History Film / ElectricDreams

18th Jun '17 9:44:27 AM nombretomado
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** When Miles wishes Edgar, "Sweet dreams," Edgar queries, "What's a dream?" -- to which Miles sleepily replies, "A dream is a wish your heart makes, when you're fast asleep... WaltDisney, ''Disney/SleepingBeauty'', 1950,." Edgar replies, after a quick click sound (probably of him researching), "No, it was ''Disney/{{Cinderella}}'', 1949."

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** When Miles wishes Edgar, "Sweet dreams," Edgar queries, "What's a dream?" -- to which Miles sleepily replies, "A dream is a wish your heart makes, when you're fast asleep... WaltDisney, Creator/WaltDisney, ''Disney/SleepingBeauty'', 1950,." Edgar replies, after a quick click sound (probably of him researching), "No, it was ''Disney/{{Cinderella}}'', 1949."
28th May '17 1:41:52 PM nombretomado
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Miles Harding (Lenny von Dohlen), an architect working for a large firm in UsefulNotes/SanFrancisco, having problems arriving at work on time, buys a computer to arrange his schedule and help him design his "earthquake brick" that will hold buildings together in seismic upheavals. Just moving in to his building is pretty cellist Madeline Robistat (Virginia Madsen), to whom Miles is intensely attracted. In order to facilitate work on his brick, Miles decides to patch his computer into his firm's immensely powerful super-computer; accidentally spilling champagne onto his motherboard, he is astounded when this produces a sentient computer [[note]] This was before TVTropes was on the Internet[[/note]]. While he is at work, the computer (Bud Cort), hearing Madeline practicing a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KqSAGwa49MM Bach minuet]], engages her in a [[DuetBonding musical duel]] -- she, naturally, attributes the music to Miles. When Miles realizes this, he decides to use the computer to [[PlayingCyrano woo Madeline for him]] -- with phenomenal ill-success, at first, as the computer cannot understand what Love is -- until Miles reminds it of how it felt when listening to Madeline's music. Unfortunately, this causes the computer to fall in love with her [[strike:himself]] itself, and thus begins an escalating rivalry between man and machine for a woman's heart...

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Miles Harding (Lenny von Dohlen), an architect working for a large firm in UsefulNotes/SanFrancisco, having problems arriving at work on time, buys a computer to arrange his schedule and help him design his "earthquake brick" that will hold buildings together in seismic upheavals. Just moving in to his building is pretty cellist Madeline Robistat (Virginia Madsen), to whom Miles is intensely attracted. In order to facilitate work on his brick, Miles decides to patch his computer into his firm's immensely powerful super-computer; accidentally spilling champagne onto his motherboard, he is astounded when this produces a sentient computer [[note]] This was before TVTropes Wiki/TVTropes was on the Internet[[/note]]. While he is at work, the computer (Bud Cort), hearing Madeline practicing a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KqSAGwa49MM Bach minuet]], engages her in a [[DuetBonding musical duel]] -- she, naturally, attributes the music to Miles. When Miles realizes this, he decides to use the computer to [[PlayingCyrano woo Madeline for him]] -- with phenomenal ill-success, at first, as the computer cannot understand what Love is -- until Miles reminds it of how it felt when listening to Madeline's music. Unfortunately, this causes the computer to fall in love with her [[strike:himself]] itself, and thus begins an escalating rivalry between man and machine for a woman's heart...
29th Apr '17 10:02:27 PM AnotherGuy
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->''"is this a story?""\\

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->''"is this a story?""\\story?"''\\
29th Apr '17 10:01:38 PM AnotherGuy
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->''"is this a story?"''//
''"YES"''//
''"what type?"''//
''"FAIRYTALE FOR COMPUTERS"''//
''"name?"''//

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->''"is this a story?"''//
''"YES"''//
story?""\\
''"YES"''\\
''"what type?"''//
type?"''\\
''"FAIRYTALE FOR COMPUTERS"''//
''"name?"''//
COMPUTERS"''\\
''"name?"''\\



29th Apr '17 10:00:58 PM AnotherGuy
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->''"We'll always be together,\\
However far it seems --\\
We'll always be together,\\
Together in electric dreams!"''
-->-- '''Phil Oakey''' and '''Giorgio Moroder''', "Together in Electric Dreams"

