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Comments about the soundtrack for The World is Not Enough (David Arnold)
The world will never be enough-

Jh
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Chris
The world will never be enough-   Thursday, June 20, 2002 (12:10 p.m.) 

Destruction is always at hand with 007. when The World Is Not Enough was produced, Peirce had to push himselves ( hee hee) to the limit again. This movie review mainly focuses on the score of the song, and not the movie itself, which I think is just not good enough. People can't just review a movie and not include everything. The person that made this obviously had nothing better to do.

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Re: The world will never be enough-   Saturday, June 29, 2002 (12:59 p.m.) 

That what filmtracks is all about, reviewing the score. They dont review the movie just the score and how it works in the movie.

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Re: The world will never be enough-   Sunday, October 20, 2002 (7:55 a.m.) 

> That what filmtracks is all about, reviewing the score. They dont review
> the movie just the score and how it works in the movie.

NO REALLY!?!?!
I always wondered why this site was called www.filmtracks.com! well that answers it all now dont it! lol

but seriously, i come to this site to hear the reviews on the music... like wether the soundtrack is good or not, not to see what the movie is like, if i wanted a review of the world is not enough ill go to a movie review site!

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Re: The world will never be enough-   Saturday, November 2, 2002 (7:39 p.m.) 

You stated that the reviewer should review every thing.
Chances are it was the way you said it. Maybe you did not mean it like that.
But any way thats how i interpreted your message.

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