Harry Potter & Indiana Jones

Harry Potter is a series of seven fantasy novels written by the British author J. K. Rowling. The books chronicle the adventures of a wizard, Harry Potter, and his friends Ronald Weasley and Hermione Granger, all of whom are students at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Dr. Henry Walton Indiana Jones, Jr. is a title character and the protagonist of the Indiana Jones franchise. 5.0/5

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These pops shows are fun. Been to Back to the Future, Indiana Jones and the Harry Potter series. Loo…
Young Sherlock Holmes has a lot to answer for. First realistic CGI and a definite influence on Harry Potter. Also dashes of Indiana Jones.
But just look at his work. Jaws, Indiana Jones, Jurassic Park, Superman, Harry Potter, Star Wars lol.
My cousin admitted to never having seen any Indiana Jones, Star Wars, Harry Potter or Lord of the Rings movies, what kind of life is that?
My dream is to see John Williams and the London Symphony live playing Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Harry Potter, Jurassic Pa…
I love when film soundtracks give me goosies. Like, James Bond, Harry Potter, Lord of the rings, Indiana Jones, Beverly Hills Chihuahua etc.
Indiana Jones, Ally Mcbeal and Harry Potter: what do they all have in common?
'Indiana Jones' praises famous Porto bookstore, chosen for world unveiling of new Harry Potter book
OMG Star Wars is just Harry Potter in Space. Star Trek is Indiana Jones in Space.
Why haven't I met anyone who likes Harry Potter, Star Wars, and Indiana Jones? they are all fantastic I don't get it
Has to be John Hurt: Alien, V for Vendetta, Harry Potter (2), Hellboy (2) and an Indiana Jones... and now in the new Tarzan too!
James Bond, Star Wars, and Indiana Jones are all better than Harry Potter.
I need a girl who can watch starwars, LOTH, Harry Potter, Indiana Jones and football/hockey + into video games and anime
Julian Glover is in Bond, Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Game of Thrones, and Harry Potter. Nerd King
Harry Potter > Godfather, Star Wars & Indiana Jones is just another add on to the list
Godfather, Start Wars & Indiana Jones dope, but I can't see how any of these 5 better than Harry Potter
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Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Harry Potter, Superman. What would we do without John Williams?
Professor Slughorn from Harry Potter also plays a professor in Indiana Jones bet u didn't know that!!!
How many Lego _ games are there? Harry Potter, Indiana Jones, Batman, Jurassic Park, and Star Wars?
God bless u John Williams for every beautiful music that you've (beautifully) made for Harry Potter, Star Wars, Jurassic Park, Indiana Jones
John Williams composed some of the greatest theme songs EVER... Star Wars, Jurassic Park, Indiana Jones, Harry Potter are ALL his joints.
All franchises are enriched by the presence of Julian Glover. Bond, Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Harry Potter.
What is pure bliss? Soft warm red blanket, Diet Papsi, Indiana Jones and the Crystal Skull, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows 2 and last channel viewed button on the remote!
Indiana Jones, Harry Potter and Pulp Fiction all on tv at the same time. Plus, I have a jetted bath. Possibly the best cross country hotel stop ever. Now, to manage all of this magic.
Indiana Jones, Harry Potter, Saw y Pirates of the carribean
Harry Potter marathon on Space, Indiana Jones marathon on History. What is a nerd going to do???
I have Halloween costumes and different masks for sale. Also have this hand made coffin. Coffin is about 6ft tall. The Yoda cardboard store display came out of the Lego store from 2005. Harry Potter costumes, Star Wars, Indiana Jones. Just let me know what size you need and I'll see if I have it. All costumes and masks are $10 each, the Yoda store display is $35, and the coffin is $50 obo . posted on other sites, can meet. Located in Erlanger.
So, I did a D&D Alignment quiz: You are 52.8% Good. You are 5.1% Chaotic. Alignment: Neutral Good You do the best good that a person could be expected to do. You are devoted to helping others. You are willing to work with authority figures, but you do not feel any particular allegiance to them. You are the stereotypical “Benefactor.” You believe in doing good without any particular bias for or against order. Examples of characters and people who fit into the same alignment as you include Mother Theresa, Ghandi, Gandalf, Indiana Jones, O-Bi-Wan Kenobi, Luke Skywalker, Harry Potter, Frodo Baggins, and the Dalai Lama.
