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Mediocre?   Sunday, December 30, 2007 (7:55 p.m.) 

The music is very pretty, but I wasn't emotionally moved at all. :/



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Re: Mediocre?   Monday, December 31, 2007 (8:35 a.m.) 

I liked (and like) it a lot, I just wish there would be more....more. If that makes sense. Too often do I hear a part that's over before you know it. Lady in the Water had more "growing/building" songs, where a theme or tune would go somewhere.

Maybe add a new meaning to *extended* score? :P



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Re: Mediocre?   Monday, December 31, 2007 (8:40 a.m.) 

> The music is very pretty, but I wasn't emotionally moved at all. :/

Then listen again to "The Net" especially the second half of the cue and if that doesn't move you emotionally then you are helpless......



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Re: Mediocre?   Monday, December 31, 2007 (9:35 a.m.) 

I agree. There was nothing wrong with the score, but it didn't do much for me. I absolutely love Lady in the Water, and I was hoping I suppose for a similar sensawunder that simply wasn't delivered. What this score sounded like was any one of innumerable, pleasant, pretty but quickly forgettable boy-and-his-dog sort of scores. Also I was disappointed that director Jay Russell didn't reteam with his usual composer William Ross, whom I think could have crafted a fine score for this film.



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