Tuesday, February 06, 2007

Bridge to Terabithia

Haven't heard of the book, but may check the movie out when it launches in the UK on May 4th; it certainly does sound above average, though the Fantasy Movie advertising doesn't seem like it'll help. The soundtrack is on Hollywood Records, and the House of Mouse actually seems to be releasing it on CD this time (as opposed to iTunes exclusives - Eight Below, The Guardian, The Santa Clause: The Escape Clause, Deja Vu). The sound clips of Aaron Zigman (The Notebook, John Q, Akeelah And The Bee)'s score are by no means bad, but I'm kind of wishing they could have dumped some of the songs and put in more of his work, especially since this is a "Music from and Inspired by" album - Hannah Montana and the cute-sexy indestructible cheerleader can stay, ditto Bethany Dillon, but I hatehateHATE Leigh Nash (Sixpence None The Richer are unforgivable). And I have a horrible feeling Miss Robb will be over the end credits instead of Miley 'n' Hayden on account of a) her being in the movie and b) the music video attached... proper score CD post anon.

1. I Learned From You - Miley Cyrus
2. Try - Hayden Panettiere
3. Keep Your Mind Wide Open - AnnaSophia Robb
4. A Place For Us - Tyler James and Leigh Nash
5. Another Layer - John McLaughlin
6. Shine - The Skies Of America
7. Look Through My Eyes - Everlife
8. Right Here - Jeremy Camp
9. When You Love Someone - Bethany Dillon

10. Seeing Terabithia - Aaron Zigman
11. Into The Forest - Aaron Zigman
12. The Battle - Aaron Zigman
13. Jesse's Bridge - Aaron Zigman

3 comments:

Cameron McEwan said...

When I said that HEROES had "no place over here" I didn't mean that it didnt belong on UK TV, I simply meant there was no channel showing it - which, at the moment, there is not. I was unaware that Sci-Fi have picked it up and BBC2 are also showing it. Thanks for the heads up.

Cindylover1969 said...

I didn't mean that it didnt belong on UK TV

...but I didn't think that was what you meant; I saw very well what you did mean. Given that it's fairly widespread knowledge among blogs that the series has a UK home now (even if it hasn't started running yet), it was a surprise to me to see a statement like that. My pleasure.

The Archivist said...

I posted about this movie from the book before.

I've read the book. The trailer itself is wildly unappealing.