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Comments about the soundtrack for Meet the Spartans (Christopher Lennertz)

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• Posted by: JBlough (formerly TUBA)   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Thursday, February 12, 2009, at 2:15 p.m.
• IP Address: wireless-165-124-136-193.nuwlan.northwestern.edu

Shocking
Devastating
Out of nowhere
WOW

I do digress on the overall rating though. While Lennertz probably wrote the best score that could've been produced for the material, overall it isn't a terribly engaging listening experience. It veers all over the place in ways a Powell animation score wouldn't dare, and really only the last four cues have anything in the way of consistency. 2.5 stars for me, if only because I really couldn't appreciate most of the cues and the lack of any sense of theme (something he's been quite adept at, at least with video games) proved a bummer. Nonetheless, I hope that Lennertz moves up to bigger and better things as I am a fan of his Medal of Honor and Warhawk scores.

BTW, I totally thought it would be Burn After Reading or Tropic Thunder. KaWHIFF! Though 2/3 so far ain't bad...




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