The guarantee Cameron Crowe offers the audience is that his films will have great soundtracks. We Bough A Zoo is no exception. The original music is written by Jonsi (Sigur Ros) and the movie is also packed with a mixed tape of great tunes... all of which suit the mood Crowe is trying to convey. His films are usually full of sentimentality and, again, this is no exception. It works really well though. Based on a true story, with a lot of liberties taken, the story is about a widower (Matt Damon) who is in desperate need of a fresh start. He finds a property that calls to him the second he sees it, the only catch being that it's actually part of a rundown working zoo. With his newly inherited sanctuary and it's staff, he puts everything he's got into bringing it back to life. Matt Damon is great and he keeps impressing me with each movie he makes. The kids are really solid and there's nothing to dislike about the film. Its well paced and well executed.