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  1. 11 points
    Stay tuned for a special podcast episode on The Legacy of John Williams about this new stunning release...
  2. 11 points
    LA-LA LAND RECORDS PRESENTS NEW RELEASES: Tues, 12 noon (PST) MARCH 3, 2020 New Releases available to order at www.lalalandrecords.com Tues, 12 noon (PST) MARCH 3, 2020 HAPPY ST. PATRICK’S DAY! “FAR AND AWAY: LIMITED EDITION (2-CD SET)” Music by John Williams Limited Edition of 3500 Units RETAIL PRICE: $29.98 STARTS SHIPPING MARCH 13 La-La Land Records, in association with Universal Pictures, Imagine Entertainment and Geffen Records, proudly present the remastered and expanded 2-CD reissue of renowned composer John Williams’ (CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND, SUPERMAN: THE MOVIE, E.T. THE EXTRA TERRESTRIAL), original motion picture score to the 1992 period drama FAR AND AWAY, starring Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman, directed by Ron Howard, and produced by Brian Grazer, Ron Howard and Bob Dolman. Maestro John Williams unleashes a powerhouse orchestral score for this lavish and historic romantic epic, set against the giant canvas of the Oklahoma Land Rush of the early 1890s. With powerful contributions from legendary Irish musicmakers The Chieftains, Williams creates a musicscape that swells with traditional Irish sounds and themes -- expertly blended within the dramatic and romantic orchestral swirl. This restored 2-CD release showcases this glorious music in deluxe fashion – with the composer’s original score as recorded for the film expanded beyond its original 1992 soundtrack and featuring a selection of alternate cues. Produced, edited and mastered by Mike Matessino and supervised by the composer, this expanded 2-CD program also takes you behind the film and its score with Matessino’s exclusive liner notes. Jim Titus provides the classic art direction. This is a limited edition release of 3500 units. TRACK LISTING: DISC 1 SCORE PRESENTATION 1 County Galway, June 1892 2:01 2 The Fighting Donnellys+ 2:22 3 Joe Sr.’s Passing** 2:22 4 The Village Burns* 1:56 5 Leaving Home 2:02 6 The Barn/Running Away* 4:32 7 The Duel Scene+ 3:02 8 This Is My Destiny* 1:12 9 Burning The Manor House 2:50 10 Am I Beautiful? 3:43 11 Blowing Off Steam 1:36 12 Fighting For Dough +2:07 13 My Own Man* 1:15 14 Into The Bath* 1:37 15 The Big Match 6:02 16 Banished* 3:40 17 Inside The Mansion 4:30 18 Shannon Is Shot 4:13 19 Day Dreaming 1:13 20 Joseph’s Dream 3:13 21 The Horseshoe* :35 22 The Reunion (Film Version) 2:57 Disc 1 Total: 59:24 DISC 2 SCORE PRESENTATION (cont’d) 1 Oklahoma Territory 2:17 2 The Land Race 5:03 3 Race To The River 1:51 4 Settling With Stephen** 3:09 5 Joseph And Shannon 3:22 6 End Credits+ 6:43 Total Score Presentation: 1:21:53 ADDITIONAL MUSIC 28:28 7 Joe Sr.’s Passing (Alternate)** 1:37 8 The Barn (Alternate)* 2:41 9 My Own Man (Alternate)* 1:14 10 The Big Match (Alternate)** 5:24 11 Oklahoma Territory (Film Version)** 2:17 12 The Land Race (Alternate)** 5:01 13 Joseph And Shannon (Alternate)** 3:21 14 End Credits (Alternate)**+ 6:47 Disc 2 Total: 51:06 Two-Disc Total Time: 1:50:30 * previously unreleased ** contains previously unreleased material + Featuring The Chieftains
  3. 10 points
    “FAR AND AWAY: LIMITED EDITION (2-CD SET)” Music by John Williams Limited Edition of 3500 Units RETAIL PRICE: $29.98 STARTS SHIPPING MARCH 13 Wooooohoooo!!!! Finaallyyy!!!
