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  1. It's true that I don't post a lot, but that's because it takes me too much time to write in English, not because I don't dare to say anything. More often than not whatever I have to say has already been said - and said much better than I ever could've. But I do like this show, moreso than WandaVision, even though WandaVision had more potential and to me a more interesting premise. I guess I'm positively surprised. I don't love it to death, though, because it is rather forgettable, and I'm far more invested in the other shows I'm watching at the moment.
  2. @Thor will get a motif of course, but for inexplicable reasons Williams doesn’t include it in the OST program, and that makes everyone, except @Thor himself, upset.
  3. I would say that there's a great tradition of directors making some of their best movies based on their childhood. Films like Bergman's Fanny och Alexander, Fellini's Amarcord, Malle's Au revoir les enfants, Cuarón's Roma, Tarkovsky's Zerkalo, Terence Davies' Distant Voices, Still Lives, etc.I am really looking forward to this one!
  4. Maybe much of the confusion is linked to Williams initially scoring a wrong cut of the film? Since it only became apparent during the actual recording of the score, I'm sure Williams and everybody else had to work like lightning figuring out what to do, perhaps resulting in some weird titles for the rewrites? Unfortunately I can't find the original link about it, but I know I've posted it before.
  5. And it becomes a much better album by removing Tyler's tracks, in my opinion.
  6. Right? I'm feeling really excited already.
  7. Couldn't find a thread on this (maybe I didn't look hard enough?). This project sounds ideal for a great Williams score... Source!
  8. I feel like the pandemic probably affected this series finale the most. But it's just a feeling.
  9. Over the last couple of months I've been listening to the 'The Lagacy of John Williams' podcast and I'm so freaking impressed. It's wonderful to hear qualified people discuss my favourite composer. Especially all the amazing session players and other people who have actually worked with him. I've recommended it to many of my friends. Maurizio Caschetto, thank you so much for doing what you do, and doing it so well.
  10. A very happy birthday to my favourite composer. Wether listening to a John Williams score for the first or the hundredth time there are always new surprises to find, and that is why I almost listen to his music every day. While I don't have the time to contribute much to these forums, not a day goes by where I don't think about how lucky I am to know this website and to be a small part of a community celebrating a composer whose legacy is still being written. Perhaps this year will be the year I finally get to experience him perform live! I'm crossing my fingers!
  11. I'm definitely not upset about missing it, but I was endlessly fascinated with the shawm cue as a 10-year-old for some reason. I still have a habbit of humming it subconsciously from time to time (my boyfriend knows it well by now, haha). It probably started my interest in the art of combining source music and score. If I get to direct some movies in the future that's something I'd love to play around with. It's a source cue I love and I wish was included, but not a loss that affected my enjoyment of the release in any way.
  12. From the scores not mentioned on your list, @Bespin, I really like Fried Green Tomatoes, Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events and Side Effects. I heard all three scores in their movies first, though, I don't know if that has any influence on how I enjoy them on album.
  13. None of those themes are from the last decade, though?
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