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Comments about the soundtrack for Unbreakable (James Newton Howard)

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Good, but where is it in the movie?
• Posted by: Don Smith
• Date: Wednesday, February 28, 2001, at 4:03 p.m.
• IP Address: spider-to027.proxy.aol.com

At this point in time, Unbreakable is my favorite score (last out beating Gladiator in my top three scores). The score is so theme driven, I think I've counted at least four to five themes. The main theme is scary and dark, and the secondary theme is heroic and bold. And never has there been a score that I would sit through the whole thing and not skip any tracks (track 11 because it scared the be#####out of me). So I'm a true fan of the score, but the music is really distorted in the movie. In the last track, only about 1 minute of music appears in the movie. I understand why, but what's the point? I really do think the score is awsome, but I think Mr. Howard could have put the music heard in the movie on the soundtrack. And what's the deal with the song album that some people got?
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       Don Smith - Wednesday, February 28, 2001, at 4:03 p.m.


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