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Comments about the soundtrack for The Mummy Returns (Alan Silvestri)

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Re: The Mummy Returns vs. CutThroat Island
• Posted by: Michael Leonard   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, June 3, 2001, at 7:01 p.m.
• IP Address: edtntnt1-port-148.dial.telus.net
• In Response to: The Mummy Returns vs. CutThroat Island (Hans)

>I think that my favorite action scores are as follows(not in order):
1- the Mummy Returns
2- Cutthroat Island
3- Waterworld
4- Outbreak (fantastic CD)
5- Independence Day
6- The Lost World: Jurassic Park

I know there are more...did I miss a good one?

Michael

I cant help to compare the Mummy Retuns score and the CutThroat Island
> score.
They are both great action-scores, in my opinion Cutthroat
> Island was the best score of 1995, while Mummy Reruns is the best score so
> far in 2001. Even though Edward Scissorhands by Danny Elfman is my
> favourite score through times, these two scores comes high up in my
> rankinglist.

> The movie CutThroat Island was a big fiasco, and I can understand it. The
> movie is really bad, Geena Davis is a disaster as the main-character.
>
But the score is magnificent. Not many bad movies have good scores,
> but this picture has. John Debney has sorrowfully never been close to
> achieve something similar after CutThroat Island. I believe it is strange
> this is he wasnt even nominated for Oscar for this score, but i guess the
> Oscar-people rather prefer James Horner or Stephen Warbeck (havent even
> heard of Steven Warbeck until he got Oscar for Shakespeare in Love)

> I have listen to Mummy Returns and CutThroat Island some times, and i have
> to say ; Cutthroat Island is the best one. Mummy Returns have the best
> "hero-music", but the album can sometimes be rather boring.
> CutThroat Island has the ability to keep you interested all through the
> album, thats what i like about it.

> So what is your favorite action-score? I would like to hear.




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