RIP, Ennio Morricone. Quite a prolific list of films scores.TV Show, have to go with Mary Tyler Moore/Love is All Around by Sonny Curtis. Husker Du and later Bob Mould covered it extensively, quite a crowd favorite.
For an instrumental I am partial From the Earth to the Moon on HBO.
For a theatrical film, I will go with Cinema Paradiso.
I remember reading about it once, but I don't recall where. They wanted a more real and rounded character, and Christopher was a pretty good actor.I have always wondered about the recasting of the Father Mulcahy character. They made the right call for whatever reason.
Jocularity!I remember reading about it once, but I don't recall where. They wanted a more real and rounded character, and Christopher was a pretty good actor.
My favorite Fr. Mulcahy line was after Klinger had punched out Frank, and an MP bursts in...
M.P.: What's going on, Father?
Father Mulcahy: Shh-shh-shh. He's exhausted.
M.P.: OK. Where's the guy that exhausted him?
Father Mulcahy: Let me take care of it. Please?
M.P.: [relenting] I'm not even Catholic.
Father Mulcahy: [smiling] Would you like to be?
I watched the mandalorian during a couple months ago and enjoyed it. (Also recommend Picard if you are familiar with TNG). Agree about the music, the use of drums is cool.We've been watching The Mandalorian. I think the music is the best part of the show. The main theme definitely has a western feel.