  4. 10 points
  5. 7 points
    The OST presented his original intended version of The Big Match. Later, they decided to try having the music actually begin later in the scene, and also change the tone a bit of how the music started. So an approx 35 second insert was recorded, meant to replace the first approx 1:20 of the original cue, making the final cue actually shorter than the original version. However, they decided in the end to not use that insert in the film. The makers of the bootleg clearly had no idea what they were doing, because they just stuck the entire insert as the track opening, let it ring out, then included the entire original cue. Here on the LLL you can finally hear the insert properly edited into the rest of the track.
  6. 6 points
    The Titanic set was always going to be a disaster.
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  8. 6 points
    Jesus, I'm supposed to start packing for England tonight. I can't handle these excitement levels!
  9. 5 points
    I remember a time when the score of Far and Away was considered to be on the same level as the original Indiana Jones trilogy and Hook! I think we'll find nothing has changed... The movie was always overshadowed by Hook, Jurassic Park, and Schindler's List (which came shortly before or after Far and Away), but the score was written when John Williams was absolutely at the pinnacle of his career and in top form! A hidden gem, if there ever was one.
  10. 5 points
  11. 5 points
    I think everyone here is being too harsh on Giacchino and Beltrami. Grant a lot of their music isn't that great but there's a lot of their music that is. I think an Indiana Jones score from either composer would be interesting. I also think this board is way too harsh on the Rogue One score. I for one enjoy it and think Giacchino did a good job on it.
  12. 4 points
    JW's score for The Adventures of Tintin is a stone cold masterpiece - an enormously propulsive work with over a dozen themes and motifs that power a very busy, nimble and complex score. I was disappointed to see the ambivalence people seem to have towards JW's Tintin score. That stops now. I think the score in the movie is well represented by still somewhat marred by sound effects. Here is a score only version of a riotous sea battle that Haddock recounts. Watch this to marvel at the intricacy of Williams' composition - individual punches, hits, sword moves, gunshots are synced to the music along with syncing to several cuts. Well, the syncing is done by me but to honor Williams' original intentions. I have taken the OST cue and and fit the picture to it. Only in two places did I microedit the music. Otherwise the music fits the scene remarkably well and you can see the enormous effort Williams has put into the cue for it to be still be entertaining while being so closely matched to the picture. This also represents some of Williams best action music last decade. It is completely melodic and uses two primary themes - the Unicorn theme representing the ship and Red Rakham's Pirate theme (and no this is not the dueling theme from The Adventures Continues) receive several explosive enormous statements as the furious pirate battle unfolds over the high seas. I am starting a thread here because I intend to create several videos for the numerous action scenes in the film, each intricately scored by Williams.
  13. 4 points
    I honestly stopped to think which one that is: Poe's useless ex or Lando's useless next hustle?
  14. 4 points
    An irrelevant detail. It's not like audiences watching the film needed to understand why a character who died 3 films earlier was suddenly alive. I'm so glad JJ wisely omitted these unnecessary details so we could spend more time discovering the tragic backstory of characters like Jannah™, considering her importance in the narrative and the inspiring payoff her character arc receives.
  15. 4 points
    James Mangold on the red carpet for Indy 5: "So what happened was Clint Eastwood just showed up on day one of shooting and wanted to direct an Unforgiven style Indiana Jones. How could I say no to Clint Eastwood? We kept it quiet until now, and he was more than happy to work without credit, sort of like an invisible man sitting in the chair. And then Ennio Morricone called Clint and said he was sorry for refusing to work with him before, so Clint had him score the picture... discreetly, in Italy, of course. Maestro had some rather radical ideas on how to improve John Williams' classic music. He thought it was hazardous to associate a march, no matter how well written, with archaeology, so he went with a six-voice double fugue, using both the A and B Raiders themes. Marco Beltrami absolutely could not say no, and in fact he was over the moon. Harrison was just happy to give the fans something they weren't anticipating." JW to his assistant: "Book me on the next flight to Rome. I've got a job. And pack my titanium baton, I've been wanting to try it out."
  16. 4 points
    I already added it to my "films I'll never see" list. Anyone else bored beyond belief with edgy cinema?
  17. 4 points
    I love them. I love them all. They're great scores, every single one of them. And not just Star Wars, but The Hobbit and HTTYD, too. They're like great scores, and I love them like great scores. I love them!
