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Shrek suddenly finds himself in a twisted, alternate version of Far Far Away, where ogres are hunted, Rumpelstiltskin is king and Shrek and Fiona have never met. Now, its up to Shrek to undo all hes done in the hopes of saving his friends, restoring his world and reclaiming his one True Love. Reprising their roles in SHREK FOREVER AFTER are cast regulars Mike Myers as Shrek, Eddie Murphy Donkey, Cameron Diaz Fiona, and Antonio Banderas Puss in Boots. Its The Rumpelstiltskin Show! Skit Browse our custom packages or build your own to meet your unique communications needs. Fulfillment by Amazon FBA is a service we offer sellers that lets them store their products in Amazons own warehouses, and we directly pack, ship, and provide customer service for these items. Something we hope youll especially enjoy: FBA items qualify for FREE Super Saver Shipping and. If youre a seller, you can increase your sales significantly by using Fulfillment by Amazon. We invite you to learn more about Fulfillment by Amazon. Only 5 left in stock-order soon. Want it delivered Wednesday, June 22? All the music, full streaming songs, photos, videos, biographies, discussions, and more. The Girls, The Prince And The Painting Your Highness-What A Surprise Dont be misled by the films trailers; the soundtrack to Ever After – yet another modern adaptation of a Cinderella story-is an orchestral score by George Fenton. Best known for his work on Gandhi and The Fisher King, Fenton has created a sweeping orchestral score, with the occasional Celtic influences thrown in, as on Cinderella or the upbeat Going to the Ball. But on most tracks Ever After s score is quiet and subtle. Though Fenton has done more memorable work Cry Freedom, he succeeds here in accentuating the romance of the film. Brit soft-rockers Texas provide the lone vocal track on the score with the infectious closing tune Put Your Arms Around Me. – Jason Verlinde 0 out of 5 stars A lovely classical soundtrack to a lovely movie, December 15, 1999 The score to Ever After is just lovely. Listening to this soundtrack calls to mind all of the endearing moments of the movie, even bringing tears to my eyes at points. If you enjoy classical soundtracks, then you may enjoy this CD even if you have not seen the movie. However, if you are looking for the songs played during the movies trailers to entice you to see the movie, you will not find them on this CD. For some reason, Ive noticed that more and more movie trailers use music to attract a particular audience to the movie, and dont always play music that is included in either the movie itself or on the soundtrack CD. Something I find to be misleading. This is certainly the case with Ever After the songs I refer to are Loreena McKennits Mummers Dance and Robert Miles Fable, neither of which appear on this CD. The music that is actually included in the movie does appear on this CD buy the CD for the classical score by George Fenton, and you wont be disappointed. Pretty decent soundtrack for the film, and unlike a lot of musical soundtracks, the songs on this CD really give you the feeling of watching the film again. Especially good is Walking on Water. The only problem with this CD is that it lacks the two songs that were pcu go to sleep in the Trailers, Robert Miles Fable and Mummers Dance by Loreena McKennitt. The last song on the CD, Texas which has vocals, is a bit wierd as well. 0 out of 5 stars Soundtrack music and trailer music, December 17, 1999 To clear up any misunderstanding of why the music from the soundtracks often dont match the music found on the trailers for the movies, its necessary to understand the timing of things in Hollywood. Often times, when studios are ready to run their trailers to promote their films, the actual soundtracks to their movies arent ready to be released. This forces them to choose music which they feel fits the feel that pcu go to sleep want their movie to convey. I dont believe that anyone whos seen Ever After would disagree that Mummers Dance and Fable did not convey that feeling of the movie. The orchestral music by George Fenton goes beautifully with the movie and the fact that the trailer music isnt contained on the soundtrack should not take away from his work. Its still a beautiful collection of pieces and worth the purchase.

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