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Exorcist
• Posted by: Thom   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Saturday, September 9, 2006, at 11:01 a.m.
• IP Address: customer68-118-143.iplannetworks.net

I found "National Treasure" kinda boring, but later I got "Exorcist: The Beginning". Now, this one is much better. It has some interesting moments and sound effects. You should get it, if you really enjoy Trevor Rabin's compositions. I enjoyed "Exorcist". It's not the best of the year, but it is quite nice. About "National Treasure", I can say that it is a little bit unoriginal. In some moments, I thought I was hearing John Powell, or even Thomas Newman. Nevertheless, I think both scores, "Exorcist: The Beginning" and "National Treasure", are good. Both films are disgusting, but I always say that you don't have to judge the score having the movie in mind.

I recommend both,
Thom






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