Blue Valentine (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) is a special get for Grizzly Bear fans as this music is a rare release and available on vinyl for the first time on limited edition (only a pressing of 2,000) blue vinyl. Also featured is a bonus track of Ryan Gosling singing from the film and music by Department of Eagles and Penny & the Quarters.
A Rolling Stone article features the Derek Cianfrance-directed Blue Valentine film on a list of “most earth-shaking sexual moments” for Millennials! Watch the Academy Award®-nominated film again and own the soundtrack to this incredibly romantic film starring Academy Award® nominees Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams!
The Weinstein Company presents BLUE VALENTINE, available now on Blu-ray/DVD (get it here) and on VOD (rent it on iTunes).
Now that the Academy Awards has come and gone, Indiewire published a list of The 50 Best Films Of The Decade So Far, according to their editorial staff. Lakeshore Records released the soundtracks to three of the films on this list: Drive(score by Cliff Martinez), Nightcrawler(score by James Newton Howard), The Tree of Life(score by Alexandre Desplat), plus an honorable mention for Blue Valentine(score by Grizzly Bear). Did all of your favorite films make the list? Which ones would you like to see? Read the full story at Indiewire.
Ryan Gosling sure knows how to steam things up. Do you remember that amazing elevator kiss scene from Drive? Ryan Gosling‘s “Driver” character gives “Irene” (Carey Mulligan) a prolonged, passionate kiss right before he saves the day by bashing a bad guy’s face in. Gosling fans seeking more hotness from him will not be disappointed in Blue Valentine (watch it now on Netflix). The Blue Valentine Soundtrack features great music by Grizzly Bear, Department of Eagles, Penny & the Quarters, and a bonus track by Ryan Gosling himself.
We are incredibly saddened by the loss of Philip Seymour Hoffman. We send our thoughts and prayers to his friends, family and loved ones. We were fortunate to have released the albums to two of his films. He was a great talent and he will be missed.