Enough heralds the unofficial end of composer David Arnold's interest in orchestral writing, bridging the gap between his subsequent immersion into electronics by fusing more traditional symphonic arrangements with sleek synthesizer textures and computer-generated rhythms. From a cinematic perspective, this is predictable and at times pedestrian stuff, embracing the familiar elements of the thriller genre to workmanlike effect. Arnold is more than proficient at crafting taut, suspenseful melodies, but the score follows a far too familiar trajectory, building tension as if the composer were following a blueprint.
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AllMusic Review by Jason Ankeny
|Enough, film score|