  18. 4 points
  19. 3 points
    An anonymous tipster has sent JWFan some information that I can share with you now! The information is a list of cues that appeared in a cut of the film dated November 11th, 2019. Remember, the final day of recording sessions didn't happen until November 21st, and even by this cut some of the cues JW had written had already been dropped or replaced, so consider this a PARTIAL cue list: 1M01 Main Title 1M022 The Ninth Beginning 1M05 Rey Trains 1M06 Ren's Entrance 1M08 Approaching The Nursery 1M09 Rey Wakes Up 1M13 Tell Me What They Are 1M15 Vader's Castle 1M20 Rey Training 1M24 Meditation 1M26 Spy's Message 1M26 Lightspeed Skipping 2M01 Cockpit Dialog 2M02 Fixing The Helmet 2M03 The Wisdom of Maz 2M04 The Emperor Lives 2M06 The Medal 2M07 Ship Trip 2M20 The Forge 2M30 Rey's Mission 2M32 Quicksand 0M01 Children's School 3M00 Lando 3M01 Before The Chase 3M03 No Title 3M06 Knights of Ren 3M07 Ochi and the Dagger 4M01 Rey Senses Ren's Approach 4M02 Rey's Incredible Hand 4M04 Zucini? 4M05 To The End 4M05B Good Ship, Bad Ship 4M06 He Won't Remember 4M07 Rey's Grief 4M10 Red Eyes 4M11 Poe and Girlfriend 4M12 Ship Walk and Talk 5M01 Meddling and Poe's Crush 5M03 Hallway Shooting 5M05 Rey Sees Mother 5M06 Hard To Get Rid Of 5M07 I'm The Spy 5M08 Geneology 5M10 Landing At ? 5M12 Off The Waterfront 5M30 Under a Blanket 6M02 Rey Climbs Pipes 6M02A Climbing 6M04 Daisy In A Veil 6M05 Leia Lies Down 6M07 Stop and Start 6M08 Healing Wounds 6M12 Six Twelve 6M13 Rey's Trip To P 6M20 Sabre Toss 7M01 Seven One 7M02 Rey Meets Luke 7M03 Luke's Advice 7M04 The Meeting 7M05 March Of The Resistance 7M08 Father Knows Best 7M10 Leia's Sabre 7M12 Seven Twelve 7M12A Horses #2 7M20 Approaching The Throne 7M21 Parents 7M30 More Action 7M32 Make The Sacrifice 7M36 Dunkirk 7M38 I Am All The Sith 8M04 Psalm of the Sith 8M05 Jumping The Chain 8M07 Big Ship Blows Up 8M08 On Their Knees 8M10 Success and Sliding 8M11A Dropping The Sabre 8M14 Ben to Rey 8M15 Horn Solo 8M16 End Credits 9M03 Bows 9M05ALT Return to Tattooine The list also contains the two source pieces not composed by Williams: 2S35 JJ Festival Music 3S35 JJ Bar Source As well as the cue names from prior scores that were tracked into this cut: 13M2 from Ep.6 Vader's Death 7M03 from Ep.3 The Birth of the Twins 7M05 from Ep.3 Plans for the Twins 3M26R from Ep.7 You're Han Solo? 4M36R from Ep.7 I Ran Into You 5M46R from Ep.7 Kylo Stalks Rey 6M50R from Ep.7 Han and Leia Reunion 6M55R from Ep.7 Council Meeting 6M56E from Ep.7 Ren In Cockpit 8M77 from Ep.7 March Of The Resistance 4M36 from Ep.8 Luke and Rey UPDATE: Additional cue titles found in GEMA Repertoire: Chewie's Interrogation Emperor's Attack Emperor's Theme V3 Falcon's Last Trip Filial Fencing Hero Fight It Fits! Kylo's Theme Lido Hey [JJ Abrams/Lin-Manuel Miranda] More Maz Name That Tune Poe's Theme Ready to Be a Jedi Rey and Ren Rey's Training The Crowd Joins In The Dunkirk Shot The Feeling The Last Fight The Millennium Falcon Theme The Resistance Theme Through the Jungle Tunnel Monster Uncharted Territory Wayfinder Insert
  20. 3 points
    Marian Schedenig

    Coronavirus

    Regardless of your numbers (which according to Score above are wrong, but I've never looked into them), whatever flu etc. deaths we get in an average year will be much higher if we can't get Corona under control. Even the current Corona numbers are relatively (!) low (!) just because Europe is basically in lockdown mode now. Meanwhile, the UK doesn't seem to be content from being separated from the EU, they're working hard on being totally isolated for months to come (while people suffer and die as the underfunded NHS breaks down). The Italian and Spanish numbers will look harmless in comparison unless people start acting responsibly very quickly. I was hoping to visit London again this fall, but even assuming Europe will get a handle on things over the next several weeks or months, I'm beginning to doubt that will even be possible then. And let's not forget the heavy toll (physical and psychological) this will take (and is already taking) on the health personnel. And the fact that a significant number of them will also be out sooner or later because they've become infected themselves.
