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Comments about the soundtrack for The Terminal (John Williams)
Great Review of Great Score

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Timmy B.
Great Review of Great Score   Saturday, June 12, 2004 (11:01 p.m.) 

This was a wonderful score and I can't agree with the review anymore! A huge improvement from "Catch Me If You Can"... a really nice film and a fun, bouncy score to accompany it.

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Mike James
Re: Great Review of Great Score   Friday, June 18, 2004 (10:42 p.m.) 

> This was a wonderful score and I can't agree with the review anymore! A
> huge improvement from "Catch Me If You Can"... a really nice
> film and a fun, bouncy score to accompany it.

What do you think specifically makes this review "great"? Just wondering.

Also, what do you like about this score so much more than "Catch Me If You Can"?

Tim

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Re: Great Review of Great Score   Friday, July 16, 2004 (10:57 p.m.) 

> What do you think specifically makes this review "great"? Just
> wondering.

> Also, what do you like about this score so much more than "Catch Me
> If You Can"?

> Tim

"Bouncy" is a perfect word to describe the Catch Me if you Can score... and, thusly, the score perfectly embodies the "bounciness" of the characters as they "bounce" from place to place.

I enjoyed Christian's review of the score, but I must say that I found the theme quite easy to whistle as I walked out of the theatre, and right back in several days later...

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