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Comments about the soundtrack for Limitless (Paul Leonard-Morgan)
The future, unfortunately

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Edmund Meinerts
The future, unfortunately   Sunday, September 2, 2012 (9:50 p.m.) 

Sadly, Mr. Paul "Electronic Trash" Leonard-Morgan did the score for the Dredd remake. I had a bad feeling that would happen. It seems to be the big trend in Hollywood to pair big budget action & sci-fi films with some horrible unlistenable mess of a score. Thanks, Michael Bay & Steve Jablonsky, for ruining film scores. At least I'll have Alan Silvestri's awesome score to the 1995 version of Dredd to satisfy me. Just like with Total Recall, the new score is garbage.



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Scifi1972
Re: The future, unfortunately   Thursday, September 6, 2012 (3:31 p.m.) 

> Sadly, Mr. Paul "Electronic Trash" Leonard-Morgan did the score
> for the Dredd remake. I had a bad feeling that would happen. It seems to
> be the big trend in Hollywood to pair big budget action & sci-fi films
> with some horrible unlistenable mess of a score. Thanks, Michael Bay &
> Steve Jablonsky, for ruining film scores. At least I'll have Alan
> Silvestri's awesome score to the 1995 version of Dredd to satisfy me. Just
> like with Total Recall, the new score is garbage.

I agree with your sentiments on this, Dredd and Total Recall, but I don't think Michael Bay and Steve Jablonsky are necessarily the people to blame. You can thank Trent Reznor and his Oscar win for that.


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