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Comments about the soundtrack for The Day After Tomorrow (Harald Kloser)
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Johnny Biggs
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Rich
Great   Wednesday, June 9, 2004 (11:35 p.m.) 

I loved this score. The main theme was great, uplifting yet bleak at the same time. I know some hate it, but I'm sure others appreciate this one.

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Johnny Biggs
Re: Great   Thursday, August 5, 2004 (9:57 a.m.) 

> I loved this score. The main theme was great, uplifting yet bleak at the
> same time. I know some hate it, but I'm sure others appreciate this one.

I too love the main theme, and I'm still humming it several weeks after first getting the score. It's quite uplifting, as you say, and expansive, giving a sense of bleakness but with some hope.

Is it me, or does the reviewer find it hard to recognise good themes? He also fails to spot the theme in Saving Private Ryan which I find just as memorable as this one.

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