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Don't Say a Word, but Save the Last Dance!

Don Smith
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jason b.
Don't Say a Word, but Save the Last Dance!   Tuesday, October 30, 2001 (2:58 p.m.) 

Mark Isham, who mainly falls under the same catagories as Mark (The American President) Shaimen, every once in a while he'll knock you away with a score that is not short of stunning. Isham's score are sometimes boring. Blade had some cool rythems, but lacked a cool gothic theme to back up the hero. Don't Say A Word is the same, cool rythems and cool choir, but lacks a strong theme (Thrillers don't produce the best themes anyway), but Isham's score for the 2000 release Save The Last Dance is a knock out. No score has been produced, but the score in the movie is great. The theme, while nothing to knock your socks off, has enough emotional kick to bring tears to your eyes.

A good effort, Isham should do more of those scores.

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Re: Don't Say a Word, but Save the Last Dance!   Monday, May 13, 2002 (10:38 a.m.) 

yeah, i dont care what any of you say, but in the movie, michael douglas character's wife is mad fine. i dont remember weho plays her, or what her onscreen name is, but she is hot. if she were my wife, and i had his money, i'd never leave the house. well, maybe i would, to get away fromhis stupid daughter. anyway, i just want to say that i loved the movie, and it is a definite "2 thumbs up!" see ya all later, buh-bye!

> Mark Isham, who mainly falls under the same catagories as Mark (The
> American President) Shaimen, every once in a while he'll knock you away
> with a score that is not short of stunning. Isham's score are sometimes
> boring. Blade had some cool rythems, but lacked a cool gothic theme to
> back up the hero. Don't Say A Word is the same, cool rythems and cool
> choir, but lacks a strong theme (Thrillers don't produce the best themes
> anyway), but Isham's score for the 2000 release Save The Last Dance is a
> knock out. No score has been produced, but the score in the movie is
> great. The theme, while nothing to knock your socks off, has enough
> emotional kick to bring tears to your eyes.

> A good effort, Isham should do more of those scores.


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