Please pay attention to THE BFG's movie soundtrack and fall in love with it

Ollie 2022-04-19 09:02:09

In the afternoon, I went to see the movie "BFG" ("Dream Giant") with my daughter. I specially selected the IMAX show and felt a more immersive viewing effect than 3D. Scenes such as late-night city streets, giant country, BFG's home, dream country, etc., are like a dream, and they are temporarily separated from real life. In an hour, we feel that the time is very long, and the complicated story before and after is finished, but we feel that it is very short, because the plot is too exciting and we can only concentrate. The bravery of the little girl Sophie and the kindness of the kind giant BFG made an ordinary weekend for me and my daughter incomparably gorgeous.

However, it is unimaginable that my movie watching started when I got home and made dinner. Note that along with the advancement of the movie plot, it is a symphony that is organized and varied in style. Going home and making pancakes for dinner, I searched for the soundtrack, and sure enough, all the tracks were composed by John Williams, with whom Spielberg has collaborated many times.

There are a total of 19 songs, but the first one is magnificent, neat and rigorous, and it fits the plot seamlessly. The interval use of horn, clarinet and violin in "to giant country" seems to show BFG's great stride, soaring all the way from the world to the giant country. Where he passed, it was like a hurricane blowing and whistling past. On the other hand, "dream country" is a beautiful and beautiful place of tranquility. Sophie chases her dreams in the alien space filled with clouds. "Sophie's nightmare" is the tense atmosphere created by the violin as soon as it comes on stage. Sophie and BFG want to create a nightmare to make the cannibal giants feel scared, so there is also the infinite courage of a little girl in the music. Of course, my favorite is the main melody of "sophie and the BFG", which is 8 minutes long. It is a complete symphony chapter. The brilliance of human nature and the kind and beautiful melody fill my heart. Although I can't fully understand it, it is true love it.

I'm so happy that I didn't listen to the Xuefeng concert for a week. I listened to the 19 songs three times over and over again, and I kept playing movies in my mind. This kind of enjoyment must be shared with everyone.

Pay homage to the master-

John Towner Williams was born on February 8, 1932 in Long Island, New York, USA. He is a pianist, conductor, composer, and film scorer.

Without further citations, take a look at the master's brilliantly prolific unattainable transcript:

Empire of the Sun 2014-06

Book Thief 2013-11

Lincoln 2012-11

War Horse 2012-02

The Adventures of Tintin 2011-11

Indiana Jones 4 2008-05

World War (2005) 2005-08

Memoirs of a Geisha 2005-11

Munich Massacre 2005-12

Happy Terminal 2004-06

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets 2002-11

Get away with justice 2002-12

Minority Report 2002-06

Artificial Intelligence 2001-06

Jurassic Park 3 2001-07

Patriots 2000-06

Saving Private Ryan 1998-07

The Four Brothers of Pride1996-10

Nixon Biography 1995-12

Schindler's List 1993-12

Earth Ambition 1992-05

Assassination of Kennedy 1991-12

Home Alone 1990-11

Indiana Jones 3 1989-05

Alien ET 1982-06

Superman 1978-12

Rage 1978-03

Star Wars 1977-05

Battle of Midway 1976-06

Great White Shark 1975-06

Skyscraper Fire 1974-12

Stepping into the sky 1973-10

Poseidon in Distress 1972-12

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Extended Reading
  • Keeley 2021-12-20 08:01:09

    BFG running seems to be hanging Avia

  • Diego 2022-03-21 09:02:07

    The children's movie, the giant and the queen eating together is funny. The giant looks like an old Edward Norton

The BFG quotes

  • [from trailer]

    Sophie: Never get out of the bed. Never go to the window. Never look behind the curtain.

    [Sophie does so, and spots a giant. She rushes back to bed, but the giant comes for her...]

    Sophie: And that is where our story begins...

  • Sophie: Where am I?

    The BFG: Giant Country!