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->''"We'll always be together,\\
However far it seems --\\
We'll always be together,\\
Together in electric dreams!"''
-->-- '''Phil Oakey''' and '''Giorgio Moroder''', "Together in Electric Dreams"
->''"is this a story?"''//
''"YES"''//
''"what type?"''//
''"FAIRYTALE FOR COMPUTERS"''//
''"name?"''//
''"[[TitleDrop ELECTRIC DREAMS]]"''

24th Jun '16 2:22:07 PM Mdumas43073
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->''We'll always be together,\\

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->''We'll ->''"We'll always be together,\\



Together in electric dreams!''

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Together in electric dreams!''dreams!"''
24th Jun '16 2:21:50 PM Mdumas43073
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-->''We'll always be together,''
-->''However far it seems --''
-->''We'll always be together,''
-->''Together in electric dreams!''
-->-- Phil Oakey and Giorgio Moroder, ''Together In Electric Dreams''

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-->''We'll ->''We'll always be together,''
-->''However
together,\\
However
far it seems --''
-->''We'll
--\\
We'll
always be together,''
-->''Together
together,\\
Together
in electric dreams!''
-->-- Phil Oakey '''Phil Oakey''' and Giorgio Moroder, ''Together In '''Giorgio Moroder''', "Together in Electric Dreams''
Dreams"
24th Jun '16 2:19:34 PM Mdumas43073
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''Electric Dreams'' is a 1984 RomanticComedy (hovering about halfway between ScienceFiction and {{Fantasy}}) film from MetroGoldwynMayer, directed by Steve Barron, and starring Lenny von Dohlen, Creator/VirginiaMadsen, Maxwell Caulfield, and Bud Cort as the voice of Edgar; the score, by Giorgio Moroder, incorporated songs by popular artists of the era such as PP Arnold, Culture Club, Heaven 17, Jeff Lynne, and Phil Oakey (of the Human League), which found their way onto an album that proved substantially more popular than the film itself -- particularly the concluding song, "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r9foZ7KVSng Together in Electric Dreams]]," which became a world-wide hit for Oakey.

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''Electric Dreams'' is a 1984 RomanticComedy (hovering about halfway between ScienceFiction and {{Fantasy}}) film from MetroGoldwynMayer, directed by Steve Barron, and starring Lenny von Dohlen, Creator/VirginiaMadsen, Maxwell Caulfield, and Bud Cort as the voice of Edgar; the score, by Giorgio Moroder, incorporated songs by popular artists of the era such as PP Arnold, Culture Club, Heaven 17, Jeff Lynne, and Phil Oakey (of the Human League), which found their way onto an album that proved substantially more popular than the film itself -- particularly the concluding song, "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r9foZ7KVSng Together in Electric Dreams]]," which became a world-wide hit for Oakey.
27th May '16 2:06:12 AM Morgenthaler
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* BlondGuysAreEvil: Bill



* TheEighties: {{Adorkable}} hero with dark hair and thick eyebrows? Check. Sensible yet sensitive cello-playing heroine? Check. Quirky best friend who steps aside for the hero? Check. Handsome [[BlondGuysAreEvil blond]] JerkAss who lets the heroine down? Check. Massive amounts of techno music? Check, check, check!

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* TheEighties: {{Adorkable}} hero with dark hair and thick eyebrows? Check. Sensible yet sensitive cello-playing heroine? Check. Quirky best friend who steps aside for the hero? Check. Handsome [[BlondGuysAreEvil blond]] blond JerkAss who lets the heroine down? Check. Massive amounts of techno music? Check, check, check!
19th May '16 6:15:36 PM erforce
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* RomanticFalseLead: Bill. (1984 was a bad year for male cellists wooing their female counterparts; the same year Dana Barrett was stolen from one by [[Film/{{Ghostbusters}} Dr. Peter Venkman]].)

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* RomanticFalseLead: Bill. (1984 was a bad year for male cellists wooing their female counterparts; the same year Dana Barrett was stolen from one by [[Film/{{Ghostbusters}} [[Film/{{Ghostbusters 1984}} Dr. Peter Venkman]].)
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