Most of this soundtrack is actually a score. There are only 2 songs with lyrics, one being Florence and the Machine, which is excellent. The score tracks are all very eerie so I didn't listen to them much, but they served their purpose well in the movie.
It's really good, I like most of James Newton Howards soundtracks, this was no exception. #15 is the best song (duh, the battle song, epic) and the last song by Florence+The Machine, totally cool. Didn't really like the movie all that well though.
Good score by James Newton Howard for the movie; Howard has a particular talent for character and epic scores, and he stays true to form here, giving us some of both. Fortunately the tendency by some studio execs to marginalize scores to sell soundtrack albums with songs not actually appearing in the film is nowhere in evidence here. While there's one song that's inevitably an end credits song, and another as well, both blend well enough into the score itself, which dominates the album. This is one of those instances where the score will no doubt be the best part of the movie, particularly given the fact that the Sullen Idiot stars in the movie.
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