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  1. Boy, I can't wait for this film to come out!
    7 points
  2. I finally ripped my copy of JW in Vienna into my library last night. I’ll save my effusive comments about the performances for another thread, but here I wonder, how did you change the artist metadata for that album, if you changed it at all? I had to change it in mine so that it read “John Williams/Wiener Philharmoniker.” It gives me an immense joy to see those two artists’ names side by side, knowing that elsewhere in my library I’ve got plenty of Wiener Philharmoniker next to illustrious names like Kleiber, Abbado, Karajan, Rattle, etc. (And calling it the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, as Gracenote does, sounds just wrong, so wrong, to my ears.)
    2 points
  3. When it comes to orchestral classical recordings, the usual way I put things into iTunes is the following: "[Orchestra] & [Conductor]"; if there is a soloist then "[Soloist], [Orchestra] & [Conductor]." I try to use the original language name of the orchestra when possible/readable. So, "Berliner Philharmoniker," "Wiener Philharmoniker," etc. It is easier this way rather than translate everything to English. I used to do that, but then ran into some orchestras whose names are seemingly never anglicized for one reason or another, even when being spoken of in English publications. So it was weird to do it for some but not for others. I always put the soloist in the Artist field at the track level, but only at the Album Artist level if he/she is the main star of the show and features in more than just a couple numbers. Say for instance, a CD featuring one soloist doing a warhorse concerto or something, where that work is the highlight. So even though ASM features on the album, she is only actually on two tracks; therefore my Album Artist for this release is "Wiener Philharmoniker & John Williams." At the track level, the two tracks featuring ASM are entered as "Anne-Sophie Mutter, Wiener Philharmoniker & John Williams."
    2 points
  4. In all honesty I’d really just love to watch him conduct entire films live to projection. It’s a shame that it wasn’t feasible (or in the public interest) back in the 80s/90s, otherwise I imagine he would have done it. On the other hand I have a feeling he’s always enjoyed performing his own music on its own merit, separate from the image or (god forbid) sound effects. So it’s maybe not so surprising.
    2 points
  5. Here are my first impressions from back when: ...and BOY(EGA) HOWDY, that went much better than I had anticipated. Since I'm dead on my feet, just three observations: 1) Good thing I went into this film blind, because surprises are just so much more fun that way. 2) "I just want to see Kylo Ren lose! 3) Saw him. Almost jumped out of my chair! Also, for this one, two friends and I drove half an hour to see the film in English (they are usually dubbed over here). Then, because of fucking course, right during that scene with, uhm, a big stroke of lightning, the entire sound system blew out. It worked great for about 30 seconds, until we noticed that it wasn't supposed to be this way. Finished the film after a short break, now in the dubbed version. Movie theatre bloke told us that in 20 years, nothing like that ever happened to him. Well, there's a first time for everything, I suppose, and it definitely added to the night being a memorable one! So...a greatly entertaining venture. Also a rather wistful one, as there will never be another new John Williams Star Wars score to hear and enjoy. That "first time" feeling is just magical, and I'm glad to have had it again with those friends, 20 years after we began that tradition in the summer of 1999 with The Phantom Menace. Just wanted to share that with you while it's still fresh. More coherent thoughts on film and score after a good night's sleep.
    2 points
  6. I love how you scorned fictional franchise fanatics throw around the word "invest" as if you plonked your life savings into Enron shares.
    2 points
  7. Arpy

    GAME OF THRONES

    It's atrocious writing. It came off like a last-minute scramble to end a story more complex than the writers could think of. Individual components of the finale have potential to work, or even be great, but the way they were handled in the short amount of time they had was where they stumbled. Bran becoming the King, fucking awful. Bron the Master of Coin? What the fuck? The way Dany and Jon's stories are wrapped up. Just poo.
    2 points
  8. I'm not sure why I never participated in this thread in '17, but I'll pop in now to give some love to Home Alone's "Setting the Trap" and the brass variations on the Force theme as the Rebels approach the Death Star in ANH.
