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Comments about the soundtrack for The Prestige (David Julyan)
Boring!

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Boring!   Thursday, November 30, 2006 (12:08 a.m.) 

The score is too understated and forgettable. "The Illusionist" is much, much better, and so is the movie.



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Re: Boring!   Tuesday, December 19, 2006 (10:42 p.m.) 

> The score is too understated and forgettable. "The Illusionist"
> is much, much better, and so is the movie.

I agree. I thought "The Prestige" was ok. But I loved "The Illusionist."



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Re: Boring!   Monday, November 12, 2007 (7:30 a.m.) 

> The score is too understated and forgettable. "The Illusionist"
> is much, much better, and so is the movie.

I strongly disagree. I thought "The Prestige" was much better....better constructed, better written, better acted. And the soundtrack is not for everyone, but it served the movie well. "The Illusionist" was good also, but I enjoyed "The Prestige" much, much more. "The Prestige" had me thinking a lot more than "The Illusionist", and besides, Edward Norton is a doorknob that can't act his way out of a paper bag.
Oops, I've gone and opened a can of worms.
Oh well, it's Monday.



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