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Comments about the soundtrack for The Dark Knight (Hans Zimmer/James Newton Howard)
Yawn [to the review]

Tony
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Amuro
Yawn [to the review]   Sunday, July 13, 2008 (7:02 p.m.) 

It's almost like the reviewer takes his previous reviews for Zimmer, cracks out the thesaurus, changes a few choice words here and there, rearranges a few paragraphs, throws in a few new insults and voila!

Shame with a site called FILMtracks that rarely does a review appear here that reviews the film based on their effectivness within the FILM itself.

May be it's just not that kinda site, but I'm sure I remember it being that way, once upon a time, you know before the site became rather bitter towards not only Zimmer's work, but most soundtracks in general.



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Tony
Re: Yawn [to the review]   Monday, July 14, 2008 (3:00 a.m.) 

> It's almost like the reviewer takes his previous reviews for Zimmer,
> cracks out the thesaurus, changes a few choice words here and there,
> rearranges a few paragraphs, throws in a few new insults and voila!

> Shame with a site called FILMtracks that rarely does a review appear here
> that reviews the film based on their effectivness within the FILM itself.

> May be it's just not that kinda site, but I'm sure I remember it being
> that way, once upon a time, you know before the site became rather bitter
> towards not only Zimmer's work, but most soundtracks in general.

Indeed. [thumb-up]



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Tony
Re: Yawn [to the review]   Wednesday, July 23, 2008 (6:18 p.m.) 

> It's almost like the reviewer takes his previous reviews for Zimmer,
> cracks out the thesaurus, changes a few choice words here and there,
> rearranges a few paragraphs, throws in a few new insults and voila!

Funny, its almost like Zimmer takes his previous scores, changes a few notes here and there, perhaps a rhythm or two and voila!

The review reflects the score, and at this point I'm sure Clemmenson is just as tired of reviewing the same score over and over again as I am listening to it.

Amuro



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