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Comments about the soundtrack for Daredevil (Graeme Revell)
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dagwill
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Revell   Friday, August 6, 2004 (4:36 p.m.) 

The entire Daredevil Soundtrack is a slice of classic Graeme Revell - which is not a very good thing, I'm sorry to say. Loud, jabbered, disjointed, it skips from cue to cue without any kind of musical integrity; however, a hidden gem in this particular score is "Falling Rose", which develops a quite sustained violin tempo, ending with an almost tender piano solo, which used in the movie with the slo-mo falling rose is very effective. It bodes so well for a possible interesting theme of nostalgia and lost youth, perhaps. Another lost chance for Revell to create an interesting hero score. Where, or where, have scores like "The Rocketeer" or "X-Men 2" or "Batman" gone ...?

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