    2 points
  9. Quintus

    GAME OF THRONES

    My favourite online movie guy/Youtuber is uncharacteristically longwinded, but he essentially nailed it:
    2 points
  10. Movement I - The Magic Begins Prologue/Privet Drive holds no great surprises beside a couple microedits. Neither does this one. This, on the other hand... My best guess is when JW scored it it was a bigger montage with 4-5 scenes that was cut down to just 3 (Vernon letterproofing the door, the owls on the car and the fireplace) - I fit in cut down version of the deleted scene with the eggs (included after the owls on the car and scored terribly unfittingly with Platform 9 3/4 in the EE, slapped in lazily from the Deleted Scenes section where the tracking was perfectly fine when presented alone) to fill some of the black time. and played a bit with the others to find the best possible spot. The cue title could even be a quote from a deleted segment where Harry shouts at Vernon maybe? The letterbombing scene seems pretty coherent as is, the microedit is kind of puzzling. Hagrid's Entrance is more like baffling, unless JW wrote that last big portion to go over the spoken line and all the way until Hagrid puts the door back into the frame. In other parts he works around dialogue well so I don't think that's very likely, and the line releases the tension it builds up perfectly too. Finally, the first cue which fits perfectly as intended... and the middle half of it was edited out in the film, with the first third getting a tracked ending to smooth it over. And seeing it like this, I can actually totally see why, some of the malicious Dursley stuff doesn't work that well, sometimes it can't quite decide if it wants to score the dialogue or react to things onscreen, resulting in Dudley stuffing his face to Hogwarts Forever etc. Hagrid seems more worked up and threatening without the music to soften it too. Tune in on Sunday for Movement II!
    2 points
  11. 1. Lapti Nek 2. Banning Back Home 3. Yub Nub Encore: All three played at the same time
    2 points
  12. Well, the time has come for this. I see no reason to try and comment on every track when @Incanus's excellent full analysis is done and available, I urge everyone interested to read it. I used the LLL, JW's intentions, no source music, no recreating tracked music or microedits - therefore in many many many places (70% of the tracks in fact if I counted correctly) I had to adjust the footage to fit to the music by either splitting it and inserting black screens in places where there could be missing shots, or surprisingly often (namely in Introduction to Quidditch, Quidditch Match, Invisibility Cloak, The Dark Forest and The Face of Voldemort), I had to remove footage, sometimes intentionally somewhat jarringly to indicate it. I wasn't 100% a slave of following the movie's audio track - my thinking was if they trimmed multiple shots, they'd probably find a place where the music can be edited down to still sound continuous and musical instead of also just trimming everything that went with those trimmed bits and being left with a horrific mess - I used it for guidelines, bigger sync points, start points to preserve the spotting. As double-checking, rendering and uploading will take quite a bit of time and I'm not available tomorrow, I'm just leaving this little teaser for now (half to check if MEGA video sharing works as I'd imagine, would appreciate feedback on it if it doesn't! - if ads play, sorry, it's not me, even in MEGA allowed to either turn them off or make money from them I'm not scummy enough to do it to get some miniscule change from others' work, I'd turn them off), and updates will be added later. EDIT: MEGA Video works fine, however be advised, it's still 7 or so GB and you can only access 4 at a time with a free MEGA account so plan to watch them in 2 sessions. Or 5! Or use a VPN like crumbs suggested. EDIT: I'm keeping just under 4GB on MEGA video because it's much more convenient to use, but uploading the rest on Drive so you guys can view it in one sitting if you want. (yes I know not all of it syncs up greatly but it's a vastly different approach anyway, who knows how the scene was originally, and the end is funny)
    1 point
  13. I'm very thankful for these kinds of movies. Because I can't stand the overworked look of the Hobbit, but then, looking at this conglomerate of bad CGI, shitty lighting, blurring, unnatural animation, and perverse grading that makes everything look like claymation, I can proudly say The Hobbit is like Kubrick compared to this hazy blur that looks like someone jizzed on the film for 3 hours.
