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Comments about the soundtrack for Ever After (George Fenton)
Ever After is sweet

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Kirstine Romena
Ever After is sweet   Tuesday, November 20, 2001 (7:24 a.m.) 

The score should be rated way higher than what it is. email me and i will say more.


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Re: Ever After is sweet   Sunday, December 9, 2001 (11:08 p.m.) 

Yes, I guess it's sweet and I don't mind if I view the film over and over again either.



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Kirstine Romena
Re: Ever After is sweet   Friday, July 12, 2002 (1:29 p.m.) 

> Yes, I guess it's sweet and I don't mind if I view the film over and over
> again either.

I'm with the rest of you peeps! I suspect the main reviewer did not watch the movie and if he did he should watch it again. I thought the music was quite appropriate and set the mood effectively. Best example is when DiVinci (bless his heart)gives Henry "what for" over his treatment of Danielle. The music creeps up slowly on us and by the time we see her sitting in the rain distraught
the music is poignaint and sweet an we are totally caughtup in that moment.He may not be the Mozart or Bach of our time but this composer does a good job.

P.S. The music in the opening is infact the connecting score and there are echoes of it all through out the movie. How could you miss that?

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