As much as I'd love to hear an album of Van Morrison freestyling his own alternate themes to his favourite films -- say, Towering Inferno, Beneath The Planet Of The Apes, True Grit, Fried Green Tomatoes, The Brown Bunny and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang -- At The Movies is actually just a hodge-podge of his recordings that were licensed for use in Hollywood. It's just a ruse to sell you back the music you already own in a slightly different package. The key points of interest are Morrison joining Roger Waters for a lame live version of Pink Floyd's Comfortably Numb, used in Martin Scorsese's The Departed, and in an otherwise unavailable live take on Moondance with strings from 1986 used for An American Werewolf In London. Really, does anyone need yet another disc with the songs Gloria, Brown Eyed Girl, Caravan, Domino and Into The Mystic? Perhaps not.