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Comments about the soundtrack for The Dark Knight (Hans Zimmer/James Newton Howard)

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The Dark Knight Soundtrack
• Posted by: JM   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Monday, January 12, 2009, at 5:29 p.m.
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I personally love the Dark Knight score because, not only does it bring a bit of tense action and darkness, but it brings a great Harvey Dent them composed by James Newton Howard. I don't understand why most people don't evewn like the film. I think it was an awesome movie for 2008 and also for it being the next Batman Begins film. Hans Zimmer & James Newton Howard did a great job on the score. I like the 2 Disc Special Edition CD, but to be truly homest, it really only about 89 % of the complete score, but for the people that are curious of how the 2 CD album is, it think it's pretty cool. I love the music and the film itself, because I'm a huge fan of Batman Begins and the movies themselves, so I think the film was great.

I'll give it 10/10.


The score is awesome and I would like to say it's worth bying if you love the film itself and Hans Zimmer's action styles.

I can't wait for Batman 3 to come out (which I'm guessing will be July 2011).

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