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The entire Last Samurai score is available in free, high-quality mp3's

Arizona Scorehound
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The entire Last Samurai score is available in free, high-quality mp3's   Thursday, November 20, 2003 (11:33 a.m.) 

Follow this link to my home page where I have links to each track of Hans Zimmer's The Last Samurai in the largest MP3 file format possible.

Why pay money for something that you can have for free??

http://www.geocities.com/lilmacumd/escape.html?lastsamurai

The links are at the bottom. God Bless MP3's!!



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Mark Gordon
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Re: The entire Last Samurai score is available in free, high-quality mp3's   Thursday, November 20, 2003 (2:03 p.m.) 

very funny

I think there is a huge problem with your link.


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Jérémy Defrère
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Andrew Kelley
Re: The entire Last Samurai score is available in free, high-quality mp3's   Thursday, November 20, 2003 (3:14 p.m.) 

I ignore why Christians always feel compelled to make us read their non-sense about religion. At least, respect people and their choices, and for they do not want to read that kind of crap, especially on a page devoted to film music. As you do not hesitate to provide us with your opinions, I will also let you know mine own (so be prepared for my full story, let me warn that you are not going to like it, though), I will even take myself as an example: I am no believer ; this, you must have had the privilege of noticing it, okay, all I think is that, some time ago, a group of fanatics - with too much time on their hands - or nutters (pick one option) decided to create, rather "invent" some sacred religion, just for fun, see how far their ramblings are going to go, see if it might work. So they started to write "holy" texts regarding what people should believe in, their "beliefs", implementing all kinds of stuff (terms, metaphors, New Testament, ...) with lots of instances. After that, another generation of fanatics succeeded this newborn tradition, adding brand new sh!t to the already existing sh!t, to have what you believers call "religion" look more interesting, more "believable", so they went on writing those texts, sometimes enhancing them, the tradition was thus carried on, and somehow perpetuated. And here we are, 2003 AD, we have all sorts of religions (and which, at the same time, that requires a bunch of jerks believing all that as well), that is, a load of rubbish trying to have us humans live by an amount of rules, so that humankind lives in peace, a form of salvation, so that we can be "forgiven", you claim. And if we dare disobey those rules, too bad, crikey, our soul goes to hell, unfortunately. Now, you listen to me. Give me one single and lousy reason why I should believe this useless talk of yours. Only one. Because it is worth it to believe in something??? Please! No, you stay, our discussion is not over yet, now is your turn to listen to what I have to say. If you ask me what, I will tell you that religions are sects, of which you are a prisoner, with boundaries and walls. And that is the difference between you and me, I do not want to be locked up in a room, I do wish to be a free man, who has the constant opportunity of making his own decisions and choices, who has the right to believe what his heart wants to tell him. Because I am a free man, so is my mind. Hell yeah I believe, indeed. But not in what you people desperately coerce me into believing. I believe in certain things, obviously. I believe in the depth of the human soul, the search of myself, looking for my own responses and inner peace. I believe in nature, which is our mother, I listen to her words. I believe humankind is capable of great things. I believe in many other things. What is my religion, in the end? My own quest for my own responses, responses which happen to be true FOR MYSELF, but it does not mean they must be functional for the others around me. And do I have to make people believe my ideas? No. Three simple words I want you to memorize : Freedom Of Thought. As long as religions keep on existing, we will not live happily.

Moreover, let me remind you, who are responsible for this post, that this is a soundtrack Website, not "Forgive me, my God 2.0". I hope Christian Clemmensen will delete your post, or will point out its pathetic stupidity.

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Jérémy Defrère
Re: The entire Last Samurai score is available in free, high-quality mp3's   Friday, November 21, 2003 (2:45 p.m.) 

> UMM MARK U MAY WANT TO READ WHATS ON THE WEBSITE AND MAKE SURE U CAN GO BACK TO IT WHEN TIMES ARE TOUGH(USUALY) U will regret it if u dont.

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Re: The entire Last Samurai score is available in free, high-quality mp3's   Saturday, November 22, 2003 (9:55 a.m.) 

