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Comments about the soundtrack for Batman Forever (Elliot Goldenthal)

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Re: Score deserves four stars not two.
• Posted by: Matthias N.
• Date: Monday, September 15, 2003, at 10:20 a.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Score deserves four stars not two. (Mark - 224)

> I dissagree, many themes complete themselves even before the cue have finished.

Themes, Themes! Goldenthal throws them around everyones ears and when they do not appear (OH YES, that can happen in filmmusic !!!) he fills every open listener with joy with great melodical ideas and rythms. I realize (while not being a Goldenthal hardcore fan) that on this site some of the greatest efforts of Goldenthal (Alien³, Demolition Man, Titus) are reviewed so badly, that I call it a plague, that this site is the most read in the Net. And maybe it shows, that US-Americans have even a non-normal relationship to one of their few own cultural effusions. Their are German, French, Italian sites who are far better than this polemic nightmare, you have to go through while reading every review.
The Reviews (not only on Goldenthal music) lack everything: professionality, objectivity, knowledge of the works of music and sometimes even the will to be honest.
This site is one of the worst filmmusic sites on the net. No matter how many read it. God bless and Without them you could start to believe, that no American understands even the tiniest things, filmmusic can be.

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