Posted by: Ross <Send E-Mail> Date: Wednesday, June 16, 2010, at 9:11 p.m. IP Address: 97-114-30-179.roch.qwest.net
After reading this review, I wanted to take a bath. Never have I read rubbish on such a grand scale. This score takes all that was good, (and true, sometimes you had to look for it) from the other two films and made it into something better. Most art, music, and dance is a reshuffling and borrowing from past art, and the ability to rearrange and represent something is in itself, an art.
Like it or not, Zimmer has tapped into a method that pushes the limits of what soundtracks can be for a film, and stretching a single theme for 20 minutes as in a Beethoven symphony will simply not cut it with today's audiences. Again, like it or not, Zimmer is giving the people what they want. If the reviewer who wrote this piece of garbage wants his music to fall only within his own narrow ridiculous idea of what music should be, then he should write it himself, submit it for approval, and see if more than 5 other people like it.