Like zombies, Indiana Jones & Harry Potter? Well watch new episode 2 get your geeky fix! W/
Nicholas Cage is "Aragorn" in Lord of the Rings. Nicholas Cage is "Jack Sparrow" in Pirates of the Carribean. Nicholas Cage is "Snape" in Harry Potter. Nicholas Cage is "Obi-Wan Kenobi" in Star Wars. Nicholas Cage is "Shrek" in Shrek. Nicholas Cage is "Indiana Jones" in Indiana Jones. Nicholas Cage and John Travolta swap roles in Face Off.
The games I plan to plat PS3 1). Rayman Legends (70%) 2). Tour De France 100th Edition (63%) 3). Mini Ninjas (53%) 4). Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 (26%) And the last 5). F1 2013 (80%) this game I might leave it to the end. Ps Vita 1). LEGO Harry Potter: 5-7 Years 2). LEGO Batman 2: DC Superheroes 3). Lego Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures 4). LEGO Batman: The Videogame 5). LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game 6). Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars Yes I know the games for Ps Vita are these LEGO ones lol... I'm going to get them on father's day. What about you guys? :)
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LEGO Harry Potter, LEGO Marvel, Lego Indiana Jones... It's high time for LEGO Doctor Who and LEGO Game of Thrones.
I never really go to Ebay's homepage, but today I did and found it littered with suggestions for Harry Potter, Indiana Jones, Condorman, and Red Dwarf. Impressive, Ebay, but no Star Wars? Really?
Moses, David, Harry Potter, Indiana Jones, Han Solo, Ender Wiggin, Joshua, Samson...don't know if they're all "commanding"
Ok FB friends. How old does my son have to be before we watch: 1. Star Wars 2. Indiana Jones 3. Harry Potter ?
Well...I think I'm starting to feel human again. Stomach bug twice in one week? Ugh. Missed out on too much already! At least I've gotten to see the Harry Potter and Indiana Jones marathons. :-P
Ive never seen Indiana Jones, Lord of the Rings, Breaking Bad, and most of the Harry Potter movies.
Full size one sheet American movie poster for the amazing movie “The Untouchables” which is based on the true story of Al Capone and Elliot Ness. The poster has been signed by the 4 main characters, 3 of whom are Oscar Winners including one (Sean Connery) who won his Oscar for his role in this actual movie. The poster is signed by Hollywood legends, Robert DeNiro, Sean Connery, Kevin Costner and Andy Garcia. This is from my personal collection of signed memorabilia. I have dozens of other signed posters for sale including movies like Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, Bladerunner, Indiana Jones, E.T., Saving Private Ryan, The Shawshank Redemption, The Mexican, Total Recall, The Matrix, Terminator, Braveheart, Ocean’s Eleven, Leon (The Professional), Shrek, etc. I used to be the largest importer of signed movie posters in the UK and supplied TV shows like Bruce Forsyth’s The Price Is Right and Bid-up.TV, so you know you are getting a genuine autographed piece. Collection is from great San ...
Montage of Tony Stark, Jim Kirk, Indiana Jones, the Bride and Harry Potter to the monologue from Man of Steel. Shivers.
I am currently reading, 'Watership Down', & have John Hurt's voice stuck in my head. . .Y'see - for the neo-nerds out there - long before Hurt played the War Doctor, or had appeared in Indiana Jones or Harry Potter, Hurt was well known in fannish circles for his work in the late 70s & early 80s, having played Hazel in the animated 'Watership Down; as well as Aragorn in the animated Lord of the Rings, & Kane in Alien. Of course he's done a lot of other stuff as well, but this is as good a place as any for those who haven't seen too many of his films to start. . .
If someone wants to get me Lego Star Wars, Harry Potter, Indiana Jones, it Batman for my birthday I wouldn't be mad.
John Towner Williams (born February 8, 1932) is an American composer, conductor and pianist. He is considered to be one of the greatest film composers of all time. In a career spanning over six decades, he has composed some of the most popular and recognizable film scores in cinematic history, including Jaws, the Star Wars series, Superman, the Indiana Jones series, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, the first two Home Alone films, Hook, Jurassic Park, Schindler's List, Saving Private Ryan, the first three Harry Potter films, Catch Me If You Can, Memoirs of a Geisha, War Horse, and Lincoln. He has had a long association with director Steven Spielberg, composing the music for all but one (The Color Purple) of Spielberg's major feature length films. Other notable works by Williams include theme music for four Olympic Games, NBC Sunday Night Football, the NBC Nightly News, the Statue of Liberty's rededication, the television series Lost in Space and Land of the Giants, and the original, not as well known calypso-ba ...