Hum... Have you not read what I wrote above in my latest post? No? Well, to sum it up for you... For me, religions are all inventions of the human being. You know, it is so damn easy for those people to have written religious texts in the past, perpetuate the whole thing for all these centuries and have people believe what they said is true. In my case, I do not see any reason, unless I am credulous, why I should believe all this religion crap, as I do not want to live by fake rules which bring me nothing in my life, we are not prisoners, for f#ck's sake! Religions are mind killers, they prevent us from thinking by ourselves. But you are unfortunately too stubborn to realize that. You are going to be so disappointed when you realize all this was nothing but a hoax. Of course, I do believe there is indeed something after life ; this, I am definitely sure of it, but not what all you people think there will be.

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Re: The entire Last Samurai score is available in free, high-quality mp3's   Sunday, November 23, 2003 (11:38 a.m.) 

I agree with you totally. It is my choice that I'n not religious, and I don't beleive in God. So I don't say them not to beleive in "him" or "her".

Levente

> Hum... Have you not read what I wrote above in my latest post? No? Well,
> to sum it up for you... For me, religions are all inventions of the human
> being. You know, it is so damn easy for those people to have written
> religious texts in the past, perpetuate the whole thing for all these
> centuries and have people believe what they said is true. In my case, I do
> not see any reason, unless I am credulous, why I should believe all this
> religion crap, as I do not want to live by fake rules which bring me
> nothing in my life, we are not prisoners, for f#ck's sake! Religions are
> mind killers, they prevent us from thinking by ourselves. But you are
> unfortunately too stubborn to realize that. You are going to be so
> disappointed when you realize all this was nothing but a hoax. Of course,
> I do believe there is indeed something after life ; this, I am definitely
> sure of it, but not what all you people think there will be.


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Re: The entire Last Samurai score is available in free, high-quality mp3's   Sunday, January 4, 2004 (4:20 p.m.) 

> I ignore why Christians always feel compelled to make us read their
> non-sense about religion. At least, respect people and their choices, and
> for they do not want to read that kind of crap, especially on a page
> devoted to film music. As you do not hesitate to provide us with your
> opinions, I will also let you know mine own (so be prepared for my full
> story, let me warn that you are not going to like it, though), I will even
> take myself as an example: I am no believer ; this, you must have had the
> privilege of noticing it, okay, all I think is that, some time ago, a
> group of fanatics - with too much time on their hands - or nutters (pick
> one option) decided to create, rather "invent" some sacred
> religion, just for fun, see how far their ramblings are going to go, see
> if it might work. So they started to write "holy" texts
> regarding what people should believe in, their "beliefs",
> implementing all kinds of stuff (terms, metaphors, New Testament, ...)
> with lots of instances. After that, another generation of fanatics
> succeeded this newborn tradition, adding brand new sh!t to the already
> existing sh!t, to have what you believers call "religion" look
> more interesting, more "believable", so they went on writing
> those texts, sometimes enhancing them, the tradition was thus carried on,
> and somehow perpetuated. And here we are, 2003 AD, we have all sorts of
> religions (and which, at the same time, that requires a bunch of jerks
> believing all that as well), that is, a load of rubbish trying to have us
> humans live by an amount of rules, so that humankind lives in peace, a
> form of salvation, so that we can be "forgiven", you claim. And
> if we dare disobey those rules, too bad, crikey, our soul goes to hell,
> unfortunately. Now, you listen to me. Give me one single and lousy reason
> why I should believe this useless talk of yours. Only one. Because it is
> worth it to believe in something??? Please! No, you stay, our discussion
> is not over yet, now is your turn to listen to what I have to say. If you
> ask me what, I will tell you that religions are sects, of which you are a
> prisoner, with boundaries and walls. And that is the difference between
> you and me, I do not want to be locked up in a room, I do wish to be a
> free man, who has the constant opportunity of making his own decisions and
> choices, who has the right to believe what his heart wants to tell him.
> Because I am a free man, so is my mind. Hell yeah I believe, indeed. But
> not in what you people desperately coerce me into believing. I believe in
> certain things, obviously. I believe in the depth of the human soul, the
> search of myself, looking for my own responses and inner peace. I believe
> in nature, which is our mother, I listen to her words. I believe humankind
> is capable of great things. I believe in many other things. What is my
> religion, in the end? My own quest for my own responses, responses which
> happen to be true FOR MYSELF, but it does not mean they must be functional
> for the others around me. And do I have to make people believe my ideas?
> No. Three simple words I want you to memorize : Freedom Of Thought. As
> long as religions keep on existing, we will not live happily.

