Saddle up your horse, grab a bottle of whiskey and fire in the sky till it bloody bleeds. The greatest of the great, Ennio Morricone, has officially shot down an Oscar for the Best Original Score. We don’t need to discuss the movie! If you haven’t watched it yet, you’re doomed to die, out in the cold.
The maverick composer who returned after a long break of nearly four decades to embellish Tarantino’s eighth movie has landed this award for the first time in his entire career. However, back in 2007, he was conferred with the Academy Honorary Award for his spectacular contribution to the art of film music.
Oh yes, and this man has got all the reasons to be happy for his achievement.