Except number one, the rest are in no order. I tried doing my top ten films of all time.much harder than you think. Some of these are set in stone, some are not. 1. Rear Window 2. Hot Fuzz (Comedy) 3. The Empire Strikes Back (Sci-Fi) 4. Die Hard (Action) 5. Batman Mask of the Phantasm (Superhero) 6. Harry Potter part 7 (Fantasy) 7. Notting Hill (Romance) 8. The Departed/Goodfellas (Gangster) 9. Toy Story (Animated) 10. Indiana Jones and The Holy Grail (Adventure) 11. The Road Warrior (Apocalyptic) 12. A Christmas Carol (Holiday) 13. Scream (Horror) 14. Sweeney Todd (Musical) 15. Django/For a Few Dollars More (Western) 16. Infernal Affairs/The Killer (Foreign) 17. Pulp Fiction (Independent) 18. Goldfinger (Spy) 19. The Perks of Being a Wallflower (Teen) 20. Kill Bill (Samurai) Long status I know, but I'm interested in what you all think of my choices. Discuss!
I'm gonna talk about LEGO Marvel for a bit. I just want to, stay with me here. Specifically, what makes it the 'best' LEGO game? Well, for starters, lets take a look at every single franchise-specific LEGO game they have. We got DC Universe (Batman 1 and 2), we got Lord of the Rings (Soon to have The Hobbit), Star Wars (1, 2, Complete, 3), Harry Potter (1-4, 5-7), Indiana Jones (1 and 2), and Pirates of the Caribbean. First off. the Pirates one is by far the most lackluster of the entire group. It's working off of a good franchise, but levels are long and boring. Like, REALLY long and boring. I remember taking an hour to complete one level and I just gave up. I know, an hour isn't considered long, but this is a LEGO game, it's supposed to be short, sweet, to the point, that sort of thing, while also throwing good humor in, which it particularly lacked. Gameplay was boring, the hub was uniniteresting, and it just lacked everything. And then, Indiana Jones. Indiana Jones actually had an interesting story go ...
Julian Glover has been in Doctor Who, Star Wars, Indiana Jones, GoT, Harry Potter and James Bond. Not bad.
Harry Potter and Indiana Jones are *** lovers, I've seen it.
Ender's Game First off, I read the book and believe it was better than Hunger Games and maybe even Harry Potter, but I am a sci-fi nerd above any other genre, so advantage Ender's Game. (In other words, you must read this story!) As always, the book is better than the movie. But this novel was comparable in size to the Hunger Games, so a very plausible fit for the big screen with just one motion picture, unlike the Harry Potter novels, which could have benefited from two movies for every one book. The visual effects were excellent, as well as the acting, which you can never get a bad performance out of Viola Davis, Sir Ben Kingsley, and legendary Harrison Ford/Han Solo/Indiana Jones. (I absolutely love Ford and his characters by the way, if you could not tell. -now cue Star Wars music...) The child actors also did a fantastic job. The movie script barely deviates from the plot of the novel, changing minor details only to afford a 2-hour window of screen time. The tactics and exercises employed in ...
Am I the only one who refers to actors by the first role (or most memorable) in which I saw them? For example, Han Solo (or is it Indiana Jones) for Harrison Ford, Opie Cunningham (a nice mixture) for Ron Howard, Frodo for Elijah Wood, Harry Potter for Daniel Radcliffe, Snape for Alan Rickman...
I really need to start exercising regularly. Or I could watch TV. Oh there's a Harry Potter marathon & an Indiana Jones marathon...
Julian Glover is the ultimate geek actor: Doctor Who, Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Harry Potter, Game of Thrones. Plus, he was in King Ralph.
