Soundtrack review: Southpaw (James Horner – 2015)
Soundtrack review: Trishna (Shigeru Umebayashi – 2015)
I think I didn’t believe the score and that’s why I couldn’t connect with it.
“Romancing the stone” has everything: romance, adventure, horror, suspense, silliness and a lot of fun.
this one is quite the gem!
“Predator” is the kind of score I could never get bored with.
Just like when the first score ended, once “Father of the bride II” is done I’m left with a warm and fuzzy feeling inside.
There’s never a dull moment in “Father of the bride”.
This promo score leaves me with a very pleasant feeling inside, and with “What the tide could bring” still ringing in my ears…
Soundtrack review: Judgment night (Alan Silvestri – 1993)
“Night at the museum: Secret of the tomb” completes a satisfactory and fun trilogy
Soundtrack review: Night at the museum: Battle of the Smithsonian (Alan Silvestri – 2009)
It’s not a score I will listen to often, it’s one of those “in the moment” scores
“Contact” was a very unsatisfying listen to me. I had high hopes and expectations and got a very lackluster composition…
What I liked most about “Eraser” was that it wasn’t hard to sit through and that it had that 90s action sound that I really love
”Mac and me” will be among the most unexpected discoveries from this month, and I am glad I didn’t pass by it..