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Comments about the soundtrack for The Bourne Supremacy (John Powell)
it wasnt too good a movie but the music made up for it

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it wasnt too good a movie but the music made up for it   Tuesday, September 21, 2004 (12:11 p.m.) 

John Powell did a good job with the music because it was the only thing keeping me awake in the theater. The movie was boring but the music was better in shorter terms.

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the movie was fine except for...   Monday, October 18, 2004 (7:27 a.m.) 

The action sequences. Worst action sequences I've seen in years. Too bad.. the rest of the movie, e.g. the plot, the acting (even by Julia Stiles), the edginess of the non-action scenes, and of course, the score, is terrific.



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Re: the movie was fine except for...   Sunday, December 19, 2004 (9:41 p.m.) 

Well apparently you just have a #####ty review since everyone I know liked it, including all reviewers.

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