Antonio Carlos Jobim - Theatrical Film and DVD release -
Walt Disney Video

From the Motion Picture "Deep Rising" (1998):

Tom Jobim's bossa nova composition "The Girl From Ipanema" can be heard twice in this film.

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[Above:  two posters for the movie in English; Below:  two posters for the movie in alternate languages]

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[Above:  DVD cover image]

Film Details:

Deep Rising (1998); also known as Tentacle USA (working title).  Directed and written by Steven Sommers; rated R for sci-fi violence and gore.  Runtime:  106 min. (Germany 97 min.)  Country: USA, Language: English; Color: Color (Technicolor); Sound Mix: DTS/Dolby Digital/SDDS. 

Movie synopsis:  A group of heavily armed hijackers board a luxury ocean liner in the South Pacific Ocean to loot it, only to do battle with a series of large-sized, tentacled, man-eating sea creatures who have taken over the ship first.

From the Motion Picture "Finding Nemo" (2003):

Tom Jobim's bossa nova composition "The Girl From Ipanema" can be clearly heard in this film in one of the dentist office scenes.

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[Above left:  DVD Collector's Edition cover image; above right, poster advertising the movie when it premiered]

[The song listed, as displayed in the closing credits of the film]

Film Details:

Finding Nemo (2003).  Directed by Andrew Stanton and Lee Unkrich of Pixar Animation Studios; written by Andrew Stanton.  Runtime: 100 minutes. 
Country: USA, Language: English; Color; Sound Mix: DTS/Dolby Digital/SDDS.

Movie synopsis:  Two unlikely fish partners go on a world-wide quest to retrieve a missing son, who was captured by a dentist.


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