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Comments about the soundtrack for Flightplan (James Horner)
I love scores like these...

Nick
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Matt
I love scores like these...   Sunday, November 13, 2005 (8:27 p.m.) 

Usually scores such as this, "Ransom", "The Forgotten", "The Pelican Brief" and other low-key, dissonant, 'cold' scores aren't very highly regarded...perhaps it's the lack if distinct thematic material, or the lack of big excitement, I don't know.

I find these scores to be very enjoyable and they receive the most attention during the evening hours, and for whatever reason, the cold, uneasy atmosphere they create seems best suited to this time of year- mid-November, where the days are shorter, the weather colder, and everything has this shade of gray. It may sound strange, but it's one way of listening to music I find interesting and enjoyable.

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Krishna Manohar
Re: I love scores like these...   Tuesday, November 15, 2005 (8:48 a.m.) 

> Usually scores such as this, "Ransom", "The
> Forgotten", "The Pelican Brief" and other low-key,
> dissonant, 'cold' scores aren't very highly regarded...perhaps it's the
> lack if distinct thematic material, or the lack of big excitement, I don't
> know.

> I find these scores to be very enjoyable and they receive the most
> attention during the evening hours, and for whatever reason, the cold,
> uneasy atmosphere they create seems best suited to this time of year-
> mid-November, where the days are shorter, the weather colder, and
> everything has this shade of gray. It may sound strange, but it's one way
> of listening to music I find interesting and enjoyable.

you're awesome! I totally agree...i always listen to these kinda scores with no or lighting...hehe...just listen


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Matt
Very good score, too sad and dreary though.   Thursday, October 19, 2006 (3:58 p.m.) 

> you're awesome! I totally agree...i always listen to these kinda scores
> with no or lighting...hehe...just listen

This score shows why Horner is the best as a dramatist, this score really will work your emotions and put you in a depressed state.



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