    1 point
  14. How is it possible... Holy shit, how do you make Batman like this? If you thought Nolan was too depressing, how about a Bruce Wayne that looks like shit and a deranged meth addict? Pass. Also, barf. Batman isn't supposed to look like Scarecrow.
    1 point
  15. Ideally, I'd put the performers in the "artist" tag and the composer in "composer". But unfortunately, the ID3 system, and even more most software using it, seems to have been created mostly by people unfamiliar with the concept of music being first written by a composer and then performed by different artists, so usually "artist" means composer and writer and performer at the same time. My player software even has a feature where I could define that for certain genres, the albums are filed under the composer instead of the artist for regular sorting, but unfortunately, I've never been very careful with genre tagging, and I'm not going to re-tag 800GBs worth of music. It would probably cause problems with most other software anyway. So I usually put the "musician(s) of primary import" in the artist tag, and sometimes fill in composer and performer tags as well when relevant. For works of which I have (or expect to have) multiple recordings (mainly classical), I often put the important performers (usually conductor or primary soloist) in parantheses in the title; sometimes also the year (especially when I have multiple recordings by the same performer). For soundtrack re-releases and expansions, I also put the label or "complete" or "expanded" in the title, unless it's the only version I have. None of this is relevant for the Williams concert, because Williams as the artist and the correct title ("John Williams in Vienna" and "John Williams Live in Vienna", respectively) is perfectly sufficient. For classical recordings, I used to put the full roster of performres in the "comments" tag, but stopped doing that years ago when (I think) my ripping software started having problems with it. I never resumed doing that, which is unfortunate, because it means I can't search for individual performers in my collection.
    1 point
  16. Does he do " E.T AND ME" in concert? I agree it's a better choice than ADVENTURE
    1 point
  17. I'm not going to order this untill October, when the Blu-ray is released alongside the CD, but I haven't yet figured out how I'm going to import it to my computer. It doesn't have a CD-ROM drive, so I'm not sure what I'm going to do. But I need to have it in iTunes somehow. It will then be marked as "John Williams" in 'Artist', 'Album artist' and 'Composer', and the album name will be something like "John Williams in Vienna", as it's called. There will be no mention of the Wiener Philharmoniker. It's all apparent in the cover.
    1 point
  18. Ooh, this is interesting. So, obviously, the LSO would play all of it, Dirk Brossé or Keith Lockhart would conduct it and someone would have the common sense to ensure a proper recording was made. Catch Me If You Can: Joy Ride ET: Flying Theme Far and Away: Suite Harry Potter 1: Diagon Alley Harry Potter 2: Fawkes Harry Potter 3: Bridge to the Past Home Alone: Somewhere in my Memory Home Alone 2: Star of Bethlehem Hook: The Banquet Jane Eyre: The Return Jaws: Out to Sea/Shark Cage Fugue Lincoln: The People’s House Midway: Men of the Yorktown March Schindler’s List: Remembrances Star Wars: Duel of the Fates, Across the Stars, Han Solo and the Princess (new), Rey’s Theme, The Rebellion is Reborn, The Rise of Skywalker Superman: Love Theme The Terminal: Viktor’s Tale War Horse: Dartmoor 1912
    1 point
  19. Jumped ship at just the right time for the new hot thing (Denis).
    1 point
  20. Well that's a shame, but not a surprise given its absence from the La-La-Land album. Guess some industrious JWfan will just have to make a MIDI mock-up of it at some point.
