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JohnnyD last won the day on March 3 2019

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  1. I REALLY hope shipping starts on the same day tomorrow. It would be nice for this to arrive this Friday for my birthday.
  2. Bach’s Concerto In D Minor is played twice. Other than that, no. I’ve seen the film three times. I also agree that both film and score are phenomenal, and that the Maestro scores critical moments in the film. The music is spotted expertly and effectively. I can’t wait until it comes out on 4K Blu-ray.
  3. When Sammy shoots the shot in his war movie after he gives instruction to his friend playing the American soldier, and his friend walks through the bodies up to the moment when Sammy yells, “Cut” that cue starts with sustained strings, segueing from the guitar source music, and goes into the French horn; the cue ends when Sammy yells, “Cut.” Also, the volleyball scene has no music in it at all.
  4. Actually, this is an original short cue. The beginning of The Journey Begins is a reprisal of this short cue. The performance of the cue heard in the scene from the clip is softer and different.
  5. While I’m REALLY glad I was right about this, I’m surprised the film has not gotten a 4K Blu-ray release to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the film. Delayed maybe? I mean, the Blu-ray presentation is phenomenal, don’t get me wrong. I was just expecting a 4K home video release since we know that the film was restored in 4K recently. Regardless, I CANNOT WAIT to have this!
  6. SWEET! The performance of Sound the Bells will be released on my birthday, too! AWESOME!
  7. My anticipation for this film has never been higher. I’ll be there opening night to see it in IMAX.
  8. I just got back from seeing The Fabelmans. This was definitely Steven Spielberg’s most personal film, and certainly one of his best films, though I expected nothing less from Mr. Spielberg. I have to say that this was the best film to come out this year. I hope it gets the recognition it deserves; it was very heartfelt, moving, with plenty of funny moments and a lot of depth and drama. I can’t wait to see it again; heck, I can’t wait until I get it on 4K Blu-Ray, as I also want to know about the making of the film.
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