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MattyO

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  1. Also, the fact that it’s a small miracle the labels are able to get anything released in the current climate...you could show some damn appreciation. So it’s not for you, fine, but let those who want it enjoy it. I will definitely be picking up a copy and am so grateful that Intrada are still working to get new releases out there.
  2. And this has what to do with the untimely passing of a superb actress? RIP Ms Jessica Walter, who indeed had an impeccable grasp of comedy.
  3. Is the main titles cue on the soundtrack album? It stood out in the film but it doesn’t seem to have been released.
  4. Is someone able to message me directions to find the recording sessions? I can’t find them anywhere! Also, Hans-Zimmer.com has posted on Facebook that a second album is coming, titled Sketches from WW84.
  5. The biggest downside to this (aside from the horror of the rampaging virus throughout the world) is that this move will further delay any future Bond expansions from LLL. If I were EON I’d be getting legacy stuff out there to remind people Bond exists.
  6. It shows clearly that La-La Land have the fans at heart - LTK and Moonraker are the two most requested Bond expansions. I remain hopeful that LLL will persevere when the timing is right.
  7. As to MV’s first point, I’d have thought that the extensive delays to the new film would open up EON to wanting something, anything to get released that keeps Bond out in the zeitgeist. Might as well make use of the extra time by working out merchandise deals. Likewise I hope EON are at least using this time to start planning the next Bond film.
  8. As to MV’s first point, I’d have thought that the extensive delays to the new film would open up EON to wanting something, anything to get released that keeps Bond out in the zeitgeist. Might as well make use of the extra time by working out merchandise deals. Likewise I hope EON are at least using this time to start planning the next Bond film.
  9. Oh what could have been! MV posted these comments on a post in a James Bond Music page I follow. Hopefully the red tape gets cleared when NTTD finally gets released. “Correction to everyone. It's not Eon. They are amazing to work with. It's two fold 1. The new movie delays. No one wants any older soundtracks out before the new movie arrives. Don't ask. This is the case with Top Gun and has been the case in the past (ie Xmen films and Apes films). The studios for some bizarre reason usually do not want any new soundtrack out of something old while the new one is coming out.
  10. Yes! I think the companions planning a jailbreak with Jack would have made a much more interesting episode.
  11. I’ve thought about it a lot since I first saw it and you’re right, they were trying to give the companions an emotional farewell that wasn’t earned. Considering the Doctor had her one and only heart to heart with Ryan in the same episode he leaves. Do the writers really think they’ve done the legwork to get a Davies-era exit episode? No way. Then they shortchange Graham who has been the most compelling of these poorest of companions, making him decide to leave with a shrug. He should have been the focal point - maybe put him in mortal danger for once and let him decide being with the Doc isn’t
  12. I love the score too. It does bother me they used John Murphy’s Sunshine track for that significant moment in the film - Zimmer’s Themyscira theme would have leant itself to a magnificent flying version. I wonder why they made that choice.
  13. I think it’s more akin to Spielberg using the original recording of Desert Chase to score The Jungle Chase in KotCS. There’s quotes from Zimmer saying that they did use Beautiful Lie in the temp and he was trying to write a unique cue but they eventually settled on “well it’s the same cinematic universe and it’s a cue by me, so why not just use the same piece.”
  14. This one didn’t click with me until I saw the film, then I couldn’t get it out of my head. The sinister motif for the Grand High Witch is very catchy.
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