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Great Job!   Sunday, July 4, 2010 (1:42 p.m.) 
• Now Playing: From Master To Student To Master  

James Horner indeed uses his Avatar theme to some extent. But also, I feel this some of his most original work he has done in some time. The theme in this score for the uplifting moments, such as track 15, his 10 min. song, is not the Avatar theme.
Horner once again evoked the emotion that was needed. I disagree with the critic. Only a little of the Avatar theme was recycled, but the rest of the score still deserves credit for being, if I can say it, "original" (in my opinion).


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Trevor
Re: Great Job!   Sunday, July 11, 2010 (10:27 a.m.) 
• Now Playing: TheKarate Kid-James Horner  

> James Horner indeed uses his Avatar theme to some extent. But also, I feel
> this some of his most original work he has done in some time. The theme in
> this score for the uplifting moments, such as track 15, his 10 min. song,
> is not the Avatar theme.
> Horner once again evoked the emotion that was needed. I disagree with the
> critic. Only a little of the Avatar theme was recycled, but the rest of
> the score still deserves credit for being, if I can say it,
> "original" (in my opinion).

I agree with this poster! James did a fantastic job on this score-very majestic and well done!

I used to enjoy coming here all the time, but tired of hearing over and over again the negativity of James Horner's works. Talk about being repetitive! Jerry, Elmer, even John Williams have all incorporated their previous works into their scores. That's what makes them familiar!

Let's cut the guy some slack, ok?


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