Here's my list of who people could be funny (and good) as...!!! hehe.. Hooray for Hollywood. Sarah Kinsman as Austin Powers, Jem Partridge as Batman and Andrew Laird as Robin, Carl Wilson as charlie Chaplin, Lucy Lockyer as Marylin Monroe, Anita Zajácz as Lara Croft, Frances Meskill as wonderwoman, Cathy Wenman as The adams family woman Morticia, whatever her name is! Kali Burton as Catwoman, Nick Mitchell as Edward scissorhands, (no more tags available!)... Marcela as Sandy (Grease) and Ash as Danny, Sam as Indiana Jones, Ewa as Maid Marion, Chrissie as Betty Boop, Keith as Harry Potter, Lee as a ghostbuster, Chris as Darth Vader, Dee as Princess Leia, Caro as Snow White, Tina as Cleopatra, and Miranda as Jack Sparrow (or failing that, the biscuit barrell that appeared in Close Encounters).. Who have i missed... ahhh, Tony, yep, MR T... (The A-Team) SORTED! Must have missed someone...??? xx
Help me out! I'm trying to think of movie/book trilogies that tell one complete story, split into three parts. Star Wars (well, twice), The Matrix, Lord of the Rings, Hunger Games... what else? I'm setting aside those trilogies that don't have a solid overall continuing story (Iron Man, Indiana Jones, things like that). I'm also curious about duologies and series with more than three parts, but that have definitive beginnings and endings - Harry Potter, for example, but for the moment, I'm trying to come up with a list of trilogies.
Excellent, excellent film music concert tonight with the CBSO, Mark Kermode and Jim Broadbent - fantastic! Mary Poppins, Indiana Jones, The Mikado, Harry Potter, the Exorcist and more! Brilliant! :D
Film scores from Harry Potter, Indiana Jones, Mary Poppins... by the CBS Orchestra, presented by Mark Kermode & Jim Broadbent.
Perpetual Calendars These are glass calendars that allow you to use a dry erase marker to fill out a calendar for each month, leaving space to write due dates, reminders, and anything else you so desire. These calendars erase completely. I’ve had my personal calendar on my wall for over eight months and it still looks new! So far I have made: a Lion King calendar, the Little Mermaid, and Mickey Days of the Week. I have Doctor Who, Harry Potter, Indiana Jones, Beauty and the Beast, and vintage game - themed ones in the work. You may choose a calendar that I have already pre-made for $35 or choose to custom design your own. Your options for this calendar are: - frame (available in black or silver) - colors for the days (35 max - you may say greens or blues or you may identify each color you want) - theme (this will determine what stickers or decals I will use) - Decals I use for days of the week (Mickey, goes with your color scheme, etc) - background (type of poster board I will use)
Filming some highlights of The International Makeup Artists Trade Show at Kensignton Olympia Hall in London from 21st and 23rd June. IMATS is also held every year in Los Angeles, Vancouver, Toronto, and New York. The most prominent guests of this year IMATS were: Mark Coulier who won an Achievement in Makeup Oscar for his work on The Iron Lady. His work includes such films as Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, X-Men: First Class, Star Wars: Episode II—Attack of the Clones, The Fifth Element and the newest feature film World War Z; Nick Dudman, BAFTA Award-winner, whose work includes visuals for Harry Potter films, including make-up effects and animatronics. His other credits: The Mummy Returns, Interview with the Vampire, The Last of the Mohicans, Alien 3, Batman, Labyrinth, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Willow, Star Wars: Episode VI: Return of the Jedi and many others. I interviewed him for the first time at IMATS 2011. Neill Gorton’s career spanning more than two decades. He has designed m ...
There're many box office hitting films, based on Secret Societies. Like Angles and Demons, From *** National Treasure, The Birth of a Nation, Mississippi Burning, The Skulls and the list goes on! Newspaper articles , Literary and Historical records, even Comic books have introduced us with Secret Societies, such as- 'Advanced Idea Mechanics' (A.I.M.) and 'HYDRA' by Marvel Comics, 'Dumbledore's Army' and 'Death Eaters' from Order of the Phoenix, in the Harry Potter series by J. K. Rowling, 'Brotherhood of the Cruciform Sword' from Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade and many more. One year ago, Ritwik told me about the name of Illuminati group, and from that day I have a big interest in Secret Societies! And one day I came to know about the Nine Unknown Men, the first secret society of the globe, belongs to India! According to occult lore, the Nine Unknown Men are a two millennia-old secret society founded by the Indian Emperor Asoka 273 BC. At the sight of the Kalinga massacre Asoka was overcome and r ...
