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  • CD (10 septembre 2013)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00E26Y0S6
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HASH(0x8f484abc) étoiles sur 5 nice movie score by Christopher Lennertz 10 octobre 2013
Par Paul Allaer - Publié sur
Format: CD
A couple of weekends ago I saw "Thanks For Sharing" in the theatre (more on that later), and afterwards I decided to check out the soundtrack album, which as it turns out there are two separate ones: this one, and the one featuring the songs that appear in the movie, equally worth checking out. The score is from young but already veteran Hollywood movie composer Christopher Lennertz (Identity Thief, Horrible Bosses, Hop, etc.).

"Music from the Motion Picture Thanks For Sharing - Original Score" (19 tracks; 33 min.--no, that's not a typo) is a collection of short instrumental tunes, some mere snippets really. The score opens with a 2 min. "Thanks for Sharing Theme", a pensive solo-piano tune. "Hymn For Hope" is an orchestra piece, but similarly understated. "Adam and Phoebe" is more playful, and on and on. The vast majority of these tunes are in the 1 to 2 min. range, so you just get a quick impression, and then you move on. That is not a bad thing as such, as these tunes simply paint an atmosphere of the movie, and at that, this movie does great. Several outstanding tracks I want to bring to your attention" "Hopelessness" and "Darkness" are, as the track titles would lead you to surmise, dark and abstract but nevertheless mesmerizing tunes. In fact the best tracks are all towards the end of the album. Check out the beautiful "Theme For Four Celli", and the album closer ""Thanks For Sharing Suite", a 6 min. "mega-mix" (but it's not a mix of course) of all the best moments from this score soundtrack. As a complete aside, as it happens often with these soundtracks, you can almost make up the plot from just seeing the titles of the tunes ("Danny at AA", "Don't Take the Subway", etc.).

I really enjoyed this movie score. But at a mere 33 min., it's a shame that this is selling at a full price, as this may keep away some people from buying this. In fact, they could've easily combined both the songs and score soundtracks onto a single CD (combined running time about 77 min.). But alas... That said, both soundtracks are definitely worth checking out.

As to the movie then, "Thanks For Sharing" (112 min.) is billed as a comedy-drama, but really is mostly a drama about three guys in a 12 step program to deal with their sex addiction. This movie has gotten a lot of less than positive reviews by the so-called experts/film critics, and hence I went to see this with low expectations. As it turns out, this movie played out very nicely, in particular when staying away from the comedy aspects (which weren't all that funny), and instead focusing on the impact of addiction to lives and relationships. Bottom line: don't be spooked by the so-called experts/film critics. "Thanks For Sharing" is a solid movie, and I would recommend you check it out.
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HASH(0x8f4e98c4) étoiles sur 5 An Emotionally Deep Score That Works On Many Levels 18 octobre 2013
Par Kaya Savas - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
It's rare to find a good adult drama that revolves around relationships and dealing with life issues. While Thanks For Sharing is about sex addiction, it is one of the more accessible films I've seen. It may seem like there's a shiny artificial glow coming off this film, but all the characters and emotions feel real. The script is well written and Christopher Lennertz's score resonates grandly. Chris came on late to this project, but was able to write a very beautifully character driven score for a film that didn't realize it needed it. The score works on many levels, incorporates different textures and is a fine example of music working with the psychology of the characters.

The music is a real emotional journey and it's telling the stories of several protagonists. The antagonists of the film are within our protagonists since everyone here has internal demons and issues. They are trying to take hold of their lives and are struggling to do so. The movie goes to dark places, and even if you're not an addict I think the theme of feeling hopeless and helpless is universal. The score echoes both hopeless and hope. We start light but go dark before seeing the light again. This isn't a big bold score, but it's approach is noticeable. We feel the music take us where we don't want to go. Lennertz externalizes what is going on internally with the characters. While an actor can just give a look or a glance, it's the music that takes us inside to see what they're feeling. Such as feeling an itch that needs to be scratched. I was able to connect to every character in this film. I sympathized and thought about dark and not so happy times in my life. But Lennertz doesn't abandon us in the darkness and neither does the film. The story gives us a shining light to walk towards to. There is light at the end of the tunnel, and when the score gets there we feel a sense of comfort.

Thanks For Sharing is a great score. It hits the emotional beats precisely when they need hitting. The film contains lots of source music and songs, which the score works hand in hand with. This may be a short score, but the journey is worth taking. It imprints the struggles of life on the listener and says if there is ever hopelessness then there is always hope. It shows that in times of weakness others can help you find strength. Thanks For Sharing is a perfect example of what score can do within a film, and why it's an essential part. It's an expertly executed piece of work, and is from a composer who knows how to translate the experiences of life into a resonating musical narrative.
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HASH(0x8f93b168) étoiles sur 5 One Star 23 août 2014
Par gail k arnold - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I was expecting different kind of music.
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