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Michael
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Compare???   Saturday, April 26, 2008 (7:39 a.m.) 

I can't believe that in the review for Eragon, you compared it to Howard Shore's The Lord of the Rings. That's not even a fair comparison! Doyle was not aiming for a score with depth like LOTR, he was trying to create a fairly good score for a lower-budget movie.

I think he succeeded. In most ways, the score was better than the movie.

I'm a little offended that you wanted to compare the LOTR score to the Eragon soundtrack.


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Michael
Re: Compare???   Saturday, May 31, 2008 (8:19 a.m.) 

> I can't believe that in the review for Eragon, you compared it to Howard
> Shore's The Lord of the Rings. That's not even a fair comparison! Doyle
> was not aiming for a score with depth like LOTR, he was trying to create a
> fairly good score for a lower-budget movie.

> I think he succeeded. In most ways, the score was better than the movie.

> I'm a little offended that you wanted to compare the LOTR score to the
> Eragon soundtrack.

i agree the score for eragon is wonderful but the movie hell no it blows big time


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Re: Compare???   Wednesday, October 23, 2013 (8:45 a.m.) 
• Now Playing: Eragon OST by Patrick Doyle  

> he was trying to create a
> fairly good score for a lower-budget movie.

> I think he succeeded.

Wow, what a back-handed compliment! "He tried to be mediocre and was successful."


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