> Moreover, let me remind you, who are responsible for this post, that this
> is a soundtrack Website, not "Forgive me, my God 2.0". I hope
> Christian Clemmensen will delete your post, or will point out its pathetic
> stupidity.

First let me state that I totally disagree with what got this all started. Trickery is not a method of my Lord Jesus. Trickery, lies, and deciet are the ways of the Devil. My apologies to you all for this act by one that claims to be one of my bretheren. I will say this. I also do not subscribe to religion because religion teaches man that he can acheive heaven through works. The way to heaven is a gift from God that must be accepted with a conscious decision made with the free will given to all man by God. My life is not run by some rediculous set of overbearing rules made up by men. That is the lie fed to all that have not heard the gospel. The inability of man to live up to the laws of God is the reason that God came to earth in the form of Jesus and lived the only perfect life in order to die as the ultimate sacrifice for our sins. So you see, religion has nothing to do with salvation.In fact the Bible teaches against being of a religious spirit. Do you know why God had the Bible written? So any man could look for himself and see. Take no man's word for what the Bible says. NO MAN. Check for yourself. I mean look at it this way, do you really take some movie critics word on a film or do you look for yourself. One last question? What if I'm right and there is a heaven and a hell?

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Re: The entire Last Samurai score is available in free, high-quality mp3's   Thursday, November 20, 2003 (3:21 p.m.) 

> http://www.geocities.com/lilmacumd/escape.html?lastsamurai

Christianity exists to control and scare primitive people.

It also exists to remind intelligent people of how stupid the average human really is.

Before you go spreading the supposed word of "The Lord Christ" anymore, stop to consider that the more educated people reading your deceptive posts recognize you for what you really are: the world's most dangerous and fruadulent kind of salesman... a born-again Christian.



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Re: The entire Last Samurai score is available in free, high-quality mp3's   Thursday, November 20, 2003 (10:05 p.m.) 

Christianity cannot be taught or spread through deception, this much is true. But I will argue your claim about born-again Christians being the most 'dangerous and fraudulent kind of salesmen.' I am a born-again Christian, and the things I've experienced are anything but fraudulent. It has changed my life, and that is something I can never deny.

I'm not trying to force it on you, as I'm sure you don't want to hear it - and I completely respect that. It's just...well...you basically called me a fraud and a liar, and I do feel I have a right to defend myself.

Not trying to talk smack to you Just asking you respectfully not to put all 'Christians' together in one basket. I'll be the first to admit, Christians have done a HORRIBLE job with living out Christ-like lives. I don't blame you or anyone else for having a negative view of it. But some of us really do care.

That's all I wanted to say. Have a good one (seriously)

> Christianity exists to control and scare primitive people.

> It also exists to remind intelligent people of how stupid the average
> human really is.

> Before you go spreading the supposed word of "The Lord Christ"
> anymore, stop to consider that the more educated people reading your
> deceptive posts recognize you for what you really are: the world's most
> dangerous and fruadulent kind of salesman... a born-again Christian.


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Re: The entire Last Samurai score is available in free, high-quality mp3's   Thursday, November 20, 2003 (4:33 p.m.) 

Before I get to the rest, just so that everyone else can click the back arrow before listening to some more religious talk, the score is great. It's the most fulfilling Zimmer score to come out in quite some time, and the utilization of instruments in such a full cacophonic manner is very impressive and sounds fantastic when hooked up to a full stereo.

Ok....escape now while you can....

There are of things to consider in both the initial posting and the responses. First-off, the manner in which you have chosen to profess Christianity is inappropriate. This approach is no better than people who stand at street corners and throw pamphlets into cars about various religions. If we are to bring people to any religion, we need to be intelligent about it. We need to appeal to them, not frighten them into believing anything. There is always an opportunity to profess one's faith; to evangelize is not a negative thing. Your method was lacking however. It was also deceitful, and you also lied. (As a Christian, I recognize these to be against the Bible (or didn't you read that part?)) So I ask you to consider these things before doing something like that again.

I am a Christian and pround of it. But many out there have a really negative viewpoint of Christians as fanatics going around the world trying to force everyone to believe that unless they believe in a locked down and particular way, they will go to hell. Many have that viewpoint, and many rightfully SHOULD have that viewpoint if the only experience that they have of Christians and Christianity is of the example described above. Christians are to be welcoming, loving, and listening people--willing to listen to all viewpoints. You cannot bring someone to Christianity unless you know where they are coming from. There a so many people of so many religions that come to this website. Respect them. If someone is interested in learning more about true Christians, there are respectable avenues out there, and I garauntee that they will not try to convert you site-unseen.

