> Zimmer told in an interview that he decided to score this film because he
> received an OScar fo The Lion King and he knew that expectations would be
> high. He wanted to do a terrible score so in the next time he can compose
> anything he want. I know it sounds stupid for the first, but hey there is
> some logic inside.
> I'm trying to fins this on the web if I find it I'll post it.
> P.S. I think the heroic theme is beautifull. Which can also be herd in the
> LETTING GO song.
I'd call it rather a "sacrifice" theme. The song is sensational, but the very best statement of this theme is in the "Sacrifice" track (the short one, 0:57 running length) with dialogue by DeNiro and the sounds from stadium when Rayborn's character is announced - it is a magical moment (soft electronics in style of Broken Arrow also worth a mention). Although I have no idea about baseball, I think Zimmer at least captured the essence of the sport itself in this very moment - I totally disagree with the rewiev...