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• Posted by: michael   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, January 7, 2007, at 12:48 a.m.
• IP Address: pool-71-164-38-56.chrlwv.east.verizon.net

The Moody score done with flowing violins brought an uplifting element. The Score was typical, but you could tell the composer was trying to go for something a little different. Some of the themes had beautifull melodies, A few were just drawn out a little to long and some themes were just to repetitive. Wonderful score, could have been more thematic on the "WE Are Marshall" side. But over all it worked for the film...Beck held the film together.

There needs to be a scoring stage here in Charleston, West Virginia. I'm a writer here and there are others like me. A film like We are Marshall could have easily been scored Here in Downtown charleston, West Virginia






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