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Comments about the soundtrack for Bicentennial Man (James Horner)
The Wedding of BraveHeart

Don Smith
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Sean Raduechel
The Wedding of BraveHeart   Saturday, August 25, 2001 (11:29 a.m.) 

Just to see if you're listening, the wedding track in Bicentennial Man is the same theme for the princess for Brave Heart.

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Kliq_#5
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wayneoon
Re: The Wedding of BraveHeart   Sunday, October 7, 2001 (12:30 a.m.) 

I was thinking the Exact Same thing.

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sambo
Re: The Wedding of BraveHeart   Wednesday, March 6, 2002 (10:19 p.m.) 

> I was thinking the Exact Same thing.

The similarity was only for the build up.After the build up, the theme was different. This build up was even more apparent in the enemy of the gates. This is just some very light sprinkle of braveheart.


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Anthonyuk2001
Re: The Wedding of BraveHeart   Wednesday, April 10, 2002 (9:25 p.m.) 

> The similarity was only for the build up.After the build up, the theme was
> different. This build up was even more apparent in the enemy of the gates.
> This is just some very light sprinkle of braveheart.

Don't you guys have anything better to do? Don't buy anymore of Horner's scores if you don't like them.

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Jeroen
Re: The Wedding of BraveHeart   Monday, May 27, 2002 (12:16 p.m.) 

> Don't you guys have anything better to do? Don't buy anymore of Horner's
> scores if you don't like them.

I agree, this score alone is great, comparing it to some of James horner's other scores is pointless, for you are trying to take away from what is seemingly a great score, so I say, like above: Don't buy anymore of Horner's
> scores if you don't like them.


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Anthonyuk2001
Re: The Wedding of BraveHeart   Monday, June 5, 2006 (6:38 a.m.) 

> I agree, this score alone is great, comparing it to some of James horner's
> other scores is pointless, for you are trying to take away from what is
> seemingly a great score, so I say, like above: Don't buy anymore of
> Horner's

i didnt buy the soundtrack, i saw the movie on television. yes it is almost exactly the same as braveheart. very annoying.

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Sean Raduechel
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Bob the Angry
Re: The Wedding of BraveHeart   Tuesday, December 4, 2001 (8:55 a.m.) 

> Just to see if you're listening, the wedding track in Bicentennial Man is
> the same theme for the princess for Brave Heart.
I would have to agree thouroughly. In fact, much of bicentennial man seems to be just a bunch of deep impact and braveheart repeat themes; just another product of Horner's tendency to, like a skipping record, repeat himself.

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Sean Raduechel
Re: The Wedding of BraveHeart   Saturday, July 16, 2005 (11:46 a.m.) 

I would have to agree thouroughly. In fact, much of bicentennial man seems
> to be just a bunch of deep impact and braveheart repeat themes; just
> another product of Horner's tendency to, like a skipping record, repeat
> himself.

YOU SHUT UP, AND YOU SHUT UP NOW!!!!

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