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Comments about the soundtrack for Brother Bear (Phil Collins/Mark Mancina)

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• Posted by: Kuga   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Monday, January 19, 2004, at 9:28 a.m.
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I haven't listened to the album, though i have seen the film twice. i liked the songs, and didn't turn my nose up at any of them, which is someting i have a tendancy to do with some recently. i haven't actually seen all of 20 minutes of tarzan, so i dont know wot the critics are going on about. though when i saw the film, i wasn't dragged along for the story - i was leaping along with it. it strangely reminded me of mulan - but simply because it's the same studio that made mulan. it's a neat movie, with a lot of emotional core. brought back memories of the lion king. what was better was it's length - it's LONGER than most animated films these days. two hours said my cinema's time sheet. most are 90 minutes or less. the bulgarian choir sent some small shivers down my spine. the action music tied blendlessly in to the "hand held" approach they used in the animation. and people wonder why it's still in the top ten here in britain so long after it's release?
it touched a heart string to know be reminded bear's have feelings towards us, and it's us who tresspassed their ground.

i'll have to get this soundtrack...

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