So therefore, do not choose deceit as a method to look at your viewpoints. (Have you considered that that is a sin according to the Christian and Jewish texts?)

As for the responses?...I say that even if what was on that page offended you, or went against your beliefs, it is equally unnecessary to attack Christians as weak-minded. It does not exist to control other people who are "weak minded." And to the person who attacked religion in general? Maybe you should do some more research to really determine the history, before creating one at the top of your head. It's an interesting hypothesis though....but unfounded. If you have negative feelings on the matter, or on Christianity (and with some of the idiot psycho-Christians out there, I understand why you would), just try and discern the true Christians from the fanatics and the immature ones who would utilize such a manner as deceit to try and convert and evangelize. We are all free to believe whatever we like...that is free will. Plain and simple, it is inappropriate for a Christian to tell a non-Christian that that person is way off, an idiot, and going to hell. And it is just as inappropriate for a non-Christian or atheist to tell the same thing to a Christian (minus the hell part). So have patience...mind your tongue. Say what is most important in this response...it was inappropriate.

(By the way, I'm a teacher, so I couldn't help but utilize this space to educate a little bit. What can I say...I'm enthusiastic about what I do!)

Peace all...buy "the Last Samurai" and go see Master and Commander.
-B


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Re: The entire Last Samurai score is available in free, high-quality mp3's   Friday, November 21, 2003 (6:37 a.m.) 

AS ONE OF THE PEOPLE SAID BEFORE, I DO NOT AGREE W/ THE TACTICS-ESPECIALLY LYING- TO GET PEOPLE TO READ ABOUT SALVATION!
HE SHOULD AT LEAST HAVE THE DECENCY TO PUT THE MP3S ON HIS PAGE!

BUT, AS THE PERSON ABOVE, I AM ALSO A CHRISTIAN.
I WORK AT A CHRISTIAN BOOKSTORE, AND LET ME TELL YOU, CHRISTIANS ARE DEFINITELY NOT STUPID.

AS THE TEACHER SAID ABOVE, TAKE A LOOK AT HISTORY!

LOOK AT THIS QUOTE BY A MAN WHO WAS ONE OF THE GREATEST ORATORS, A DIPLOMAT, AND POLITICIAN (SECRETARY OF STATE, CONGRESSMAN, AND SENATOR). DANIEL WEBSTER.
(A real "primitive" and uneducated guy, right?);)
"If there is anything in my thoughts or style to commend, the credit is due to my parents for instilling in me an early love of the Scriptures. If we abide by the principles taught in the Bible, our country will go on prospering and to prosper; but if we and our posterity neglect its instructions and authority, no man can tell how sudden a catastrophe may overwhelm us and bury all our glory in profound obscurity."

George Washington Carver (known for his hundreds of peanut "creations").
"The secret of my success? It is simple. It is found in the Bible. In all thy ways acknowledge Him and He shall direct thy paths."

READ THIS QUOTE FROM, THE RIGHTS OF THE COLONISTS, by Samuel Adams.
"The right to freedom being the gift of the Almighty...
The rights of the colonists as Christians...may be best understood by reading and carefully studying the institution of the Great Law Giver and Head of the Christian Church, which are to be found clearly written and promulgated in tne New Testament."

CHECK OUT THIS QUOTE FROM, OF PLYMOUTH PLANTATION, BY WILLIAM BRADFORD.
"They shook off this yoke of antichristian bondage, and as the Lord's free people, joined themselves by a covenant of the Lord into a church estate in the fellowship of the gospel, to walk in all His ways, made known unto them, according to their best endeavours, whatsoever it should cost them, the Lord assisting them."

WHAT MR. CHARLES DICKENS THOUGHT OF THE NEW TESTAMENT!
"THE NEW TESTAMENT IS THE VERY BEST BOOK THAT EVER WAS OR EVER WILL BE KNOWN IN THE WORLD."

LAST ONE FROM PRESIDENT GROVER CLEVELAND.
"All must admit that the reception of the teachings of Christ results in the purest patriotism, in the most scrupulous fidelity to public trust, and in the best type of citizenship."

Well, if you read these,thanks for taking the time.
Please do research to find more on where our wonderful country came from, and how it was founded.

