Sunday, October 21, 2012

Quick-Click Reviews: Volume 25

Quick-Click Reviews: Volume 25

In volume 25, your single click will bring your four soundtrack reviews for: Apocalypse World War II by Kenji Kawai, The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel by Thomas Newman, Music from the Batman Trilogy by Hans Zimmer, James Newton Howard, performed by the London Music Works, and The Possession by Anton Sanko.


APOCALYPSE: WORLD WAR II by Kenji Kawai
Review by Richard Buxton
6/10

"If you are able to look beyond some of the score’s less than stellar qualities, or are already a fan of the composer, APOCALYPSE WORLD WAR 2 is likely to provide moments worth your time."


THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL by Thomas Newman
Review by Christopher Coleman
8/10

"THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL will likely be remembered and awarded for its wonderful performances, but one that should not be overlooked is that of composer THOMAS NEWMAN, whose score is a refreshingly exotic getaway all it’s own."

MUSIC FROM THE BATMAN TRILOGY by Zimmer/Howard/ London Music Works
Review by Thomas Midena
8/10

"...this is a splendid performance of a fantastic collection of pieces, and can only be thought of as a success. "


THE POSSESSION by Anton Sanko
Review by Helen San
7/10

"Tucked away amidst the tension, mystery, and "heebie-jeebies" are some rather beautiful, musical moments."

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