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Jack
LOVED IT!   Saturday, December 11, 2010 (7:25 p.m.) 

I just saw the movie today, and it was great! I really loved the score for this one as well. It really captured the excitement of the story to a T and beyond. And frankly, I'd rather have an album with as much of the music as possible instead of a sorry 45-minute compilation album.

Great review!

I have a feeling that DAWN TREADER may be the last of the NARNIA movies, though.



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Re: LOVED IT!   Saturday, December 11, 2010 (8:20 p.m.) 

> I just saw the movie today, and it was great! I really loved the score for
> this one as well. It really captured the excitement of the story to a T
> and beyond. And frankly, I'd rather have an album with as much of the
> music as possible instead of a sorry 45-minute compilation album.

> Great review!

> I have a feeling that DAWN TREADER may be the last of the NARNIA movies,
> though.

They'd probably have to skip all the way to The Final Battle for something usable for that scale.


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