Going to see John Williams in concert tonight! (The dude who wrote the Harry Potter, Indiana Jones, E.T. and Home Alone soundtracks) EXCITED
A stuntman wearing a wingsuit invented by Tony Uragallo jumped from a helicopter and plunged 731 meters (almost half a mile) before crashing into a stack of cardboard boxes. Reaching speeds of 130 kilometers an hour (80 miles per hour), Gary Connery became the first person to fall from the sky and land without using a parachute. "The landing was so comfortable, so soft - my calculations obviously worked out and I'm glad they did," said the 42-year-old Connery, who has performed stunts in the Harry Potter, James Bond, Indiana Jones and Batman films. Thousands gathered in a field in Oxfordshire, England to witness the event. The crash site was a runway of 18,600 cardboard boxes stacked 45 ft wide, 12 ft high and 350 ft in length. “We thought it was crazy. It's one of the most amazing things I've ever seen in my life” commented renowned U.S. skydiver Jeb Corliss noting that Connery plunged headfirst into the landing. "He is obviously totally bonkers. I'm relieved it's all over," remarked his wife Vivienn ...
And nowww it's time to start working on a Lego Batman/Harry Potter video. Or perhaps Indiana Jones...not sure yet
I...umm...it...amaz...ep. Ah *** There are just no words for the John Williams concert I just experienced. Lineup included: The Cowboys Overture, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Suite from Harry Potter (three movements), ET, Hooray for Hollywood (played right along with old film clips), Opening Chase from Indiana Jones: Last Crusade (clip commentary and then played live with movie), The People's House from Lincoln (never before played to a live audience), Suite from Star Wars (three movements). For encore: Theme from Schindler's List, Olympic Spirit (1988 Olympic Theme played to Olympic clips), and the Indiana Jones Theme. Ok phew, I think I got it all! I nerded out, had some tears, remembered what it was like to be a kid watching some of these films for the first time, and fell in love all over again.
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Fun Fact: Stephen Spielberg director of Indiana Jones, Jurassic Park, Jaws, ET, Close Encounters of a Third Kind, and many more great films, was originally set to direct The Sorcerer's/Philosopher's Stone, he had to turn it down however when his close friend Stanley Kubrik, director of films like Eyes Wide Shut, A Clockwork Orange, 2001: A Space Odyssey, The Shining, and again, many other great film, passed away, and willed him his last film, A.I., which had yet to start production. Other Fun Fact: Chris Columbus the actual director of Sorcerer's/Philosopher's Stone, had been trying hard to get a Spider-Man movie under production, however when Spielberg left production on Harry Potter, Columbus jumped right on board. The original Spider-Man movie however would go on to be released a year after AI and Harry Potter, directed by a guy named Sam Raimi who's previous credits were films such as Darkman and the Evil Dead trilogy. Cedric \m/
Now: Indiana Jones -The kingdom of the Crystal Skull and after that Harry Potter - The half-blood prince.
RTÉ Cork Proms - Beyond the Stars: The John Williams Collection. An evening of instantly recognizable scores like Star Wars, Indiana Jones, E.T. Harry Potter, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, War Horse, Superman, Jurassic Park, Schindler’s List, Munich and many more! Cant wait for this on May 1st.
BORN TODAY February 8th: (Don't forget to check out our ON THIS DAY IN MUSIC which is also on this site and LIKE the AMERICANA MUSIC FOUNDATION to get your daily posts of daily history) 1919: Buddy Morrow, born Muni Zudekoff, aka Moe Zudekoff (Feb. 8, 1919 – Sept. 27, 2010), American trombonist and bandleader. At one point he was a member of the Tonight show Band. He conducted the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra for over 30 years all the way up to Friday September 24, 2010 (he died 3 days later, Monday morning at his home). In 2008 his musical career was highlighted by the Orlando Jazz Orchestra. Morrow was presented with the International Trombone Association’s Lifetime Achievement Award during the concert. Morrow was 91 years old at the time of his death. 1932: John Williams, acclaimed conductor and composer and a pianist. He has composed many film scores including Star Wars, Jaws, Indiana Jones, Superman, and the first three Harry Potter to name a few. His career has spanned over six decades. He has ...
