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Comments about the soundtrack for Inception (Hans Zimmer)
Great Music

Spencer Holloway
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Mike
Great Music   Wednesday, September 22, 2010 (9:51 p.m.) 

While I am not a professional critic, I would like to think I know something about good soundtracks. The score for "Inception" is not only creative, it is inspiring. Hans Zimmer provides a touch of dark, almost melancholy emotion to many of Inception's tracks. It may not be his absolute best piece of work, but Inception is certainly one of the best soundtracks amongst recent releases.



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Mike
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Spencer Holloway
Re: Great Music   Friday, December 10, 2010 (6:14 a.m.) 

"Great music"... this was not.

It was 4 chords. over and over.. and over.... and over........... and over again.

It was an embarrassment.

This is, quite seriously, the most ridiculous excuse for a filmscore ever committed to celluloid.



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