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Re: The reason why Zimmer's Inception is genius
• Posted by: privetbenjamin
• Date: Sunday, July 18, 2010, at 1:02 p.m.
• IP Address: 7.154.159.110.tm-hsbb.tm.net.my
• In Response to: The reason why Zimmer's Inception is genius (privetbenjamin)

One more to add: the dark foreboding of Ennio Morricone's Once Upon A Time in America!

> Never before have I heard a score evoke a multitude of moods: the
> grandness of the Dark Knight, the tech minimalism of the Matrix, the
> intrigue of James Bond, the constructivism of John Coolidge Adams, and the
> peaceable future-noir moments of Bladerunner... all into one seamless
> soundtrack of just a few thematic lines.



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