Subject: Re: Which soundtrack "defines" each movie? Thu Jun 09, 2016 12:39 pm
JP "Journey to the Island" TLW "The Lost World" JP3 "Isla Sorna Sailing Situation" JW "Nine to Survival Job"
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Subject: Re: Which soundtrack "defines" each movie? Thu Jun 09, 2016 1:16 pm
Lyrical, beautiful, majestic, and grand. This is the first Jurassic Park in a nutshell.
The Lost World: Jurassic Park
The song is foreboding and mysterious, and sounds off like the moans of a dying behemoth creature just as our characters enter the Worker Village. Then jumps starts into a fast paced jungle adventure with hints of danger, much like the movie itself.
Jurassic Park ///
It's familiar... yet different, but all together there's not much new to it. Like JP///, it's unoriginal in that it's basically what we've seen before, just with a few new twists.
Light and lyrical, this one basically serves as the leitmotif of the younger main characters throughout the movie. It's new, different, but well put together the just same and that's what makes it interesting.