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Bicentennial Man (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

James Horner

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Album Review

The original soundtrack to Chris Columbus' Bicentennial Man reunites composer James Horner with singer Celine Dion, the dynamic duo that made the Titanic soundtrack a huge success. Horner's evocative score and Dion's single "Then You Look at Me" reflect the film's bittersweet tale of a robot's ambition to become human over the course of two centuries. Though it may not be as popular a soundtrack as Titanic, Bicentennial Man is a satisfying, appropriate album of film music.

Biography

Born: 14 August 1953 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Soundtrack

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Famed for his lush, sweeping scores for films including Braveheart, Apollo 13, and Titanic, the prolific composer James Horner was born in Los Angeles on August 14, 1953. Educated at London's Royal College of Music as well as local universities USC and UCLA, he landed his first motion picture assignments during the 1970s, scoring B-movies like The Lady in Red, Humanoids of the Deep, and Battle Beyond the Stars for producer Roger Corman's New World organization. By 1982, Horner had moved on to major...
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