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Re: Don't Say a Word, but Save the Last Dance!
• Posted by: jason b.   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Monday, May 13, 2002, at 10:38 a.m.
• IP Address: bess-proxy4.edutech.org
• In Response to: Don't Say a Word, but Save the Last Dance! (Don Smith)

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.




Comments in this Thread:     Expand >>
  • Don't Say a Word, but Save the Last Dance!  (5474 views)
       Don Smith - Tuesday, October 30, 2001, at 2:58 p.m.
    •      Re: Don't Say a Word, but Save the Last Dance!  (3472 views)    We're Here
         jason b. - Monday, May 13, 2002, at 10:38 a.m.


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