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  1. 1. First film score by Patrick Doyle

    • 5 stars
      3
    • 4 stars
      11
    • 3 stars
      3
    • 2 stars
      0
    • 1 star
      4
    • Don't know the score.
      3


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That's...interesting. Somebody must really have an aversion to the most Scottish film composer I know of, as this score may be lacking, but it's certainly not lacking 4 stars.

A tremendous debut work. Constantly interesting, with some very good melodies, a very nice (if repetitive) song, wonderfully performed, in one of the best soundtrack recordings (sound-wise) ever. 4 stars from me.

Morlock- who misses early Doyle

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Indeed. And though his mid-career decline may be milder than Doyle's, Thomas Newman has arguably been doing little more than spinning his wheels since Angels in America, which was a brilliant summation of his body of work to that point. (The Good German may be an exception to the trend.)

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