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Comments about the soundtrack for King Arthur (Hans Zimmer)
Media Ventures : no mood, no magic, just noise.

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Media Ventures : no mood, no magic, just noise.   Wednesday, July 28, 2004 (11:13 a.m.) 

I hate Media Ventures. Always this typical boring noise. No idea, no mood, no music. Just the same boring theme. And they don't care if the movie is a gladiator movie, a pirate one or a new version of the legend of King Arthur. "The song remains the same".

Let's go back to "First Knight" from the late Jerry Goldsmith. And cry.

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Re: Media Ventures : no mood, no magic, just noise.   Wednesday, July 28, 2004 (12:21 p.m.) 

Yes, let's cry for we only like to see movies where there is no action because that would involve music that would be called pulse pounding or adrenaline rushing (heaven forbid!) We don't want any excitement. We just wanna hear beautiful harps and pianos play sweet lullabyes as knights charge the battle field. That would be more appropriate right? For a modern take on King Arthur...no big glorious orchestra or massive drums. Maybe we could simulate the sounds a horse makes and use it for the rythm...I mean that would be more authentic too instead of using those blasted drums...but yeah...that's just what I had to say.

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Re: Media Ventures : no mood, no magic, just noise.   Wednesday, July 28, 2004 (1:37 p.m.) 

> Yes, let's cry for we only like to see movies where there is no action
> because that would involve music that would be called pulse pounding or
> adrenaline rushing (heaven forbid!) We don't want any excitement. We just
> wanna hear beautiful harps and pianos play sweet lullabyes as knights
> charge the battle field. That would be more appropriate right? For a
> modern take on King Arthur...no big glorious orchestra or massive drums.
> Maybe we could simulate the sounds a horse makes and use it for the
> rythm...I mean that would be more authentic too instead of using those
> blasted drums...but yeah...that's just what I had to say.

Media Ventures: Probably the biggest rift in the film music community, and here are the two absolute extremists of each, clashing before your very eyes.


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LOL...Ha *NM*   Wednesday, July 28, 2004 (6:31 p.m.) 



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Re: ...   Monday, August 2, 2004 (5:08 p.m.) 

> Yes, let's cry for we only like to see movies where there is no action
> because that would involve music that would be called pulse pounding or
> adrenaline rushing (heaven forbid!) We don't want any excitement. We just
> wanna hear beautiful harps and pianos play sweet lullabyes as knights
> charge the battle field.

Have you even heard First Knight?



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wtf   Tuesday, August 3, 2004 (9:20 p.m.) 

Ok...obviously you took that last post of mine just a tad bit seriously...just incase you were wondering...I have heard the score to the first knight...and it works wonders in the film...I wasn't specifically pointing to that score when I was talking about not listening to action music...if you would take your head out of your ass and realize that people of some intelligence write posts here too and those posts may involve a little sarcasm then you would probbaly not make yourself look like an idiot.

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Re: wtf   Friday, August 6, 2004 (5:37 a.m.) 

> if you would take your head out of your ass and realize that
> people of some intelligence write posts here too and those posts may
> involve a little sarcasm then you would probbaly not make yourself look
> like an idiot.

Hahahahaha Hehehe Hahahaha

Thanks for the good laugh

Daren


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