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The Odd Life of Timothy Green
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The film revolves around an infertile couple who plant their ideas of the perfect child in the ground. With a touch of Disney magic they have a little boy the next morning, but with an interesting physical trait. On his ankles he has some leafs, but imperfections and all he becomes the son they wanted. While the title of the film has Timothy Green in the title, it definitely centers on the parents. Their journey is what echos in the music. While Timothy's story arc is nice, it really doesn't have the weight of what the parents go through. Zanelli plays off of this and that's where his music stems from. The score has a "folk" feel to it with instruments like the accordion and even pencils for percussion (a plot reference).Read more ›
We both commented how much we liked the musical score.
It was one we both wanted when it was available.
The composer, Geoff Zanelli, is a very talented guy. A lot of his best work was done in collaboration with Hans Zimmer (ex. Zanelli contributed music to the Pirates of the Caribbean films and the Lone Ranger). But he seems to be taking more solo projects now, and "Timothy Green" is his greatest work to date. I'd recommend you purchase this soundtrack, and keep an eye out for Zanelli's future contributions to film music.
If you're looking for the song that is heard over the end credits: This Gift
 You're Gonna Find it Hard to Believe
 Love and Be Loved
 Life Goes On
 So Much is Possible
The Odd Life of Timothy Green is a whimsical family drama directed by Peter Hedges and starring Jennifer Garner and Joel Edgerton as Cindy and Jim Green, a childless couple who dream of having a family of their own. After a night of drinking, having finally reconciled themselves to the fact that they will likely never have children, Cindy and Jim play a game where they write down all the qualities they would have wanted in a child, put the pieces of paper in a box, and bury the box in their back garden.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I loved the movie and the music always brings back those memories.Published 23 months ago by Sally Richards
One of the most beautiful scores that I have ever listened to.Published on July 25, 2014 by Tatiana Louzada de Souza
A really feel great movie. It is unusual film but my entire family was able to watch it from babies to seniors.Published on November 17, 2013 by J.C. BROWN
This is one of the best music I've heard in years. The end of the movie is beautiful and the soundtrack is so heart touching!Published on November 16, 2013 by Mask
This was a sweet heart warming movie that the whole family could and should see. The acting was great, and like I said, there was nothing in this movie that was offensive in any... Read morePublished on October 7, 2013 by jabz
The movie was fun and really cool for both children and adults. What was amazing the soundtrack run the emotional spectrum. Love listening to this with HD Headphones.Published on April 13, 2013 by David Karl
Geoff Zanelli got this one right! The music flows. I enjoy listening to instrumental music and this one is a keeper.Published on February 11, 2013 by T. Johnson
This is my favorite movie of the year for me. the story real cool, just real enjoyable. The kid in the movie funny too.Published on January 1, 2013 by billy