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Comments about the soundtrack for The Terminal (John Williams)
The Terminal

Rob
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The Terminal   Wednesday, July 7, 2004 (12:56 p.m.) 

Great score. I have not seen As Good As It Gets, so I cannot comment on the Zimmer score. When I heard William's score for The Terminal for the first time, it reminded me of Henry Mancini's score for What Did You Do In The War, Daddy?

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Rob
Re: The Terminal   Thursday, July 15, 2004 (3:59 p.m.) 

> Great score. I have not seen As Good As It Gets, so I cannot comment on
> the Zimmer score. When I heard William's score for The Terminal for the
> first time, it reminded me of Henry Mancini's score for What Did You Do In
> The War, Daddy?

What a great movie and score, so upbeat, and from the heart as well, its nice to see that Williams doent make cookie cutter soundtracks....

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Rob
Re: I guess it all worked out.... M:I-3   Wednesday, August 18, 2004 (1:46 p.m.) 

> Great score. I have not seen As Good As It Gets, so I cannot comment on
> the Zimmer score. When I heard William's score for The Terminal for the
> first time, it reminded me of Henry Mancini's score for What Did You Do In
> The War, Daddy?

Sorry for that one, but I really must ask. What did the father answer? "I was shovellin' ##### in Louisiana?"


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