My angle is basically that it makes for a really pleasant album. It's not original, fresh or even particularly coherent.
Like almost every Silvestri score then?
Yeah. This one has one advantage over many of them, though. It's got a bit of comedy, bit of 1970's jazz, bit of action, bit of James Horner-like wonder. It might not be the most unified, true, but a dull album it ain't. If that makes sense.