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Comments about the soundtrack for The Lion King (Hans Zimmer)

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Re: John , Zack or whatever you name is....donīt call Lion King a "African poor score"
• Posted by: Zack
• Date: Sunday, March 28, 2004, at 9:22 a.m.
• IP Address: 200-98-6-90.tlf.dialuol.com.br
• In Response to: John , Zack or whatever you name is....donīt c... (Cesar)

Have you remember nothing?
I confirm again > "Zimmer and Elfmand would NEVER win an academy award", because both of them just plagiarize previous scores.
Try to listen to Pirates of Caribean. Just because Zimmer composed a regular score, now he will plagiarize it for the rest of his life. Elfman also composed beautiful scores as you wrote it, but both Batman and Edward was not so original as you may think. While Zimmer plagiarize himself, Elfman goes longer and plagiarize others as well as the greatest Bernard Herrmman.
So the more proper way to say is both Elfman and Zimmer are good composers but wouldn't win any award while they continuing plagiarize their/others scores...
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