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Comments about the soundtrack for Runaway Jury (Christopher Young)

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Time is a problem
• Posted by: Jonny Appleseed
• Date: Monday, November 10, 2003, at 8:53 a.m.
• IP Address: d5qsfh11.resnet.dordt.edu

I don't know if it is the time as much as it is what you are looking for in the score (sorry Christian, not meaning to sound against you). I saw the movie opening night with my parents, and the score that accompanied the movie seemed to fit in just well. In fact I became a fan of Young when he composed Murder in the First, that is, and always will be, my favorite score of his. I felt that it had a lot of originality to it, maybe a titch of Newman, but the rest I felt was all him. Just curious if you Christian may have seen the movie, and maybe I'm wrong but I think that Young exemplifies an original composer that never uses the same theme twice.






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