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Comments about the soundtrack for Batman Forever (Elliot Goldenthal)
Horrible score for an even more horrible film!

palanciyan
(136-bar2-x19.libre.retevision.es)


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Luis L.
Horrible score for an even more horrible film!   Wednesday, May 28, 2003 (3:15 p.m.) 

The review is exactly right. No central personality, no deep power, no great rememberence. Nothing! Goldenthal must have been drinking too many Corona beers when he composed this. . .

Bring back The Elfman!


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Luis L.
(68-173-194-190.nyc.rr.com)

  In Response to:
palanciyan
Re: Horrible score for an even more horrible film!   Wednesday, May 28, 2003 (6:20 p.m.) 

> The review is exactly right. No central personality, no deep power, no
> great rememberence. Nothing! Goldenthal must have been drinking too many
> Corona beers when he composed this. . .

> Bring back The Elfman!

This score was not horrible, and neither was the film. The film could have been better nevertheless (if only Warner Bros. didn't force Tim Burton to leave the director's chair!). Goldenthal may have been drinking a few too many Coronas when he composed Alien 3! The one thing I will agree on is that Danny Elfman must indeed be brought back!

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