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Comments about the soundtrack for Hellboy II: The Golden Army (Danny Elfman)
Hellboy and Edward Scissorhands

whez
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Edmund Meinerts
Hellboy and Edward Scissorhands   Sunday, September 14, 2008 (11:15 a.m.) 

There are many similarities between Hellboy 2 score and other scores mentioned in this review. But I'm totally surprised that Edward Scissorhands is not among them! There is such a huge resemblence (partial of course) between Hellboy's "Finale" and Edward Scissorhands "The Grand Finale"! Nobody hears it? Come on, it is almost like the similarity between Braveheart and Bicentinnial Man music, which is the biggest ripoff in film score history.



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whez
Re: Hellboy and Edward Scissorhands   Thursday, December 3, 2009 (10:14 p.m.) 

> There are many similarities between Hellboy 2 score and other scores
> mentioned in this review. But I'm totally surprised that Edward
> Scissorhands is not among them! There is such a huge resemblence (partial
> of course) between Hellboy's "Finale" and Edward Scissorhands
> "The Grand Finale"! Nobody hears it? Come on, it is almost like
> the similarity between Braveheart and Bicentinnial Man music, which is the
> biggest ripoff in film score history.

I'd say the biggest ripoff in film score history would be Tyler Bates ripping off Elliot Goldenthal for 300...


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