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Side Effects

SKU: VSD-7182

UPC: 030206718225

Artist: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Title: Side Effects

Composer: Thomas Newman

Release Date: 02/19/13

Price: $16.98

Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

SIDE EFFECTS

Music Composed by Thomas Newman (The Help, Finding Nemo, Skyfall)

SIDE EFFECTS is a provocative thriller about Emily and Martin (Rooney Mara and Channing Tatum), a successful New York couple whose world unravels when a new drug prescribed by Emily’s psychiatrist (Jude Law) — intended to treat anxiety — has unexpected side effects.

The creative and compelling score has been composed by Academy Award nominee Thomas Newman (Skyfall).

Open Road Films opens SIDE EFFECTS nationwide on February 8.

Varese Sarabande Catalog # 302 067 182 2

Release Date: 02/19/13

http://www.varesesarabande.com/servlet/the-1089/Side-Effects/Detail

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Thomas Newman scored Erin Brockovich and The Good German for Soderbergh, Koray

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Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

SIDE EFFECTS
Music Composed by Thomas Newman (The Help, Finding Nemo, Skyfall)
SIDE EFFECTS is a provocative thriller about Emily and Martin (Rooney Mara and Channing Tatum), a successful New York couple whose world unravels when a new drug prescribed by Emily’s psychiatrist (Jude Law) — intended to treat anxiety — has unexpected side effects.
The creative and compelling score has been composed by Academy Award nominee Thomas Newman (Skyfall).
Open Road Films opens SIDE EFFECTS nationwide on February 8.
Varese Sarabande Catalog # 302 067 182 2
Release Date: 03/05/13
Digital Release: 02/08/13
Track List:
1. Acute Parasomnia (:41)
2. Very Sick Girl (Main Title) (2:25)
3. Houston Free Meds (2:22)
4. Relativity (1:22)
5. Past Behaviour (1:28)
6. Another Acquittal (3:27)
7. Knife (1:20)
8. Hopelessness (1:22)
9. Allison Finn (2:27)
10. Dark & Stormy (1:10)
11. Poisonous Fog (2:29)
12. Salt Water (2:00)
13. Conduct Review (2:09)
14. Double Jeopardy (:46)
15. Malingering (5:42)
16. St. Luke’s (1:23)
17. Take Back Tomorrow (End Title) (2:21)
18. The Forgotten People Performed by Thievery Corporation (3:12)

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Roger Ebert praises the score in the first paragraph of his review.

Indeed he does and also later in the review points out that without the score it would be a different movie.

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I thought the same thing, that doesn't mean it's a quality score in term's of listening quality but of it's effect on the film.

The movie looks like a modern Dr. Jekyll and Mrs. Hyde?

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If Ebert mentions a score, its always in the context of its effectiveness in the film.

Its been a few years since he considered a score jaw-dropping! ;)

I see what you did there.

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