The Happening: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

13 06 2008

The movie is still stuck in my head, but not for the reasons you might think. It’s the music. Captivating composer James Newton Howard comes back to score another M. Night Shyamalan movie and I think it’s one of his greatest yet.

I am not an avid follower of soundtracks, composers, or musicians, but James Newton Howard is fantastic. Each note of his blends harmoniously with the next creating a sense of urgency and serenity at the same time.

Maya Beiser’s cello solos are so riveting! Her performance is breathtaking. She’s the glue that holds this amazing album together. I swear to God, you’ll love her! 😮

Howard has yet to disappoint [Unlike Shyamalan, whom I still love :p], and presents us with a majestic work of art that will forever echo in the coliseum of my memories.

That God for iTunes, huh? :p~
$9.99 is a bargain for this exquisite piece of musical art.

Take care & Stay safe,
The Archer ’08




2 responses

19 06 2008

i believe that one of the main reasons i watch and look forward to a Shyamalan movie is because almost always he works with Howard and i don’t have to tell you how AMAZING and POWERFUL Howard is 😀 i think u know me and soundtracks lol

any ways, i think they are a good team, they understand each other. they’re like Tim Burton and Johnny Depp, they’ve been always amazing together 😉

ok enough garga :p

20 06 2008
The Archer

loool, yeah I do! :p

Exactly.. the combination of Shyamalan’s exquisite cinematography and Howard’s skilled sense for music is truly wonderful.

I totally agree on the Tim Burton/Johnny Depp combo!

Noooo… more garga! Miss you way too much 😥

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