If you like movies, and have any interest at all in the music behind the movies, you owe it to yourself to hear film scores performed live by an orchestra. Last night K and I attended yet another spectacular performance of film music by the Colorado Symphony Orchestra lead by resident conductor Scott O'Neil. Scores from Rocky, Chariots of Fire, Harry Potter, Downton Abbey, Jurassic Park, Star Wars, and others were featured. I loved them all, as only a guy that owns around 2000 motion picture and television soundtracks could. But I tell you what: just as we listen to Mozart today, two hundred years from now, as people go about their humdrum boring mundane lives towing comets from the Oort cloud to their homes in the asteroid belt, they'll be listening to the scores of John Williams.