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My score rule for films

Jay Temple
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The All-Intelligent One
My score rule for films   Friday, December 12, 2003 (7:29 p.m.) 

Since about 1994, I have spotted a trend. The better the film, the more music from it is released and the more original score is released. (Forrest Gump had a two-disc song selection and a score album.) As the last film in the series, at least until "Year One" comes out, this film illustrates my point:

Batman ... great movie, one score disc, one song disc
Batman Returns ... so-so movie, one disc with one song and the rest score
Batman Forever ... great movie, one score disc, one song disc
Batman and Robin ... movie killed the franchise, one disc with all hard rock songs except for a single instrumental score track

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  In Response to:
Jay Temple
Re: My score rule for films   Wednesday, November 30, 2005 (7:52 p.m.) 

> Since about 1994, I have spotted a trend. The better the film, the more
> music from it is released and the more original score is released.
> (Forrest Gump had a two-disc song selection and a score album.) As
> the last film in the series, at least until "Year One" comes
> out, this film illustrates my point:

> Batman ... great movie, one score disc, one song disc
Batman
> Returns
... so-so movie, one disc with one song and the rest score
>
Batman Forever ... great movie, one score disc, one song disc
>
Batman and Robin ... movie killed the franchise, one disc with
> all hard rock songs except for a single instrumental score track.

That is capitalism, my friend.


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