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Comments about the soundtrack for The Da Vinci Code (Hans Zimmer)
Great soundtrack, poorly used

Simon J.
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Great soundtrack, poorly used   Thursday, July 19, 2012 (2:48 a.m.) 

I love how many motifs there are in this score, reminding me of Zimmer's similarly "dense" scores for The Rock and The Lion King, each of which had over a dozen themes recurring in interesting variations.

In the film, I found it frustrating how some of the main themes for Da Vinci are only used once, meaning they don't distinguish themselves to audience members outside the context of the stand-alone album.

Oh well. Also...how bad-ass is that opening track of Angels & Demons? Love it.


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