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• Posted by: SolarisLem
• Date: Tuesday, October 30, 2007, at 10:35 a.m.
• IP Address: p548ccfde.dip.t-dialin.net

...the best thing about this somewhat enjoyable but still mediocre film. Goldsmith was one of the few assigned people with this project who 1.) had talent 2.) who took this film serious AND 3.) walked away with dignity. The Score alone gave some of the scenes the sense of danger, dramatic power and otherworldliness they needed, things the SFX-Team was simply unable to provide.
The Music alone is excellent, sadly the tracks on the CDs are badly out of order and most shorter cues are missing.

**** (for the cd - i just ignored the song)
***** (for the music)






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