Reviews by DBJC
It's not a bad score considering that it belonged to an epic movie. It's not my favorite score by Horner, but it shows Horner's colors as a composer. My favorite track is "Wallace courts Murron."
After waiting a year for the finally of this trilogy to come up,it was satisfying to finally read the conclusion to this epic trilogy. There is a lot of traveling ( of course) and the ending was a good, satisfying conclusion. Elisa is a great protagonist and has had tremendous character development throughout the three books. I wish there was more, but i guess I'm going to have to settle for the short stories that accompany this world.
I really enjoy Coldplay from pre-Viva la Vida because I grew up listening to them before they were actually popular. This is a great album to listen to. Chris Martin has his calming voice as usual, and the song are great. My absolute favorite songs are "Clocks" and "A whisper" but I liked listening to the entire album from beginning to end. Yes, I would recommend this album to everyone.
I didn't like this album as much as "Born to Die." I also wished that this was the album that included some bonus songs because I was really looking forward to listening to "Lolita." I guess I have to look for the Born to Die edition of Paradise.
The soundtrack to Tarantino's movies are kind of...strange, but they fit with the movie. I guess that's not a surprise, but putting the music together on a CD can be a bit strange. It doesn't flow like a normal soundtrack, but I mean...it's Quentin Tarantino. You get a mix of just about everything on this album including sound effects. Who knew? Well, if you want a reminder of great this movie is, go ahead and get the soundtrack. Get it. I was really glad that "Don't let me be misunderstood" was on the disk because I really like that fight scene and the music went well with the boss battle. 3.5/5.