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Re: The entire Last Samurai score is available in free, high-quality mp3's   Friday, November 21, 2003 (4:57 a.m.) 

> Follow this link to my home page where I have links to each track of Hans
> Zimmer's The Last Samurai in the largest MP3 file format possible.

> Why pay money for something that you can have for free??

> http://www.geocities.com/lilmacumd/escape.html?lastsamurai The links are
> at the bottom. God Bless MP3's!!

Why don't you stop this? The reason is why I don't like your type, cause you tell your words but you don't care who listens. I don't believe any of this. So please I ask you for the last time. Stop that, this is a filmmusic site. If you want to send this somewhere else than do it.

Thank you.

Levente


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Re: The entire Last Samurai score is available in free, high-quality mp3's   Friday, November 21, 2003 (1:40 p.m.) 

Go away!

You are one genuine wacko Arizona Scorehound! Nice web page. Too bad it can't serve a purpose. This site is about film music. Keep it that way.

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Re: The entire Last Samurai score is available in free, high-quality mp3's   Saturday, November 22, 2003 (4:57 a.m.) 

> Follow this link to my home page where I have links to each track of Hans
> Zimmer's The Last Samurai in the largest MP3 file format possible.

> Why pay money for something that you can have for free??

> http://www.geocities.com/lilmacumd/escape.html?lastsamurai The links are
> at the bottom. God Bless MP3's!!

There are no tracks on your page and it's the worst way to present your religious views by lying. I don't have to read anything on your page neither do others. I was only trying to find the damn tracks!! In that way you are unreliable from the start because you give false information to find new viewers of you "page".


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C'mon!   Saturday, November 22, 2003 (12:35 p.m.) 

Sir,

You just lied to me.

You lied to me. No, not just to ME, but possibly thousands of others as well. Not only is it wrong, it's disrespectful too.

There are other, better ways to spread beliefs and deceit is not one of them! Try starting a club, like some of my friends do. I recommend you turn over a new leaf and rethink your behavior, before your credibility sinks deeper than it already has....besides, is there not a commandment that states 'Thou shalt not bare false witness against thy neighbor'?

If there is one attribute that people dislike most, it is HYPOCRISY!

An Anonymous Citizen

PS: I state this in the defense of this website (nice site!) and the people who come here.

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No MP3s but a lie (just some religious formulas, but Zimmer formulas behind the link)   Saturday, November 22, 2003 (4:16 p.m.) 

I've never seen such a fanatic crap like this for long time... not that I read more than the first lines, but such a fanatic and idiotic stuff... I beg your pardon...

but why was this site brought into connection with Zimmer???
Hans Zimmer!?! I wouldn't have wondered if there had been a link at Jerry Goldsmith' Christus Apollo... But what has Zimmer to do with christianity at all? I beg your pardon...

But somehow, the "Last Samurai" is also fitting in a way....

hell, a nice try, anyways. I, for my side, don't believe in such things... God bless atheism *gg* I beg your very pardon

> Why don't you stop this? The reason is why I don't like your type, cause
> you tell your words but you don't care who listens. I don't believe any of
> this. So please I ask you for the last time. Stop that, this is a
> filmmusic site. If you want to send this somewhere else than do it.

> Thank you.

> Levente


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LOL!!! @ No MP3s but a lie   Monday, November 24, 2003 (3:04 a.m.) 

Just a LOL--

> I've never seen such a fanatic crap like this for long time... not that I
> read more than the first lines, but such a fanatic and idiotic stuff... I
> beg your pardon...

> but why was this site brought into connection with Zimmer???
Hans
> Zimmer!?! I wouldn't have wondered if there had been a link at Jerry
> Goldsmith' Christus Apollo... But what has Zimmer to do with christianity
> at all? I beg your pardon...

> But somehow, the "Last Samurai" is also fitting in a way....

> hell, a nice try, anyways. I, for my side, don't believe in such things...
> God bless atheism *gg* I beg your very pardon


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you sure you wanna bless atheism?   Thursday, November 27, 2003 (1:35 p.m.) 

>I, for my side, don't believe in such things...
> God bless atheism *gg* I beg your very pardon

Atheism will lead you where you don't wanna be

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This guy is just messing around - I doubt he's seriousl about beliefs at all. *N/M*   Sunday, November 23, 2003 (1:34 p.m.) 



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Ran Dragoon
Wes Murrell
EVERYBODY STOP and read THIS before continuing your fights!   Sunday, November 23, 2003 (2:05 p.m.) 