  21. 3 points
    Where did I say 'everything'? You are the guys dealing in absolutes and blanket dismissals here. The titles I mentioned above are just some of the great ones in the period. There are more. Just as there is a whole bunch of bad stuff too. That's why premises such as these don't make sense. Packing up a whole bunch of years, and claiming that an entire industry's output in the period have been less or more than before or after. It un-nuanced at best, stupid at worst. There are great and bad movies coming out of Hollywood every year, just as with any other film industry.
  22. 3 points
    There's a difference between not saying everything is shit, and saying everything, even shit, is "great".
  23. 3 points
    Awesome! I was just listening to the Land Race this morning on my way to work and thought that this score needs an expansion!
  24. 3 points
    Imagine Morricone scoring Indy 5, and getting an Oscar for that. JWFan:
  25. 3 points
    Krull - James Horner It's been a while since I've listened to it (again), but this is Horner's best 'big' score. Vibrant recording, themes abundant, clear dramatic structure, and exquisite orchestration. The celli and brass writing is second to none and there was something in the way Greig McRitchie orchestrated that made it so fresh and distinct during Horner's peak early-1980s to early 1990s output. It's a shame both Horner and McRitchie are gone. They worked well together.
  26. 3 points
    When are we getting this damn disc??? C'mon DG I need to hear the Vienna Phil give me that last G minor chord at the end of Shark Cage Fugue again!!!
  27. 3 points
    No, just a damn minute! SNOW WHITE AND THE HUNTSMAN is one of my favourite films, ever. EVER!
  28. 3 points
    I don't even consider the originals canon anymore. Only the prequels now.
  29. 3 points
    All 3 are superb, leagues above most Hollywood scoring nowadays. You could make different arguments for each trilogy: Star Wars for the sheer technical prowess of Williams' writing and the thematic continuity/development with the previous scores The Hobbit for the sheer volume of new themes and motivic ideas, also the great diversity of orchestration and unconventional instrumentation HTTYD for the sheer fun dripping from the scores and probably the most memorable themes
  30. 3 points
    Terrific interview on John Burlingame's For Scores podcast with John Powell just went up. Mostly about Call of the Wild, but a little discussion at the end about Solo, where he goes into a little bit more detail about Williams's involvement than I remember hearing about elsewhere. http://disneymusic.co/ForScoresPodcast?IQid=website Notably, Williams, Powell, and Howard did a spotting session of the whole film. And then Williams not only sketched out but had a 90 piece orchestra "demo" a set of cues. I know Powell has alluded in the past to these cues Williams wrote, but this is the first I've seen that they were actually realized by an orchestra in some way. The extent to which they got used in the final film is still a little vague to me. I still swear "Parting Ways" sounds like pure Williams...
  31. 3 points
    Everything in it, the new themes are gorgeous, little bit softer style than in(brilliant) TLJ, wonderful orchestrations and performance by the orchestra. Great closing for a great decade!! Love this man.
  32. 3 points
    I have been hearing from a lot of people about my lack of discussion about the commercial soundtrack releases. I bring up such things only if it feels like something historic happened with the soundtrack release. Other times, I do record something but take it out in the interest of time and flow of the episode. Besides, my plan since the beginning has been to focus mainly on the music as heard in the film, and the composition itself. But, I will take your comment into consideration going forward. That was the goal that Erik and I made for this episode. We knew there were lots of people who did not like this score, and we wanted to "convert" them. I'm glad you are enjoying the score now.
