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Original Soundtrack - Erschienen am 26. Februar 2021 | Walt Disney Records

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Original Soundtrack - Erschienen am 18. November 2016 | WaterTower Music

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Original Soundtrack - Erschienen am 24. November 2014 | Hunger Games 3 - Mockingjay

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Original Soundtrack - Erschienen am 6. Dezember 2019 | Sony Classical

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Original Soundtrack - Erschienen am 19. Dezember 2006 | Varese Sarabande

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Original Soundtrack - Erschienen am 1. Januar 2004 | Hollywood Records

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Original Soundtrack - Erschienen am 30. Juli 2021 | Walt Disney Records

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Original Soundtrack - Erschienen am 1. August 1995 | Geffen*

In addition to the myriad other problems that hampered Kevin Costner's 1995 mega-turkey Waterworld, producers jettisoned Mark Isham's completed score at the 11th hour, recruiting James Newton Howard to compose a suitable substitute. Whatever the failures of the film itself, Howard's efforts demand praise. A rip-snorting adventure score in the classic Hollywood tradition, Waterworld boasts the kind of energy and suspense sorely lacking from the onscreen narrative, although it's mind-boggling to consider how much worse the movie might have been without Howard's music to buoy its action sequences. And there's more than just high-energy themes, too: the hauntingly atmospheric "The Bubble" beautifully captures the tranquil beauty of life below the ocean surface. Waterworld will no doubt always suffer from its association with its film inspiration, but taken on its own terms, it's one of Howard's best. © Jason Ankeny /TiVo
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Original Soundtrack - Erschienen am 4. Dezember 2020 | Varese Sarabande

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Original Soundtrack - Erschienen am 2. März 2018 | Sony Classical

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Original Soundtrack - Erschienen am 1. Januar 2014 | Walt Disney Records

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Original Soundtrack - Erschienen am 4. Juni 2012 | Universal Republic Records Group

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Original Soundtrack - Erschienen am 18. November 2013 | Hunger Games 2 - Catching Fire

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Composer James Newton Howard's evocative score was one of the many highlights of director Gary Ross' 2012 big-screen adaptation of author Suzanne Collins' dystopian, young adult blockbuster The Hunger Games. Tense, melodic, and brimming with cues that invoked the tale's rustic Appalachian roots, it helped to ground some of the film's more fantastical elements. For the much anticipated sequel, 2013's Catching Fire, Howard skillfully adapts those themes to a more urban environment, offering up an ethereal mix of stoic melodies and bold action cues that dutifully convey the second film's darker tendencies, while maintaining an undercurrent of soulfulness that reflects the emotional journey of its increasingly complex heroine. © James Christopher Monger /TiVo
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Original Soundtrack - Erschienen am 22. Mai 2001 | Walt Disney Records

Like all good Disney soundtracks, there's a requisite end title song/surefire pop hit sung by a young singer ("Where the Dream Takes You," by Mya) and a lot of great, whimsical score music. Atlantis is not a musical animated feature, so this is the only actual music/lyrics song, and it's fairly generic Diane Warren-written fare. James Newton Howard's score that follows brims with excitement, with the opening track "The Submarine" tackling a slight Western film motif before marching in with dramatic brass swells. The score follows the film's story, from the danger filled "Milo's Turned Down" through the booming, choir-enhanced adventure explosion "The Leviathan" and on to the mystical "City of Atlantis" and beyond. The main title piece that closes the disc is fairly standard, weepy, swelling stuff that certainly works better attached to images. The packaging features some very cool animation from the movie, including a pinup poster (unfolding the CD booklet) of three of the characters. That and of course the obligatory advertising for more Atlantis-related products. © TiVo
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Original Soundtrack - Erschienen am 26. März 2012 | Universal Records

While The Hunger Games' soundtrack received most of the the attention at the time of the film's release, James Newton Howard's score also played a significant part in bringing the dystopian world of Panem to the big screen. Given the cut-throat action that makes up a large part of the story -- in which children are sent to fight to the death to pay "tribute" to the nation's corrupt Capitol -- Howard could have tried to match that action with his music, but for the most part his score is admirably restrained. Tracks such as "The Hunger Games," "Healing Katniss," "Searching for Peeta," and "We Could Go Home" subtly nod to the rustic feeling of the film's soundtrack with their use of strings, guitar, and dobro, but orchestral and choral pieces like "Preparing the Chariots" and "Horn of Plenty" capture the pomp and circumstance the Capitol attaches to the children's sacrifices. The big drums on "Countdown" and "Booby Trap" are Newton's main concession to pulse-pounding action, but far more often he wisely chooses eerie drones and percussion as a way to ratchet up the tension, as he does at the end of "The Cave." It's only on "Muttations" that he turns the brass, guitar and drums up to 11, but by that time, he has earned it. Newton's score is one more fine piece of The Hunger Games experience, even if it's not the showiest one. © Heather Phares /TiVo
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Original Soundtrack - Erschienen am 1. Januar 2005 | Decca Soundtracks

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Original Soundtrack - Erschienen am 1. Januar 2000 | Hollywood Records

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Original Soundtrack - Erschienen am 3. November 2017 | Sony Classical

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Klassik - Erschienen am 7. Dezember 1999 | Decca US (Classics)

The soundtrack to Scott Hicks' 1999 film Snow Falling on Cedars features a score by James Newton Howard, who also composed music for The Sixth Sense and My Best Friend's Wedding. His music for this film reflects its compelling, emotional story, which is based on David Guterson's novel about a journalist covering the murder trial of a Japanese-American man married to his first love. © Heather Phares /TiVo
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Original Soundtrack - Erschienen am 5. März 2007 | Walt Disney Records

James Newton Howard's third Disney animated score is a solid if predictable effort in the composer's signature larger-than-life orchestral vein. Like the previous Atlantis: The Lost Empire, Treasure Planet is pure Disney formula, balancing rousing action, cornball comedy, and bittersweet romance in bold, broad strokes. What sets it apart from its predecessor is the presence of Gaelic whistles and fiddles, as well as a fiery electric guitar that adds a dash of rock & roll to Howard's otherwise conventional symphonic sensibilities. The problem with Treasure Planet is the problem that plagues all contemporary Disney scores, and that's the mind-numbing predictability of the music's emotional arc: if you've heard one of these, you've heard 'em all. Banal pop tunes from Goo Goo Dolls frontman Johnny Rzeznik and BBMak merely compound the facelessness. © Jason Ankeny /TiVo