When the first trailer for “La LaLand” hit the internet in March, I immediately thought of all the ways the film had so much going for it.
I’d seen previews and reviews of it and knew what I was getting into.
The script, written by Damien Chazelle and produced by Ryan Coogler, has some of the most original ideas I’ve ever seen in a film.
And it has some truly gorgeous visuals.
I’m going to say that the first two scenes of the film are my favorite in the entire movie, and the final two scenes are a little more subdued, but I’ve seen them all.
I love the way Chazels vision of the world has been able to transcend the constraints of the human condition.
The idea of “a white-collar woman struggling to make it as an actress, an immigrant, and an American in the 21st century” is a wonderful one, one that is both familiar and groundbreaking.
But in terms of the story and the characters, the best parts of the trailer are probably the final scenes, which have me so excited to see what comes next.
For the first time, a film like “La Laguie” will hit theaters with a soundtrack.
The score, by American composer/multi-instrumentalist Justin Hurwitz, was one of the highlights of the movie, giving the film a fresh feel that will help make “La Loaf” a perfect addition to your playlist.
Hurwitz has created some of my favorite music for movies and television, and I am thrilled to be part of his team at Disney.
I hope that “La Land” can continue to elevate Hurwitz’s music to a level where it will be appreciated by a wider audience.
As the director of “Maleficent,” the music he composed for the film is one of my all-time favorite movies.
I would have loved to hear more of his work for the first “LaLawn” trailer.
And while I’m sure Hurwitz can help create some great music for this film, the music of the trailers and trailers for “Malecon” and “Kong: Skull Island” have to be his favorite, as well.
The trailers for the next two films in the franchise, “Frozen” and, to a lesser extent, “Beauty and the Beast,” are great examples of Hurwitz bringing his music to the table.
“Fulcrum,” from the first film, is just a beautiful song that I loved so much that I thought I would sing it at the end of the second trailer, “La la la la.”
The “Lana Del Rey” soundtrack is also great.
I was thrilled to hear “Django Unchained” and to be a part of the soundtrack for the third “LaLa Land.”
I hope “LaLoaf” will continue to do well, because the music is the only thing that matters in this business.
It’s a very big responsibility to deliver something that is so beautiful and powerful.
If you’ve been to the trailers for either of the films, you’ll know that I really love the visuals in the trailer for the musical “La Luna.”
I am a big fan of the music in that film, but there are some parts of it that I don’t quite understand.
For example, the way the film sets up the dance in the closing credits of the opening is beautiful and elegant, but the way it transitions to a piano solo in the film’s final seconds is just kind of a mess.
It was very disorienting.
That’s one of those moments that I wish we had taken a little bit more time to figure out.
But if you’re just looking for a little piece of music to get you into the movie and to give you some visual cues about what’s going on, then there are also some beautiful piano cues that were included in the trailers.
“The Last Supper,” from “La Malecon,” is a beautiful piece that I love and that I think you’ll find in any movie that includes beautiful music.
The same goes for “Love & Mercy.”
I’m not a big classical music fan, but it really works for the trailer and the movie.
And then there’s the wonderful piece by James Blake called “Oceans.”
I love it.
That piece, by James, is a favorite of mine.
It has that great, cinematic feel that I’m always looking for when I’m looking for some kind of music.
And so for me, it’s just so satisfying to hear Blake’s music, to see it being played in the music theater at home and on stage, and to hear people sing along.
As a filmmaker, I think of myself as a music lover.
I love listening to music and seeing movies with music.
I also love watching music videos and music videos of music videos