  33. 2 points
    I made these lists back in 2015. My orders might change now, Lodger would move into the top 5 and Blackstar would be in the top 10, but I’m too lazy to edit it Top 10 Bowie Albums 1. Hunky Dory 2. Heroes 3. Station to Station 4. Aladdin Sane 5. Ziggy Stardust 6. Lodger 7. Low 8. Diamond Dogs 9. The Man Who Sold the World 10. Let’s Dance Top 30 Bowie Songs 1. Life On Mars? 2. Heroes 3. Beauty and the Beast 4. Oh! You Pretty Things 5. Drive-In Saturday 6. Station to Station 7. Five Years 8. Queen Bitch 9. Young Americans 10. A New Career in a New Town 11. DJ 12. Stay 13. TVC 15 14. Starman 15. The Prettiest Star (Aladdin Sane version) 16. Let’s Dance 17. Changes 18. Rebel Rebel 19. Boys Keep Swinging 20. Rock ’n Roll With Me 21. The Jean Genie 22. Moorage Daydream 23. Quicksand 24. Ashes to Ashes 25. Andy Warhol 26. Blackout 27. Absolute Beginners 28. Rock & Roll Suicide 29. Golden Years 30. Fame
  34. 2 points
    So what, the movie would've worked just as well improvised and unscripted? If that's not disproportionately fanboying for directors, I don't know what is.
  35. 2 points
    Good stuff! I always love hearing a new twist on an old chestnut...
  36. 2 points
    They should do that to all Shyamalan/JNH collaborations!
  37. 2 points
    What a lovely news item to awake to. I was definitely hoping for some JW news soon, but not this soon. (Releasing this around St. Patrick’s Day is sort of funny since the film has nothing to do with that part of Irish heritage.) Happy to retire my Far and Away bootleg! (Interesting to see the other 2 releases announced - Days of Thunder by Zimmer with Tom Cruise and NIcole Kidman (so there is a connection to FaA). And The Swarm, which was directed by Irwin Allen (and flopped badly) - another disaster score and connected to La-La’s box set release from November.)
  38. 2 points
    I think I prefer LLL cover over the original
  39. 2 points
    Incanus

    The Birthday Thread

    Happy Birthday to @Holko!!! And Happy Birthday to @Smaug the iron!!!
  40. 2 points
    I think Powell was a way better fit for a standalone SW than he would be for Old Man Jones.
  41. 2 points
    I'd be curious to hear JNH's take on the material, particularly if he were really encouraged to embrace the old-school cinematically symphonic sound that Williams emulated for the series.
  42. 2 points
    gkgyver

    No Time To Die (James Bond #25)

    There is no downplaying of "the disease", there is a 100% justified and backed up by NUMBERS call to fucking reason. We live in a time where people have access to all the information and science they could ever desire, and instead of doing that, they hang on the lips of pseudo-intellectual journalists, who are bankrupt enough to twist half truths into oversimplified headlines ("CORONAVIRUS MARCHES ON!") and report numbers without ever explaining what they mean, if reported at all. At which point it is a self fulfilling prophecy, where panic is initiated by the media, so that people catch on, so that it can then be reported that people are afraid, and because many people aren't afraid until others are afraid, even more become afraid. And so the circle continues until you fearmonger people out of their minds so much that they go emergency shopping. That's irresponsible and immoral to the very core. If you're below 60, there is a higher chance of dying from a routine surgery than there is of dying because of this. There is no "censoring of scientists". If you want to see censorship in science, I suggest you look at climate change or archeology.
  43. 2 points
    While I agree with others that Powell would be a great choice, I'd also like to see it go to someone who has shown potential but has yet to be given the chance on a movie like this. Someone like Fernando Velazquez or Christopher Lennertz. Maybe even Andrew Lockington.
  44. 2 points
    I find that as of late it is not a problem of bad films getting worse, but of the highest quality films getting less inspiring.
  45. 2 points
    We need Williams to score these porn films
  46. 2 points
  47. 2 points
    How many Disney movies a man is allowed to watch before he can no longer be considered a male person? I'm afraid it's too late for me, but I want to know this for my future, still unborn son. I'll raise him on a healthy dose of Rambo, Rocky, Taxi Driver, the Saw franchise and Schwarznegger's Commando. Or better yet, I won't even allow him to watch movies, stuff like art is too sissy for him. The less time he spends watching movies, the more time he will have for his shooting and martial arts lessons!