    1 point
  21. I can confirm it was never recorded. Yaaaaaaaaaaaaas I hope so! I think so, too. Absolutely. He makes all the decisions about all his albums entirely. Thanks! Yep, I had them in the wrong spot and moved them now I have no idea what level in the game that cue played during, but the file names in the game rip are TD_PANKOTSECRETS_B_QUI & TD_PANKOTSECRETS_A QUI The Map Insert that is used in the film but isn't on the Concord is in MAP_TEMPLEOFDOOM There's some of the 11m3 rope bridge music, including sections not used in the film, in TD_BATTLEONTHEBRIDGE_C_QUI and TD_BATTLEONTHEBRIDGE_D_QUI and TD_BATTLEONTHEBRIDGE_E_QUI Yaaaaaaaaas
    1 point
  22. Quintus

    GAME OF THRONES

    I never had much fun with it personally. That sequence was probably my single biggest disappointment of the climax (the entirety of S8 was intended to be climatic, right?). Coming from the Battle of Helms Deep and the Pelennor, I had been told (by the producers of GoT themselves) to expect a melee spectacle which would outdo even those two benchmark battle scenes. The reality was though that the Long Night wasn't even as good as the Battle of Rorke's Drift. It's a terrible set piece actually, probably Game of Thrones' worst battle sequence.
    1 point
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  24. Do I love The Don Is Dead as much as I love High Velocity? No. But this new album in superb sound quality has totally made me a believer in this score, which I didn’t really click with before... anyone who would like to hear some for themselves can check out this special sneak peek podcast I did with Roger and Doug at Intrada: http://goldsmithodyssey.buzzsprout.com/159614/5097955-odyssey-soundtrack-spotlight-the-don-is-dead-1973
    1 point
  25. How do you breathe out of water, JS?
    1 point
  26. Docteur Qui

    A Daria Thread

    I’d say “smart-arse outsider” isn’t really counter-cultural any more. Those characters and attitudes are a dime a dozen these days, often at the centre of pop-culture (Marvel films are full of them). We’re living in a post-ironic world. Detachment and disillusionment have become mere tropes.
    1 point
  27. Docteur Qui

    A Daria Thread

    Daria was really great. Epitomised the disenfranchised mood of the late 90’s/early 2000’s. The family dynamic was hilarious. Can’t see that kind of dry and sardonic character working as well these days though, today’s kids are much more involved and wise to that kind of writing. Plus the mono-pop culture of the 20th Century no longer exists, making counter-culture characters and observations less effective.
    1 point
  28. Ok, here it is: 1. The Lost World theme 2. Stargazers from ET 3. Remembrances from Schindler's List 4. Rey's Theme 5. The Rebellion is Reborn 6. The Rise of Skywalker intermission 7. Here They Come! from Star Wars 8. Princess Leia's theme from Star Wars 9. Galaxy's Edge theme from Disney Parks 10. Becoming a Geisha from Memoirs 11. Confluence from Memoirs 12. Hymn to the Fallen 13. Summon the Heroes encores 14. Hedwig's Theme 15. The Imperial March from ESB
    1 point
  29. Twenty quid says Thor will declare this is one of his favourites of 2020.
    1 point
  30. I love much of Nolan's work. But unfortunately Interstellar was a bit tedious.
    1 point
  31. 10:06 of 'Indy's Very First Adventure'. Indy's theme plays over the playful young indy motif. The fact that it plays the Indy theme when we see the dog, Indy, is just another level of genius by JW.
    1 point
  32. Yeah, sure. Not TV-Flash, but I thought that Justice League-Flash was charismatic.
    1 point
  33. I have a feeling expanded Patriot would be a revelatioin
    1 point
  34. I'd like a concert called "The Sequels of John Williams", which would include: -End Credits from Jaws 2 -The Imperial March and Han Solo and the Princess from The Empire Strikes Back -Luke and Leia from The Return of Jedi -Short Round's theme and Parade of the Slave Children from Temple of Doom -Scherzo for Motorcycle and Orchestra and The Keeper of the Grail from The Last Crusade -The Lost World from The Lost World -Across the Stars from Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones -Fawkes the Phoenix from Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets -A Window to the Past and Double Trouble from Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban -Battle of the Heroes from Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith -Irina's Theme and The Adventures of Mutt from Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull -The Rebellion is Reborn from Star Wars: The Last Jedi -The Rise of Skywalker from Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker
