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Comments about the soundtrack for The New World (James Horner)

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Malick and his goddam mozart crap
• Posted by: HornerFan2006
• Date: Monday, February 13, 2006, at 2:29 p.m.
• IP Address: nott-cache-2.server.ntli.net

This is my first post on this forum and i never thought i would be posting, but having just watched the new world i thought i had to say a little something. Yes we all know horner re-uses themes time and time again but its these themes that drew me to his work. Having listened to the score album and expecting to find this great music on the film itself left me somewhat bewildered and highly dissapointed. If youre going to reject a score for whatever reason then friggin reject it, dont go substituting it for classical music or other crap source material. Horner had come up with some great themes and can tell he sat down and thought long and hard about his execution. Sure im probably going to get flamed but its something i think needed adressing..if it aint broke dont bother fixing it mr malick (and if i were you mr horner i would put a big X next to working with that director, stick to ron howard he knows a good thing when he sees it). Plus the song at the end of the album did justice i commend you. does anyone else agree?

a slighty pissed of horner fan from the UK




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