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Comments about the soundtrack for Gigli (John Powell)
You obviously haven't heard it more then once

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Shogo Kawada
You obviously haven't heard it more then once   Sunday, January 11, 2004 (2:26 p.m.) 

Phrases like this "A string section is accompanied by the band and a few flutes to produce non-thematic meanderings of pleasant chords." tells us exacly that.

No themes? what the heck are you talking about Chris? Non Thematic? did you even listen to the score or did you skip it to the last 2 tracks?

By any means, this score was a welcome change for the composer who sadly scored The Bourned Identity and The Italian Job. Don't get me wrong, The Italian Job was a good score but this one shows the lighter side of John and is a welcomed change.

I really can't figure out what the heck your talking about for about half your review.


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Re: You obviously haven't heard it more then once   Saturday, July 9, 2005 (8:53 p.m.) 

I have to agree. The movie is really awful, but the score is surprisingly decent. It isn't John Powell's best, but the score is still a good listen. There are definetly themes present within the score, I wonder if the humble reviewer at filmtracks really payed any attention to the score...

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