    1 point
  35. The part where they cut back to the kids reading it just played in my head. Beautifully performed.
    1 point
  36. "John Williams, live in Vienna - The Homecoming 2021" Wiener Philharmoniker, Goldener Saal, Musikverein Wien The Cowboys Overture Suite from "Far and Away" The Hunt form "the Lost World" Suite from "Jane Eyre" Buckbeaks Flight ("The Prisoner of Azkaban") A Window to the Past ("The Prisoner of Azkaban") Fawkes the Phoenix ("The Chamber of Secrets") The People's House ("Lincoln") Celebrate Discovery The Unfinished Journey "The Patriot" Suite (from "Lights, Camera..") Encores Rey's Theme Jedi Steps and Finale (OST)
    1 point
  37. theme for The Lost World Remembrances from Schindler's List The Rise of Skywalker theme Played five times each.
    1 point
  38. I don't have a whole program in mind, but I would definitely open with the theme for The Lost World. Starting with timpani and such a bombastic piece would be so fun and it's so rarely performed. The concert would start with great energy and signal to the audience that this isn't gonna be your typical JW concert. Somewhere in there I would program Remembrances from Schindler's List and The Rise of Skywalker theme.
    1 point
  39. The concert would be at The Royal Albert Hall in London and played by the London Symphony Orchestra. BBC Concert Orchestra if the LSO were not available. 1. Olympic Fanfare. 2. Heidi - Main title. 3. Sabrina. 4. Superman - March 5. The Cowboys Overture. 6. Space Camp - End titles. 7. The Olympic Spirit. 8. Dracula 9. E.T - Adventures On Earth (Full soundtrack version). Intermission. 1. Liberty Fanfare 2. The Towering Inferno - Main title. 3. Lost In Space - COP arrangement of both themes. 4. Jane Eyre Suite - 3 : The Return 5. Hook - The Flight To Neverland. 6. Harry Potter - Hedwig’s Theme 7. Schindler’s List - Main Theme 8. Jaws - Concert arrangement. 9. Jurassic Park - Concert suite. 10. Star Wars - End titles. Encores: 1. Raiders Of The Lost Ark - March 2. The Empire Strikes Back - The Imperial March It might be quite a long evening.
    1 point
  40. My ideal Williams programme would not necessarily be a symphonic concert, but a smaller jazz & chamber ensemble highlighting these, in particular: 1. Selections from early film scores DADDY-O - "Main Title" THE SECRET WAYS - "Main Title" NONE BUT THE BRAVE - "Main Title/Kuroki's Introduction" HOW TO STEAL A MILLION - "Two Lovers" (with choir) NOT WITH MY WIFE YOU DON'T - "Hungarian Jungle Music" Song medley from NOT WITH MY WIFE YOU DON'T, PENELOPE and GUIDE FOR THE MARRIED MAN 2. TV music M SQUAD - "The End" WAGON TRAIN - "Golden West" ALCOA PREMIERE THEATRE - "Theme" and suites from "Jeeney Ray" and "A Moment of Decision" KRAFT SUSPENSE THEATRE - "Theme" and suite from "The Hunt" BOB HOPE PRESENTS CHRYSLER THEATRE - "Theme" and suite from "One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovitch" Theme medley from TAMMY GRIMES SHOW, AND BABY MAKES THREE, WHO GOES THERE, CHECKMATE, BACHELOR FATHER and LOST IN SPACE 3. Less-played films JANE EYRE - "Restoration" OR "Theme" STORY OF A WOMAN - "The Cortina Sequence" THE REIVERS - "The Road to Memphis" IMAGES - "In Search of Unicorns" CINDERELLA LIBERTY - "New Shooter" OR "Neptune's Bar" THE EIGER SANCTION - "Main Title" STANLEY & IRIS - "End Credits" ROSEWOOD - "Look Down Lord" (with choir) ANGELA'S ASHES - "Angela's Prayer" 4. Encore THE LONG GOODBYE - "Theme song" (male vocal version)
