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• Posted by: Joel A. Griswell   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, June 13, 2012, at 3:47 a.m.
• IP Address: pool-71-103-7-222.lsanca.dsl-w.verizon.net

hey guys, finally saw the film two days ago, and overall, even though I honestly thought it had many problems, I still was thoroughly impressed and had a great experience watching it.
I enjoyed the score much more than I expected, I thought it worked well in the film, except for one or two scenes. Obviously a different tone than the other scores, as this isn't a pure horror films, so it has more of a grand, nobler tone at times, while obviously still having plenty of dark, experimental moments of horror.
I was actually surprised that Harry Gregson-Williams didn't get some larger form of credit. Sure he only contributes two cues to the soundtrack album, but he did write one theme, which in my mind is actually the main theme of the film, at least it was the most clearly distinct and memorable theme, so I definitely noticed it every time it played on-screen, which was rather frequently

Anyways, I'm wondering if anyone has been able to re-arrange the tracks into a Chronological Order? I'm pretty sure there are several tracks in the album presentation that are way out of order, and I for one, am a big sucker for listening to the film order of a soundtrack whenever possible. Thanks!






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