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Lions For Lambs Soundtrack


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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
other review mixes up film with soundtrack Nov. 21 2007
By Randall Wallace - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
the other listed review is about the film. giving one star to a mark isham music cd is not allowable in my book. his other cd "film music" is one of my top ten favorite cds of all time (along with with peter gabriel's "last temptation of christ"). the other review wrongly gave the soundtrack a "1" and until amazon removes the other review because it's a slam on the film and doesn't touch the soundtrack, i give it a "5" as a needed counterbalance. watch/listen to "never cry wolf" and "mrs. soffel". for my money in film soundtracks, it's john barry (james bond, the specialist, dances with wolves, indecent proposal), mark isham and dave grusin (three days of the condor, on golden pond, the firm, the cure) that i love as a backround for work, life, and play...
0 of 6 people found the following review helpful
A juvenile production not worthy of the cast April 13 2008
By J. Day - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
From the cast and from the description I was expecting a meaningful thriller. he movie was neither meaningful nor a thriller. I kept wsaiting for it to get better, but in the end the best that I could say about this was that it seemed like it was written for a H.S. project by a high school student ....the themes to be discussed by High schoolers and their teacher. If this is the case, it was very admirable for these great actors to donate their time and encouragement for this cause. For professionals it was a very bad rendition on old themes that of course are part of the awakening of young people. Tom Cruise was a poor choice for the portrayaL of the politically motivated senator. He was not believable and the part was shallow... actually the whole movie was shallow.
1 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Bring your brain Dec 16 2007
By Samaritan - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I thought this was a good movie. Because all the people in the movie believed in their positions. If you listened and questioned all their views, you can learn something. The two soldiers in the movie believed and honored their commitment. The treacher was who opposed to them joining the army was just as committed. If you used your brain, you'll at least learn that there are no easy answers when nations fight.
4 of 29 people found the following review helpful
Worst movie I've seen in years! Nov. 10 2007
By Panthera - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Of all seven movies that Redford has directed this has to be the worst. In fact, this is one of the worst movies I can remember seeing in years.

The movie is really one long boring conversation on 9/11, civics, the war, and our responsibility with making the world a better place. It's windy, preachy, and exasperating to watch.

Tom Cruise character is a Senator, Meryl Streep is a reporter and I am still wondering what that LONG interview was about. Not only was it lengthy but I got the feeling that all of the actors were talking to the audience rather than each other. In other words the movies main theme is "War is bad" and here are the MANY reasons that it is.

You expected any minute that Redford would point to the screen and say "Now you know the facts, what will you do?"

There's no action. No plot. No story line. For the entire length of the movie you get conversation. Let me back up a bit, the movie does spend a short time showing you the friendship between two college students who decide to leave school and join the military. To sum it all up, this short little "action" between all the conversation is really not worth anything and, to me, totally unrealistic. But even that doesn't last long and we are back to all that wordy dialogue.

This one is just plain horrible. Has NO entertainment value. I don't even recommend buying the DVD when it's released. Awful!!!

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