    1 point
  41. I’ve done nearly complete breakdowns of the album and FYC. Unfortunately, there’s a handful of brief sections that I haven’t been able to identify, but this should hopefully still be useful for the curious: OST 1 The Adventures of Tintin 3:08 Tinker-Tin (Rev) 2 Snowy’s Theme 2:09 Snowy’s E.T. 3 The Secret of the Scrolls 3:12 0:00-0:51 The Unicorn [v1, orch. Karam] 0:51-1:34 [unknown] 1:34-2:16 1M6A Snowy and the Cat 2:16-2:28 1M6 Insert - Following Tin 2:28-end 1M6 Empty Drawers 4 Introducing the Thompsons and Snowy’s Chase 4:08 0:00-0:35 1M19A Thom Thompsons 0:35-2:15 The Pickpocket Scene 2:15-end 2M10A Snowy In Pursuit 5 Marlinspike Hall 3:58 0:00-0:15 1M14 The Radio Room 0:15-0:36 1M8 Entering the Mansion 0:36-1:38 1M8A Dog vs. Dog 1:38-2:02 1M8 Entering the Mansion [continued] 2:02-2:40 1M8B The Second Ship 2:40-3:21 1M9A The Missing Scroll 3:21-3:28 [unknown] 3:28-end 1M9A The Missing Scroll [continued] 6 Escape from the Karaboudjan 3:20 3M15Rev New - Boat Escape 7 Sir Francis and the Unicorn 5:05 0:00-0:52 1M19B This is the Desert 0:52-1:35 The Unicorn [v2, orch. Pope] 1:35-2:14 4M20 Rev - The Unicorn 2:14-end 4M19C Sea Battle 8 Captain Haddock Takes the Oars 2:17 0:00-0:36 1M12 Introducing Haddock 0:36-end 1M16 Alt - The Captain Takes the Oars 9 Red Rackham’s Curse and the Treasure 6:10 0:00-2:18 1M21C At Sword Point 2:18-4:08 2M22 Dueling Pirates 4:08-4:54 4M22A Insert - Red Rockham’s Curse 4:54-end 4M22A Insert 2 - To Baghar! 10 Capturing Mr. Silk 2:57 0:00-1:03 1M21A A Sober Haddock 1:03-end Strolling In Disguise 11 The Flight to Bagghar 3:33 3M17A The Plane Ride 12 The Milanese Nightengale 1:29 0:00-0:06 4M23A Hanging the Poster 0:06-end 4M23B The Milanese Nightengale 13 Presenting Bianca Castafiore 3:27 0:00-0:32 4S23D Cavatina [Rossini] 0:32-end Romeo & Juliet No. 3 Arietta [Gounod] 14 The Pursuit of the Falcon 5:43 0:00-1:13 4M24A [Rev] - Yes or Gu-No 1:13-3:55 4M24B The Falcon and the Flood 3:55-5:08 Bike Ride on a Clothes Line 5:08-end 5M25 Insert - Tin Dives In 15 The Captain’s Counsel 2:10 5M25A The Captain’s Pep Talk 16 The Clash of the Cranes 3:48 0:00-0:44 5M26B Crane Fight 0:44-0:54 5M26B Insert #2 - Snowy Helps Out! 0:54-0:58 5M26B Crane Fight [continued] 0:58-1:37 5M26B Insert #3 - The Crane Falls 1:37-3:20 5M26C Sac Versus the Captain 3:20-3:35 5M26C Insert - Tintin to the Rescue 3:35-end 5M26C Sac Versus the Captain [continued] 17 The Return to Marlinspike Hall 5:51 0:00-0:32 6M27A Reading the Scrolls 0:32-1:07 6M27B The Arrival at Marlinspike Hall 1:06-2:34 5M28 Marlinspike Hall 2:34-3:56 5M31 To Be Continued 3:56-4:23 6M31 Insert - The Treasure 4:23-end 5M31 To Be Continued [continued] 18 The Adventure Continues 2:58 6M45 Dueling End Title FYC 1 The Adventures of Tintin 3:09 Tinker-Tin (Rev) 2 The