Thursday, September 20, 2012

Quick-Click Reviews: Volume 24

Quick-Click Reviews: Volume 24


Volume 24 of our Quick-Reviews is the first in nearly 10 years!  We figured you'd waited long enough.  With the re-introduction of these "straight to the point" reviews for the busy, multitasking, soundtrack-geniuses out there, we bring your four brand new reviews.  All four reviews are conveniently contained on one page.  One click...four reviews.

Here's what you'll find in Volume 24:


BATTLESHIP by Steve Jablonsky
Review by Richard Buxton
5/10


"Guilty pleasure is an apt way of describing many a JABLONSKY score in recent years, and for some, BATTLESHIP is possibly the guiltiest of them all."


BRAVE HEARTS UMIZARU by Naoko Sato
Review by Richard Buxton
8/10

"SATO’S music for the series is of a more of a Retro Remote control variety, favouring bold and exciting themes reminiscent of the 90’s Media Ventures scores. "


ELYSIUM by Jo Blankenburg
Review by Christopher Coleman
8/10

"Elysium features the sort of music that is all too rare, because fewer and fewer feature films allow such unabashed emotion to be demonstrated in their associated scores. "


ICE AGE: CONTINENTAL DRIFT by John Powell
Review by Helen San
6/10


"The kinetic punch isn’t in enough tracks to overcome the more pedestrian and quirky listening experience in the rest of the album."



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