16:56 — #10
The sounds of the soundtrack are remarkably similar to sounds NASA got from radio emissions from the planet Saturn. Saturn And 'Forbidden Planet' Movie Share Music
kaleberg7 at September 25th, 2013 21:05 — #11
Every space opera movie since Forbidden Planet has been just a lame remake. That movie was amazing, and even more amazing for its era. Of course, it was based on a play by WIlliam Shakespeare, but he didn't have the digital tonalities and the Disney special effects.
pesco at September 29th, 2013 13:27 — #12
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