== January 22 Geek Birthdays == » Diane Lane (Martha Kent in Man of Steel, Judge Hershey in Judge Dredd) » John Hurt (The Dragon (voice) on Merlin, Ollivander in Harry Potter, Professor Oxley in Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, Adam Sutler in V for Vendetta, Trevor "Broom" Bruttenholm in Hellboy, Spaceballs, Kane in Alien) » Michael Kopsa (Captain Windmark on Fringe, Samukai (voice) on Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu, Watchmen, Fantastic Four, Stargate SG-1) » Linda Blair (Regan MacNeil in The Exorcist) » Olivia d'Abo (Luminara Unduli (voice) on Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Jane (voice) on The Legend of Tarzan, Princess Jehnna in Conan the Destroyer) » Balthazar Getty (Thomas Grace on Alias, Richard Montana on Charmed, Ralph in Lord of the Flies) » Piper Laurie (Margaret White in Carrie) » Bill Bixby (1934–1993) (Dr David Bruce Banner on The Incredible Hulk, Tim O'Hara on My Favorite Martian)
*sigh* Today's rant (aka, get out while you can if you don't feel like listening to me gripe.) Bad film adaptations of books are a pet peeve of mine. Just in general. I just watched what is probably one of the worst ones I've ever personally seen, but it was kind of my own fault. Let me explain: I love Clive Cussler. He's an amazingly talented writer, admittedly a bit long winded at times for most people, but if you like Indiana Jones-meets-Jacques Cousteau-meets-007 kinda stuff, he's amazing. He combines technical detail about a subject he's very interested and knowledgeable in (Oceanographic history) with action and intrigue quite well to my mind. Thus, when I heard JUST how much he hated the movie adaptation made of one of his books (Sahara) to the point of SUING the producer for not giving him final approval on the script, I should have known better. Why must people keep MAKING these godawful adaptations? Things like Harry Potter and any number of other book based films have PROVEN that movies b ...
Photo: My tumblr dashboard is severely lacking in Harry Potter, Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Hunger Games, and...
Pretty good haul this Christmas: Dark Knight trilogy; Indiana Jones collection; Willy Wonka; slowly switching Harry Potter to Blu-Ray (2 left).
As part of the 18th Annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards, we’re asking fans to cast a vote for their favorite film franchise. From Twilight to Harry Potter, from Star Trek to Indiana Jones, we have the 10 greatest film franchises in Hollywood history.
My Top Twenty Movie villains of all Time. 20. Main terrorist from Air Force One. 19. Alec Trevelyan from Goldeneye. 18. Jadis, The White Witch from The Chronicles of Narnia. 17. Mewtwo from the original Pokemon movie. 16. Venom from Spider Man 3. 15. Michael Myers from the original Halloween. 14. Freddy Kruger from the older Nightmare on Elm Street movies. 13. Professor Ratigan from The Great Mouse Detective. 12. Judge Doom from Who Framed Roger Rabbit? 11. Norman Bates from the original Psycho. 10. Donavon from Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade. 9. The Joker from Tim Burton's Batman. 8. Khan from Star Trek 2: Wrath of Khan. 7. Entei from Pokemon 3. 6. Count Dooku from Star Wars. 5. Wicked Witch of The West from Wizard Of Oz. 4. Dr.Evil from the Austin Powers movies. 3. Bellatrix Lestrange from the Harry Potter movies. 2. Scar from Lion King. 1. Darth Vader from Star Wars.
My all time favorite modern composers: Hans Zimmer and John Williams. Why? Between the two of them they have composed/arranged the music to Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Harry Potter, Saving Private Ryan, Home Alone, Superman, Hook, the modern day Olympic Fanfare, E.T., Jaws, Gladiator, Pirates of the Caribbean, Narnia, The Batman Trilogy (Nolan), Spirit, Inception, The Lion King, Sherlock Holmes, The Last Samurai, Crimson Tide, The Da Vinci Code, and more. All good movies, all epic soundtracks.
You know that your morning will start off okay when John Williams comes on your Pandora film score station. What would I do without Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Jaws, or Harry Potter music?
Just watched the Classic Brit Awards. Amazing night of music and talent. The best part was the music of John Williams who won a Lifetime Achievement Award. He wrote the music to so many blockbusters - Indiana Jones, ET, Schindler's List, Close Encounters, Stars Wars, Harry Potter, Saving Private Ryan, Superman, War Horse etc, etc. What a catalogue. The film music of John Wiilliams would make a great CD. What would we do without music in our lives.
