He’s probably the most consistently popular filmmaker in history, as well as one of the most divisive – and he’s also got two new movies out this Christmas. Steven Spielberg’s patented blend of awed faces, childlike wonder, and daddy issues come roaring back to the big screen for the first time since Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull with the equine WWI adventure War Horse and the long-gestating Hergé adaptation The Adventures of Tintin. We scored early looks at both films, and SOS contributor and resident Spielberg superfan Michael Ryan joins us to measure the Spielbergocity.
John Williams – “The Adventures Of Tin Tin Credit Theme”
Young Blood – “Naked and Famous”