Strangely, having just gotten out of an opening weekend screening of Paul Feig's Ghostbusters reboot, we didn't really recall much of Theodore Shapiro's score while in the grips of watching the very funny movie. However, when we got back home and listened to the score on its own, we were instantly transported back into the film. That, right there, is the very definition of a successful film score: in the moment, you're completely involved in the film, but when you hear the isolated music, you're dropped right back into it.
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. Published 7/26/16