Why the Classics and Anthro Majors Rock! Professors frequently reference The Lord of the Rings by 1. Always referring to our planet as Middle Earth. 2. Calling any tall structure Mordor. 3. Calling any acropolis Helms Deep. 4. Saying that we are, in a way, the evolutionary decent of Hobbits. 5. Singing the song from Wizard of Oz during the Emerald City to explain Greek society. Other frequent movies mentioned as learning material are Harry Potter, Alien, Indiana Jones and Cabin in the Woods, just to name a few. Oh yeah, I am so in the right major! References I actually get
Ok friends! Here's the deal. I have the 3 days after Christmas off, plus the weekend gives me 5 days to get in all the John Williams movies I can! I have Star Wars episodes 4-6, all 8 Harry Potter movies, all 3 Jurassic Parks, all 4 Indiana Jones, Stepmom, Hook, and Saving Private Ryan. I am just wondering, for those of you who live close enough, if you would be willing to let me borrow any John Williams movies you may have?!
After all these years, I just found out that my husband has never seen Snow White, Cinderella, Forrest Gump, Indiana Jones (any of them), or any of the Harry Potter movies. But he has seen the Wiz a bazillion times. I need to work on this.
Ok. I want some advice. Which John Williams marathon should I begin: Harry Potter, Indiana Jones, Star Wars or Jurassic Park?
A fantastic time at the Eugene Symphony last night -- the legendary John Williams, composer of "Star Wars", "E.T.", "Harry Potter", "Close Encounters" and "Indiana Jones", was there to conduct the orchestra through all those themes and more! He's eighty years old but you wouldn't know it to watch him conduct. A night of kick *** movie music performed live is what I've needed after these last few weeks. J-DUBS RULES!!
Went to the John Williams/Eugene Symphony concert last night. It was amazing! Someone needed to pinch me to let me know I was really there. Everything we heard was so exciting. We heard tunes from Harry Potter, Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Close Encounters, Superman, Fiddler on the Roof, etc. The violinist Bing Wang was awesome. What a fantastic evening! It was then topped of with a smashing win by the Oregon Ducks football team (OR 49 - AZ 0)!
If you don't know who John Williams is then have a movie marathon with Star Wars, Jaws, Indiana Jones & Harry Potter just to start.
Fanboy's Dream! Great evening of music with Yakima Symphony Orchestra celebrating the birthday and music of John Williams! Music composer for films Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Jurassic Park, ET, Jaws, Harry Potter, etc. !!!
I may not like the new Doctor much but I do like the references to other SciFi/Fantasy movies in the Dinosaurs on a Spaceship episode. Harry Potter, Jurassic Park, The Fifth Element with a bit of Indiana Jones. I admit it. I'm a geek and I'm proud of it.
Some people may not know this, but John Williams, famous composer of the themes for Star Wars, Superman, Indiana Jones, and Harry Potter, made the theme for Sunday Night Football on NBC.
Just got back from an Amazing night.Got to See John Williams palying songs from his movies: Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Tin Tin, Memoirs of a Geisha, Hook, Schindler's List, ET, Superman, Fiddler on the Roof, Olympic Anthem.wish he had played Harry Potter and Jurassic Park but nothing beats seeing movie clips with live music and tons of people pulling out light sabers for every Star Wars song!!! JUST AWESOME
At the end of this month, Jared and I will be celebrating our 10-year anniversary in LA watching composer John Williams conduct the LA Symphony!!! He composed the scores to Star Wars (a 14-hour total length score) Harry Potter, Jurassic Park, Indiana Jones (old and new), E.T., Saving Private Ryan, Memoirs of a Geisha, The Adventures of Tintin, Warhorse and many others! This 80 year old is an absolute genious and continues to compose for movies; his next movie being "Lincoln" coming out this November! Thank you, Heather, for coming to watch our kids and to Jared for making it happen!!! I am so excited!
Blossom Music Center. Join us on a trip to Blossom Music Center in Akron to enjoy a tribute to composer John Williams... "Star Wars, Jaws, Harry Potter, E.T., Indiana Jones, Jurassic Park, Schindlers List, just to name a few. Sunday, August 12, 2012 at 7pm... Lawn tickets are $20 - children under 18 on lawn free... Post or email if interested in joining us.
Top 10 Movie sequels & prequels Hollywood needs to let go: 10. Star Wars 9. Ice Age 8. Nightmare on Elm Street 7. Friday the 13th 6. Halloween 5. Indiana Jones 4. Pirates of the Caribbean 3. Saw 2. Step It Up 1. Final Destination (Just Stop It Already) There are DEFINITELY more, but these are what I could think of at the top of my head and I didn't include movies where there were obviously more sequels due to different books such as Twilight and Harry Potter although Twilight is an Abomination to filmmaking.