The guy at the top of this page is lying about free downloads to get us to visit a fundamentalist evangelical Christian site.

1) He's probably not even Christian and just wants to stir up trouble, namely, causing exactly what's happening here. He's turned a soundtrcak forum into a battleground between people's beliefs, knowing that the annoyances he's caused will turn into a war between Christisns and non-Christians. This is absurd and stupid, but it's happening already so don't let him win his pathetic game. Stop now and read something else.

2) If he is Christian, he is going about it in totally the wrong fashion, like people have said, being a complete hypocrit.

Don't let that idiot allow you to stereotype "all Christians" though. The whole point about free will (and I'm saying this generally, not in a "and God gave people free will..." way) is that people are free to say what they want and do what they want. Unfortunately, that includes abusing texts and doing exactly the kind of twisted thing he's just done. It's still pathetic scandalisation which amounts to no more than telling lies behind somebody's back or tabloid exaggeration. Just his own stupidity.

In other words, don't start fighting between different "groups", but rather recognise this is one individual who has chosen to use Christianity in a totally inappropriate way. Yes there are many more people like him and they are absolutely infuriating. However, there are also a great many people who are totally unlike that and some of the most pleasant helpful people you might encounter. Don't bash the religion. It's not religion that causes wars and fueds, but people themselves. Attacking religion itself is like ignoring a knife-murderer and saying "ban all knives" or arguing that racism should be solved by painting everyone pink.

Yes there are loads of people on TV and in the media who are shouting about all sorts of disgusting holy wars or shallow preaching, but spare a thought for the sensible silent-type too, before exploding. It's like people who go on the Rikki Lake Show or Jerry Springer, they want to shout and get the attention for themselves in a thoughtless manner rather than deal with it properly. Let's all just be mature, acknowledge the fact that this guy has done something very annoying (though I'm personally glad that mp3s of this score aren't available as far as I know - I'd hate Zimmer to lose out) but let's not start slagging each other in the blanket scape-goat fashion we are currently witnessing.

I am Christian myself, but I do not for a moment believe that life is any simpler because of it. I go through all sorts of doubts and anxiety and I'm trying to grow up and the one thing I don't do is sit back and abuse Christianity as a forumla for a perfect easy, irresponsible life, because folks, it ain't like that.

And lastly, the reason why you don't hear me preaching junk like the guy who started this whole thing is that I simply don't have the right. Yes I am Christian, I belive in God, Christ etc, but I am still aware that is only a belief and something on a personal level, and I have no right to shove it down people's throats.

To sum it up, if Christianity is ultimately worth anything, it should not be taught, but caught. (Ie. don't preach your mouths off but go out there and actually do some good for people!)

Good day everybody and please please please, let this thread die out now.

I'll start by offering some re-direction to this forum. Isn't it great to see Zimmer doing some solo composing like he used to? I enjoyed a lot of his collaboartive efforts (like Hannibal, Black Hawk Down and Tears of The Sun) but I did notice a lack of strong theme and a lot of repeated motifs. I really want to hear a nice melodic theme this time. How about you?

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byro
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byro
Sorry, ammendment: forgot to add "most" when referrin 2 ppl who go on Rikki Lake *N/M*   Sunday, November 23, 2003 (2:12 p.m.) 



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Ran Dragoon
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Re: EVERYBODY STOP and read THIS before continuing your fights!   Sunday, November 23, 2003 (3:50 p.m.) 

Hi,

I found enjoyment in Beyond Rangoon; it was one of his best. And of course, Crimson Tide was strong. Can't wait for Last Samurai (Red Warrior with all the battlecries in the background). It's good to see Zimmer doing something new and broadening his horizons.

Dragoon

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Wes Murrell
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byro
Re: EVERYBODY STOP and read THIS before continuing your fights!   Saturday, January 10, 2004 (8:21 p.m.) 

Thank you very much for the warning

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Re: The entire Last Samurai score is available in free, high-quality mp3's   Thursday, December 30, 2004 (7:51 p.m.) 

> Follow this link to my home page where I have links to each track of Hans
> Zimmer's The Last Samurai in the largest MP3 file format possible.

> Why pay money for something that you can have for free??

> http://www.geocities.com/lilmacumd/escape.html?lastsamurai The links are
> at the bottom. God Bless MP3's!!

i hate you

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