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Comments about the soundtrack for Finding Nemo (Thomas Newman)
Good, creative score from Thomas Newman

Alex R.
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Joan
Randall Martin
Good, creative score from Thomas Newman   Monday, May 26, 2003 (6:45 p.m.) 

I like it. It's very interesting and surprising. I did notice however that track #6, "Mr. Ray, Scientist," sounds a great deal like track #13, "Dirty Money," from Road to Perdition. Am I right? Anyway, the score is good (more surprising than Monsters, Inc.) I was impressed by it.
Alex R.

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Re: Good, creative score from Thomas Newman   Tuesday, June 3, 2003 (9:40 a.m.) 

> I like it. It's very interesting and surprising. I did notice however that
> track #6, "Mr. Ray, Scientist," sounds a great deal like track
> #13, "Dirty Money," from Road to Perdition. Am I right? Anyway,
> the score is good (more surprising than Monsters, Inc.) I was impressed by
> it.
Alex R.

Actually, I was sitting in the theater watching the movie and hearing the score, said to myself, "That's *gotta* be Thomas Newman," because in parts it did evoke "Road to Perdition" (one of my favorite scores). His style's really distinctive. When I get the CD and hear "Mr. Ray" straight up with no movie to distract me (heh!) I'll offer an opinion on it compared to "Dirty Money" from "Road". Shame Newman didn't get the Oscar for the RtP score.

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Joan
Re: Good, creative score from Thomas Newman   Tuesday, December 2, 2003 (3:21 p.m.) 

Alex R.

> Actually, I was sitting in the theater watching the movie and hearing the
> score, said to myself, "That's *gotta* be Thomas Newman,"
> because in parts it did evoke "Road to Perdition" (one of my
> favorite scores). His style's really distinctive. When I get the CD and
> hear "Mr. Ray" straight up with no movie to distract me (heh!)
> I'll offer an opinion on it compared to "Dirty Money" from
> "Road". Shame Newman didn't get the Oscar for the RtP score.

The scene with the sharks, when Bruce is taking them to the sub, a relative told me that it sounded like "The Shawshank Redemption". Speaking of that, Thomas Newman wrote the score for that film as well.

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Alex R.
Re: Good, creative score from Thomas Newman   Monday, June 30, 2003 (2:25 p.m.) 

> I like it. It's very interesting and surprising. I did notice however that
> track #6, "Mr. Ray, Scientist," sounds a great deal like track
> #13, "Dirty Money," from Road to Perdition. Am I right? Anyway,
> the score is good (more surprising than Monsters, Inc.) I was impressed by
> it.
Alex R.

Grat Score by Newman. He did great.

p.s Monsters Inc. if i remember correct was by Randy Newman not Thomas

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