  48. 2 points
  49. 2 points
    @Jay he whistled last time, and it was the Disaster Collection. So I would assume we're just getting the Disaster Collection again.
  50. 2 points
    And here's all the info from the document, in a nice readable table! ## # Start End Title Dur Orig Old Other Old Notes REEL ONE v9DC2 1 1 00:23:20 01:50:03 1M01 Main Title 1:26 1:26 Star Wars 1:26 2 2 01:50:03 02:30:13 1M022 The Ninth Beginning 0:40 0:34 0:06 Kylo :06 3 3 02:30:13 04:34:05 1M08 Approaching The Nursery 2:04 1:53 0:11 Kylo :11 4 4 04:34:05 04:48:12 1M15 Vader's Castle 0:14 0:14 Vader :14 5 5 04:48:12 05:31:15 8M04 Psalm of the Sith 0:43 0:43 6 6 05:31:15 06:01:17 1M24 Meditation 0:30 0:18 0:12 Force :12 7 7 06:01:17 06:19:09 1M09 Rey Wakes Up 0:18 0:18 8 8 06:19:09 07:49:12 1M20 Rey Training 1:30 1:05 0:25 Rey :15 Vader :06 Kylo :04 9 9 07:49:12 08:13:10 1M05 Rey Trains 0:24 0:24 10 10 08:21:13 08:30:20 2M03 The Wisdom of Maz 0:09 0:09 11 11 08:30:20 09:23:12 1M13 Tell Me What They Are 0:53 0:53 12 12 10:07:17 12:39:01 1M26 Lightspeed Skipping 2:31 2:15 0:16 Emperor :05 Resistance :04 Falcon :07 REEL TWO v9DC3 13 1 00:08:00 02:10:00 2M30 Rey's Mission 2:02 1:22 0:40 Emperor :10 Rey :20 Force :10 14 2 02:10:00 02:52:20 2M20 The Forge 0:43 0:23 0:20 Kylo :20 15 3 02:59:05 04:50:08 2M06 The Medal 1:51 1:29 0:22 Force :22 16 4 04:50:08 06:03:13 2M02 Fixing The Helmet 1:13 1:07 0:06 Kylo :06 17 5 06:03:13 06:34:21 2M07 Ship Trip 0:31 0:31 18 6 06:28:01 07:32:10 2S35 JJ Festival Music 1:04 1:04 19 7 07:32:10 09:38:01 0M01 Children's School 2:05 1:41 0:24 Rey :10 Kylo :14 20 8 09:38:01 10:10:17 2M01 Cockpit Dialog 0:33 0:33 21 9 10:10:17 10:27:15 8M05 Jumping The Chain 0:17 0:17 22 10 10:27:15 10:56:23 3M00 Lando 0:29 0:29 23 11 10:56:23 11:40:13 5M10 Landing At ? 0:43 0:43 24 12 11:40:13 12:43:19 3M00 Lando 1:03 0:50 0:13 Leia :13 25 13 12:43:19 13:13:05 3M01 Before The Chase 0:29 0:29 26 14 13:13:05 15:29:07 3M03 No Title 2:16 2:05 0:11 Rey :11 27 15 15:41:22 16:08:00 2M32 Quicksand 0:28 0:28 REEL THREE v9DC4 28 1 00:08:03 00:43:10 3M07 Ochi and the Dagger 0:37 0:37 29 2 01:16:00 02:35:06 3M07 Ochi and the Dagger 1:19 1:19 30 3 02:51:05 04:01:03 6M02 Rey Climbs Pipes 1:10 1:10 31 4 04:01:03 04:48:04 2M04 The Emperor Lives 0:47 0:22 0:25 Rey :11 Force :14 32 5 04:48:04 05:02:08 3M06 Knights of Ren 0:14 0:14 33 6 05:02:08 05:19:18 2M07 Ship Trip 0:17 0:17 34 7 05:19:18 07:46:09 4M01 Rey Senses Ren's Approach 2:26 2:15 0:11 Resistance :11 35 8 08:48:10 09:55:22 4M02 Rey's Incredible Hand 