Gary Oldman is the Harrison Ford of our generation. Harry Potter and Batman > Star Wars and Indiana Jones. Yeah...i said it.
What do Star Wars, Jaws, Harry Potter, Jurassic Park, War Horse, E.T., Indiana Jones, Home Alone and Valley of the Dolls have in common? P.S. Can you name another?
The World Premiere of Revenge of the Dark Side, starring Lego versions of Indiana Jones, Harry Potter, Anakin Skywalker and Darth Vadar was a huge success in Erin Brown's classroom today! I'm so grateful I had the chance to work on this project with some wonderful 3rd grade boys!
Just finished watching "Midway", and notice John Williams wrote the music. Had to check to see what all he did the music for, and turns out he pretty much wrote the music to everything. Indiana Jones, Star Wars, The Patriot, Harry Potter, Saving Private Ryan, Schindler's List, Jurassic Park, Home Alone, ET, Midway, Cowboys, Heidi, Gilligan's Island, Wagon Train, and many many more. Was very supprised to find out his first movie was Daddy-O, a movie so bad it was used on Mystery Science Theater.
Final Thought for the evening: I was thinking recently, and by recently I mean 10 minutes ago, I was thinking of how some people, famous actors, are known more by the roles that they play than by their real life names. Daniel Radcliffe as Harry Potter, Sean Connery as James Bond. I sort of fell bad for them. But you know who I feel REALLY bad for? Han Solo, oh, I mean Harrison Ford. But what he's really famous for will be his legacy, the "Indiana Jones" saga.He will be known forever as that character. I feel so bad. there are so many more roles that he could've played. He doesn't even really act, he punches an occasional bad guy and says the dialogue. BUT HE'S SUCH A GOOD ACTOR!! Don't ask me why I thought this. I am a mere vessel, as George Carlin would say.
saw these cute little girls in DataBlitz today, they asked the saleslady in a very cute voice "Do you have any PS3 games for little girls?" I was happy the saleslady showed her some PS Move Game and also Little Big Planet. :) The one thing that shocked me was that she recognized Indiana Jones, Star Wars and Harry Potter and was excited to play it. But sadly she was too young pa. My faith in the next generation has never been restored :)
Maitland Symphony Orchestra’s next concert “Once Upon A TIME…” will be at The First Presbyterian Church of Maitland on Sunday, May 20th at 7:30 p.m. You will enjoy music on the “light side” from Harry Potter to Indiana Jones to the Pink Panther. The evening’s adventures will take you to the “wild si...
I have experienced a lot of disappointing endings in my life, most notably in the pop culture realm; Arrested Development (although redemption is looming), Harry Potter (that epilogue still stings), Scott Pilgrim, Firefly, Flight of the Conchords, just to name a few. I have also seen many properties I love wear out their welcome and become souless shadows of their former selves; 30 Rock, The Office, Indiana Jones (I can't ignore Crystal Skull), Fables, Wilco (Yeah, I said it). Friday Night Lights managed to avoid both of those pitfalls and ended its impressive run with a solid, fairly emotional episode. Were the last two seasons weaker than the first three? Absolutely. Do I regret watching them? No. They just make me appreciate what I had with the first three seasons even more. And there were some pretty good episodes in there, but I never connected with that cast as much as I did the original and as such, I found myself watching mostly for the occasional reappearence of someone from the first three seaso ...
No, he didn't. It was Christophe Beck. John Williams did Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Jurassic Park, Harry Potter(1-3), etc. lol ;)
neatorama.com - Aside from being located in one of the most fabulous cities in the world, Disneyland Paris has a lot of other features which make a native Southern Californian like myself very jealous indeed-their Indiana Jones ride has a loop, an adult worthy rollercoaster based on Finding Nemo, an...
John Williams (wrote the film score for a buttload of movies, just to name a few- in case you're not familiar of who he is. All 6 Star Wars films, all Indiana Jones films, first 2 Jurassic Park films, first 3 Harry Potter films) or Howard Shore's Lord Of The Rings film score???
Jeannie and I went to ur first symphony concert together in years. We used to be regulars for that sort of thing. The concert was a tribute to John Williams and his movie soundtracks. We heard various themes from "The Cowboys," "Harry Potter," "Star Wars," "Schindler's List," "Indiana Jones," and "Saving Private Ryan." But is a John Williams concert really complete without the themes from "Jaws" and "Superman?"
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