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Comments about the soundtrack for Open Water (Graeme Revell)

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purposely didn't read about it
• Posted by: greg   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Monday, August 30, 2004, at 7:38 a.m.
• IP Address: 63-227-252-142.chyn.qwest.net
• In Response to: Anybody who has read anything about this movie... (You Yourself and Dick)

> The couple DIES. Read any of the movie reviews. It's a sad true story
> about these two people who DIED. An analysis of the music would be hard
> without mentioning or knowing that they DIE.

I've read many of the movie reviews. Ebert, Beradinelli, A.O. Scot, none of them gave it away. I guess knowing that they die makes a viewing of the movie pointless, but not knowing makes for a measure of suspense. Anywho, I dind't know htey died until I saw the movie, and I can say that (ESPECIALLY given what ELSE has invaded the multiplexes) It was worth it for the suspense.

Sure, maybe it's not entertaining... but there are those that actually watch Requiem for a Dream for fun. Open Water is for them.

Revell's score, eh, it works. I like the bleak nature of it as the couple is ripped apart. Shows you just how sick of sugary Hollywood movies I am




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