1:07 0:57 0:10 Kylo :10 36 9 10:11:15 10:40:03 8M08 On Their Knees 0:28 0:28 37 10 10:59:11 11:37:19 1M08 Approaching The Nursery 0:38 0:38 38 11 11:28:04 12:23:09 4M12 Ship Walk and Talk 0:55 0:55 39 12 13:01:13 13:28:18 4M05 To The End 0:27 0:27 40 13 12:23:09 14:13:15 4M05B Good Ship, Bad Ship 1:50 1:50 41 14 14:13:15 14:37:19 2M04 The Emperor Lives 0:24 0:13 0:11 Rey :11 42 15 15:26:15 17:13:05 4M04 Zucini? 1:46 1:46 43 16 17:13:05 17:22:14 5M03 Hallway Shooting 0:09 0:09 44 17 17:22:14 17:39:01 3S35 JJ Bar Source 0:16 0:16 45 18 18:42:17 19:34:04 4M06 He Won't Remember 0:51 0:43 0:08 Star Wars :08 46 19 19:35:21 19:58:14 1M06 Ren's Entrance 0:22 0:22 REEL FOUR v9 DC 5 47 1 00:53:21 02:01:13 4M11 Poe and Girlfriend 1:07 1:07 48 2 02:08:07 02:40:04 4M36 from Ep.8 Luke and Rey 0:32 0:32 49 3 02:40:04 03:39:14 4M10 Red Eyes 1:09 1:05 0:04 Kylo :04 50 4 03:51:12 05:45:00 5M01 Meddling and Poe's Crush 1:53 1:42 0:11 Kylo :11 51 5 05:54:08 08:05:12 5M03 Hallway Shooting 2:11 2:04 0:07 Resistance:07 52 6 08:06:12 08:55:13 5M05 Rey Sees Mother 0:49 0:42 0:07 Vader :07 53 7 09:07:19 11:27:03 5M06 Hard To Get Rid Of 2:19 2:08 0:11 Emperor :11 54 8 11:27:03 12:58:23 5M07 I'm The Spy 1:31 1:16 0:15 Rey :08, Kylo :04, Star Wars :03 55 9 12:59:00 15:16:03 5M08 Geneology 2:17 2:09 0:08 Star Wars :04, Rey :04 56 10 15:16:03 15:44:19 4M12 Ship Walk and Talk 0:29 0:29 57 11 15:49:05 16:11:10 4M07 Rey's Grief 0:22 0:22 58 12 16:11:10 16:28:23 5M46R from Ep.7 Kylo Stalks Rey 0:32 0:32 59 13 16:28:23 17:02:07 6M56E from Ep.7 Ren In Cockpit 0:33 0:33 60 14 17:02:07 18:19:06 5M10 Landing At ? 1:17 1:17 REEL FIVE v9DC3 61 1 00:51:18 01:15:04 4M36R from Ep.7 I Ran Into You 0:23 0:23 62 2 01:15:04 01:41:13 2M06 The Medal 0:26 0:12 0:14 Force :14 63 3 01:41:13 02:45:11 5M12 Off The Waterfront 1:03 1:03 64 4 02:57:01 03:31:14 6M02 Rey Climbs Pipes 0:34 0:34 65 5 03:52:03 04:20:08 6M02A Climbing 0:28 0:28 66 6 04:20:08 05:05:23 13M2 from Ep.6 Vader's Death 0:45 0:45 67 7 06:59:16 07:49:13 6M04 Daisy In A Veil 0:50 0:50 68 8 07:49:13 07:55:17 6M05 Leia Lies Down 0:06 0:06 69 9 07:55:17 08:18:20 6M50R from Ep.7 Han and Leia Reunion 0:23 0:23 70 10 09:52:05 11:17:23 6M07 Stop and Start 1:26 1:20 0:06 Kylo :06 71 11 11:34:21 13:36:13 6M08 Healing Wounds 2:02 1:52 0:10 Force :10 72 12 13:36:13 14:37:13 5M30 Under a Blanket 1:01 0:11 0:50 Leia :50 73 13 15:15:19 16:56:12 7M08 Father Knows Best 1:43 1:43 74 14 16:56:12 07:14:23 1M08 Approaching The Nursery 0:18 0:18 75 15 17:14:23 17:34:04 1M06 Ren's Entrance 