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My thoughts about Bicentennial Man

Sheridan
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Robert Scalise
My thoughts about Bicentennial Man   Friday, February 16, 2007 (5:42 a.m.) 

Yesterday I listened to Bicentennial Man by James Horner. I found that the usual self-plagiarism of Horner, for which many people hate him can be found in it(similarities with Spifire Grill, Titanic and with Legends Of The Fall).
Despite many people hate this similarities, and as a result, Horner' s music, I found that the music moved me and has a great effect on my emotions, and I like it very much (especially the Celine Dion song, Wedding, Search For Another, A Gift For Little Miss, Emotions, Growing Old and The Magic Spirit - mainly because I saw the movie). I understand that some people may found this soundtrack overly-emotional, and too manipulative with its melodies, but I recommend you all to see the movie first, and then listen to the soundtrack. I have listened to the Celine Dion song four times, and I can' t see for tears each time I have listened to it. If you have listened to Bicentennial Man, what do you think about it?


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Sheridan
Re: My thoughts about Bicentennial Man   Friday, April 6, 2007 (5:26 p.m.) 
• Now Playing: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2ekMhO6fMk  

> Yesterday I listened to Bicentennial Man by James Horner. I found that the
> usual self-plagiarism of Horner, for which many people hate him can be
> found in it(similarities with Spifire Grill, Titanic and with Legends Of
> The Fall).
> Despite many people hate this similarities, and as a result, Horner' s
> music, I found that the music moved me and has a great effect on my
> emotions, and I like it very much (especially the Celine Dion song,
> Wedding, Search For Another, A Gift For Little Miss, Emotions, Growing Old
> and The Magic Spirit - mainly because I saw the movie). I understand that
> some people may found this soundtrack overly-emotional, and too
> manipulative with its melodies, but I recommend you all to see the movie
> first, and then listen to the soundtrack. I have listened to the Celine
> Dion song four times, and I can' t see for tears each time I have listened
> to it. If you have listened to Bicentennial Man, what do you think about
> it?

For my answer to your question goto http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2ekMhO6fMk



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