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King Zimmer
• Posted by: Neptune   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, July 25, 2004, at 11:09 a.m.
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Hans Zimmer once again proves that he is number one film composer in Hollywood. It's out of the question, my friends. Some people think that Zimmer is only able to compose action, synthesized music. I don't agree with them. I know that the best action scores were composed by Zimmer (Crimson Tide, The Rock, The Peacemaker) but he can make gorgeous music for all kinds of films. Take for example Black Hawk Down, As Good As It Gets or upcoming Thunderbirds. That's why the best directors dream about working with Hans Zimmer. I am a great fan of classical music but I don't see anything wrong with using synthesizers. I love Franz Schubert's piano sonatas and I admire "Chase", "Mutiny" and "The Battle" as well. I hope that one day Academy critics will open their minds because we live in XXI century and we have to accept that music is changing. King Arthur definitely deserves an Oscar as well as The Thin Red Line, Gladiator, The Last Samurai and many more. Thank you Hans for making our world a better place to live. *****

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