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Cre/ation - The Early Years 1967 - 1972 (2016) with Doctor Strange (2016)

bulletproposed by Andrew Wendland in Dec. 2016
bulletconfirmed by Andrew Wendland in Feb. 2017
bulletadded on 16.04.17
bulletsync length = movie length (approx. 1 hour 55 minutes)
bulletstart CD Disc 1 at the beginning when the red background appears, which eventually forms into the Marvel Studios logo
bulletcontinue with CD Disc 2 until the end of the movie

16.04.17 - My intuition was right again:  Pink Floyd's compilation "Cre/ation - The Early Years 1967 - 1972" syncs with the film "Doctor Strange."  Give it a try.  It has several great moments.  Also, I wonder if the title is an answer to the sync debaters main question:  Are the syncs a series of coincidences or intentional creations?

21.12.16 - The biggest Pink Floyd news lately has been the release on 11.11.16 of their mega box set of their early years.  More importantly to the movie sync enthusiasts is the 2-Disc compilation "Cre/ation - The Early Years 1967 - 1972" released on the same day, which happened to fall on my 11th Wedding Anniversary.  Ever since these were announced I've been thinking about what potential movies could be the target for this project.  If they were looking back at their history, would they choose a movie from back then or a more modern movie with some kind of connection to their past.  Interestingly enough I do believe there is a modern film that falls into the latter category.  The film is Doctor Strange, which was released in the US on 04.11.16, a week prior to "Cre/ation."  Unfortunately, I can't tell you that it works because I haven't tried it yet.  I'll probably have to wait until the film is released on DVD to test my theory.  Why this film?  Firstly, if we go back to "A Saucerful of Secrets," we can find an image of Doctor Strange on the cover of the album.  Secondly, while listening to "Cre/ation," I noticed that "Doctor Strange" is mentioned in the lyrics of "Cymbaline" (track 13 of disc 1).  And thirdly, I went to the movie theatre to see "Doctor Strange" in 3D no less, and I was stunned to hear Pink Floyd's "Interstellar Overdrive" during an important scene in the film.  I couldn't believe it, yet it was so apropos.  Early Pink Floyd is psychedelic, just like this film.  Let me also say that this film was amazing.  It had an interesting story line along with mind-blowing visuals and special effects.  I was thoroughly impressed.  After seeing the film, I was half-tempted to bring a pair of headphones to the theatre and try my sync idea, but I didn't do it.  I hope that Doctor Strange does sync with this compilation, but it is only a guess at this point.  Time will tell...