0:19 0:19 REEL SIX V9DC5 76 1 00:08:04 00:47:01 6M12 Six Twelve 0:39 0:39 77 2 01:05:13 01:25:21 7M03 from Ep.3 The Birth of the Twins 0:20 0:20 78 3 01:25:21 02:15:00 7M05 from Ep.3 Plans for the Twins 0:49 0:49 79 4 02:20:02 02:51:12 7M01 Seven One 0:31 0:31 80 5 02:51:12 03:10:21 7M02 Rey Meets Luke 0:19 0:19 81 6 03:10:21 03:17:04 6M20 Sabre Toss 1:45 1:29 0:16 Rey :06 Force :10 82 7 04:05:17 05:03:02 7M03 Luke's Advice 0:57 0:30 0:27 Rey :13 Force :14 83 8 05:03:02 07:33:22 7M10 Leia's Sabre 2:31 1:15 1:16 Leia :15 Star Wars :15 Yoda :46 84 9 08:21:03 08:36:23 3M26R from Ep.7 You're Han Solo? 0:16 0:16 85 10 08:36:23 08:46:01 5M10 Landing At ? 0:09 0:09 86 11 08:46:01 09:39:03 6M55R from Ep.7 Council Meeting 0:53 0:53 87 12 09:39:03 10:08:23 7M04 The Meeting 0:30 0:30 88 13 10:08:23 10:46:00 7M05 March Of The Resistance 0:37 0:37 Resistance :37 89 14 10:46:01 11:10:08 8M77 from Ep.7 March Of The Resistance 0:24 0:24 90 15 11:10:08 11:42:02 6M13 Rey's Trip To P 0:32 0:32 91 16 11:42:02 12:00:07 7M03 from Ep.3 The Birth Of The Twins 0:18 0:18 92 17 12:00:07 12:56:21 1M26 Spy's Message 0:56 0:56 93 18 12:56:21 13:36:23 1M08 Approaching The Nursery 0:40 0:22 0:18 Emperor :18 94 19 13:37:01 14:57:05 7M12 Seven Twelve 1:20 1:06 0:14 Star Wars :04, Force :10 95 20 14:57:05 15:33:18 7M12A Horses #2 0:36 0:23 0:13 Force :13 REEL SEVEN v9 DC7 96 1 00:08:00 02:34:09 7M20 Approaching The Throne 2:27 2:27 97 2 02:34:09 04:09:16 7M21 Parents 1:35 1:35 98 3 04:46:01 06:52:07 7M30 More Action 2:06 2:06 99 4 06:52:07 08:36:01 7M32 Make The Sacrifice 1:43 1:43 100 5 10:59:06 12:41:10 7M36 Dunkirk 1:42 1:42 101 6 14:04:12 17:12:20 7M38 I Am All The Sith 3:08 3:08 102 7 17:12:20 18:08:21 8M07 Big Ship Blows Up 0:56 0:56 103 8 18:08:03 18:46:13 8M10 Success and Sliding 0:38 0:31 0:07 Falcon :07 104 9 18:46:22 19:37:15 8M11A Dropping The Sabre 0:50 0:20 0:30 Rey:30 REEL EIGHT v9 DC5 105 1 00:16:00 04:32:00 8M14 Ben to Rey 4:16 4:16 106 2 04:32:00 07:50:05 9M03 Bows 3:18 1:15 2:03 Star Wars :08, Force :19, Yoda :40 Rey:13 Luke &Leia :43 107 3 08:00:15 09:42:15 9M05ALT Return to Tatooine 1:42 1:42 108 4 09:48:04 10:21:21 8M15 Horn Solo 0:33 0:33 Force :33 109 5 10:21:12 22:37:00 8M16 End Credits 12:00 10:30 1:30 Star Wars :30 Rey 1:00 Total Music in Film 2:03:56 Total Thematic Material from Eps. 4, 5, 6 10:31 Total Thematic Material from Ep. 7 6:00 Total Cues from Previous Episodes 6:08 Total Source 1:20 Total Original Music (80.55%) 1:39:50
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