Selasa, November 05, 2013

Oz the Great and Powerful

Bulan Maret 2013 yang lalu, FSM me-review soundtrack Oz the Great and Powerful, berikut kutipannya:
The main title sequence is an old-fashioned credit overture that starts off with the main theme as a lovely music box melody, a natural choice since music boxes play an important role in the plot, before blasting off with a stirring orchestral passage that starts the adventure off right. The main theme doesn’t get to shine here to the extent of the one in “Alice’s Theme” from the aforementioned Wonderland, but it does get the full orchestral treatment in my favorite cue, “Fireside Dance.” From the subdued tones in the film’s black-and-white intro scenes, to the brash orchestrations that begin with the tornado, to James Franco’s arrival in Oz (and color), Elfman creates a lovely world, especially during the moments of discovery as in “A Strange World” and “Treasure Room/Monkey Business.”
After Elfman’s miserable experience on Spider-man 2, it seemed like the rich collaboration between him and Raimi that included such memorable scores as Spider-man and Darkman had been permanently severed. Thankfully, clearer and cooler heads prevailed.
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