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Bee Movie: Music From The Motion Picture (CD)

By: Rupert Gregson-Williams


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DISC 1 for Bee Movie: Music From The Motion Picture (CD) Album By Rupert Gregson-Williams Amazon.com
1   Graduation Buy
2   Honex Buy
3   The Pollen Jocks Buy
4   Barry Flies Out Buy
5   Vanessa Intervenes Buy
6   Sugar Sugar, song (as used in the film Bee Movie)  
7   Assault on Honey Farms Buy
8   Ken Buy
9   Barry Turns the Screws Buy
10   Monty Slanders and Adam Stings Buy
11   Hearts, Flowers and Hive Closures Buy
12   Honey Round Up Buy
13   Rooftop Consequences Buy
14   Land That Plane Buy

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It's pretty obvious that Ratatouille set up a new standard for animation; following suit, Michael Giacchino's score was among the best of 2007. Jerry Seinfeld's animation debut, DreamWorks' Bee Movie, pales a bit in comparison, and so does Rupert Gregson-Williams's score, which is competent but also struggles to establish an identity of its own. The first track, "Graduation," oddly sounds a little like the theme for a '60s TV Western, an impression confirmed by bits of "Honex"--at times you feel as if you're listening to the imaginary score for a remake of Bonanza. It's obvious Gregson-Williams (not to be confused with his brother Harry, an animation specialist who's also scored the likes of The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe) has soaked up the classics: "Assault on Honey Farms" has moments of James Bond-esque grandeur, while "Honey Round Up" pulls off the funky, horn-laden vibe Bond sometimes prefers; elsewhere, "Ken" nods in the direction of Nino Rota. Dialogue cues might have helped lighten up the mood, but there are none. The CD is rounded up by two pop tracks, the Archies' "Sugar Sugar" and Sheryl Crow's faithful cover of the Beatles' "Here Comes the Sun. " --Elisabeth Vincentelli



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