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Comments about the soundtrack for Frida (Elliot Goldenthal)
Goldenthal just won a Golden Globe for Best Score. Congratulations! *NM*

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Goldenthal just won a Golden Globe for Best Score. Congratulations! *NM*   Sunday, January 19, 2003 (6:30 p.m.) 



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I am happy for him   Monday, January 20, 2003 (12:56 a.m.) 

I just read that Goldenthal won the Golden Globe. That´s the best news since 1998, when Horner won for "Titanic". My first Goldenthal-Album was "Alien 3", in my opinion his best score. I also love his work for "Interview with the Vampire", "Batman Forever", "Michael Collins", "Sphere" and "Final Fantasy". Now i really hope he will get his first Academy Award in march !!! In the last five years only two composers deserved this trophy: James Horner and Howard Shore.

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Me Too!   Monday, January 20, 2003 (8:32 a.m.) 

> I just read that Goldenthal won the Golden Globe. That´s the best news
> since 1998, when Horner won for "Titanic". My first
> Goldenthal-Album was "Alien 3", in my opinion his best score. I
> also love his work for "Interview with the Vampire",
> "Batman Forever", "Michael Collins",
> "Sphere" and "Final Fantasy". Now i really hope he
> will get his first Academy Award in march !!! In the last five years only
> two composers deserved this trophy: James Horner and Howard Shore.

It is good to see Goldenthal getting some awards and recognition for his hard work. Too many times has he been brushed aside and forgotten (Final Fantasy, Batman Forever, Michael Collins were all superb, but where was his recognition for them?). Congratulations.

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Re: Me Too!   Wednesday, May 19, 2004 (8:05 p.m.) 

> It is good to see Goldenthal getting some awards and recognition for his
> hard work. Too many times has he been brushed aside and forgotten (Final
> Fantasy, Batman Forever, Michael Collins were all superb, but where was
> his recognition for them?). Congratulations.

Arent we forgetting Titus, lol that is by far one of his absolute best!

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Re: I am happy for him   Monday, January 20, 2003 (5:19 p.m.) 

> My first Goldenthal-Album was "Alien 3", in my opinion his best score. I also love his work for "Interview with the Vampire", "Batman Forever", "Michael Collins", "Sphere" and "Final Fantasy".

I do agree that "Interview With the Vampire", "Batman Forever", and "Final Fantasy" were outstanding scores, but I must disagree on "Alien 3". The score for that movie was just as bad as that film! "Heat" was also good.

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That's all well and fine, but... Titanic? *NM*   Monday, January 20, 2003 (8:41 p.m.) 



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