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They all have a structure and format to create emotion and just a general sense of being in an action flick.
Since writing one of the best scores of his career for The Polar Express in 2004, Alan Silvestri's recent output has been unusually disappointing.
Mr. Silvestri does a great job with this soundtrack by capturing the mood of the movie in this collection of music from the movie.
If you watch GI Joe and Van Helsing around the same time you will swear they have the same score. Neither seem to emotionally fit with the material. Read morePublished on December 7, 2009 by J. Brad Yeates
Mr. Silvestri does a great job with this soundtrack by capturing the mood of the movie in this collection of music from the movie.Published on September 12, 2009 by M. O'connell
this is a fairly decent action score, but nothing too impressionable, or memorable....
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Man, i am so disappointed! What is the matter with Alan Silvestri? The film scoring industry is dominated by Hans Zimmer and his army of clones. Read morePublished on August 8, 2009 by Jean-rené Leroux
Let me start of by saying that this is not a great score/soundtrack. Sorry, but it isn't.
With that said the "End Credits" is a disturbingly epic track. Read more
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That's a shame that there's no hint of the original cartoon theme in the music. But I can understand why there wouldn't be. I'm just kind of holding out hope that at least at the end of the credits or somewhere in there we get the old cartoon riff. Oh well. If it's not there then I'll just listen... Read More
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