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Reaction to The Interpreter score

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Reaction to The Interpreter score   Monday, May 2, 2005 (7:54 a.m.) 

James Newton Howard's score to The Interpreter is a very well written compostion. It works very well in the movie, and it is also great to listen to just on cd. It's interesting and fresh from Howard, although I find a few cues from the score that reminds me of Unbreakable and Vertical Limtit for some reason.
Overall, I rate this score a ***1/2 out of 5.
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