Secret of the Scrolls 1:40 0:00-0:51 The Unicorn [v1, orch. Karam] 0:51-end [unknown] 3 Marlinspike Hall 2:15 0:00-0:12 1M14 The Radio Room 0:12-0:34 1M8 Entering the Mansion 0:34-1:35 1M8A Dog vs. Dog 1:35-end 1M8 Entering the Mansion [continued] 4 The Thompsons and Snowy In Pursuit 0:00-0:25 1M19A Thom Thompsons 0:25-0:55 1M9B Introducing the Pattersons 0:55-1:22 1M9B Insert - Stepping on the Cat 1:22-3:17 The Pickpocket Scene 3:17-end 2M10A Snowy In Pursuit 5 Escape From the Karaboudjan 3:24 3M15Rev New - Boat Escape 6 Captain Haddock Takes the Oars 2:53 0:00-0:22 3M16 Rev. - Tin’s Description 0:22-1:00 1M12 Introducing Haddock 1:00-1:36 1M16 Alt - The Captain Takes the Oars 1:36-end Strolling In Disguise 7 Capturing the Plane 2:19 0:00-1:48 3M17 Capturing the Plane 1:48-end 3M15 Rev - New Boat Escape 8 The Flight to Bagghar 4:07 3M17A The Plane Ride 9 Sir Francis and the Unicorn 5:27 0:00-0:48 1M19B This is the Desert 0:48-2:23 4M20Rev The Unicorn 2:23-end 4M19C Sea Battle 10 Feather Knife 2:41 0:00-1:31 1M21C At Sword Point 1:31-2:12 4M22 Insert 2 - Feather Knife 2:12-end 1M21C At Sword Point [continued] 11 Dueling Pirates and Rackham’s Curse 4:05 0:00-1:53 2M22 Dueling Pirates 1:53-2:40 4M22A Insert - Red Rockham’s Curse 2:40-end 4M22A Insert 2 - To Baghar! 12 The Milanese Nightingale 1:42 0:00-0:16 4M23A Insert - Hanging the Poster 0:16-end 4M23B The Milanese Nightingale 13 The Falcon and the Flood 5:49 0:00-1:16 4M24A [Rev] Yes or Gu-no 1:16-3:57 4M24B The Falcon and the Flood 3:57-5:31 Bike Ride on a Clothes Line 5:31-end 5M25 Insert - Tin Dives In 14 The Captain’s Counsel 2:13 5M25A Rev - The Captain’s Pep Talk 15 The Crane Fight 5:19 0:00-0:44 5M26B Crane Fight 0:44-1:13 1M21B Old Enemies Meet 1:13-1:22 5M26B Insert #1 - Crane Insert #1 1:22-1:42 1M21B Old Enemies Meet 1:42-1:49 5M26B Crane Fight [continued] 1:49-2:00 5M26B Insert #2 - Snowy Helps Out 2:00-2:18 5M26B Crane Fight [continued] 2:18-2:55 5M26B Insert #3 - The Crane Falls 2:55-4:33 5M26C Sac Versus the Captain 4:33-5:01 5M26C Insert - Tintin to the Rescue 5:01-end 5M26C Sac Versus the Captain [continued] 16 Return to Marlinspike Hall 1:17 0:00-0:35 6M27A Reading the Scrolls 0:35-end 6M27B The Arrival At Marlinspike Hall 17 Finale 3:22 0:00-1:12 5M31 To Be Continued 1:12-1:47 6M31 Insert - The Treasure 1:47-end 5M31 To Be Continued [continued] 18 End Credits 6:10 0:00-1:26 4M19C Sea Battle 1:26-3:33 Snowy’s E.T. 3:33-end 6M45 Dueling End Title
    1 point
  42. From reading the reviews around here, apparently the performances were so awful that nobody applauded, they just sat in stunned silence, absolutely horrified at the tempos.
    1 point
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  44. I hope the action version of Rey's Theme only found in the TLJ deleted scene is somehow tracked into this movie and included on the OST!
    1 point
  45. Depending on how the story goes, I could see Williams perhaps seeing it necessary to write a fellowsh..., erm, friendship theme for the film.
    1 point
  46. This should have been on my list.
    1 point
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