When this score is over, all I’m left with is the weirdness and a slight discomfort provided by some of the tracks
At 30 minutes, this score doesn’t have time to get boring
It is a score that sticks in your head because of its unique and intense sound
A simple little film latched itself to me and brought with it a few short and happy little tracks…
Fans of the show will absolutely love it, but others should also enjoy the interesting sounds and instruments that Trevor Morris combined for a very satisfying listening experience.
Overall, this is one intelligent, majestic and effective horror score
My favorite pieces from this final part of the trilogy are the three parts of “The train”: “A science experiment?”, “It’s Clara” and “Point of no return”.
Thank you Bear McCreary for this gift and for breathing such fresh air into the world of scores!
Alan Silvestri was the perfect man for the job of scoring “Forrest Gump”. Robert Zemekis went with his favorite composer and the connection they had helped us get a score for the ages
“Wishin’ and hoppin’” ends up as an enjoyable and sunny listen
This score is still as fresh and exciting as it was when it first came out, and I enjoy it almost as much as the movie.
For me, “The postman” is the most special James Newton Howard score of the 1990s
The “Back to the future” score is the perfect companion for the movie. There’s not a single note in excess or a motif that doesn’t fit.
The joy, excitement and agitation of Christmas are all here. “A Christmas Carol” is a must listen for everyone. I guarantee you’ll have a great time.
The “End credits”, with the mermaid’s voice and the gentle strings bids farewell to that winter island and leaves a wonderful echo of this score.
I think I didn’t believe the score and that’s why I couldn’t connect with it.
“The river murders” was a very nice surprise
Enjoyable as “Mousehunt” is sometimes, it’s nowhere near that so I probably won’t listen to it again