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Comments about the soundtrack for The Social Network (Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross)

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Re: This review is way off...
• Posted by: Sparticus
• Date: Monday, July 11, 2011, at 5:08 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: This review is way off... (SmokeyPSD)

> Or you know, not and it works great. Fincher and me being happy with the
> results of Hall of the Mountain King. I listen to Social Network all the
> time out of the film. I also love the scores for part 1 and 2 to Red
> Cliff. A score I might add which Christian hasn't even bothered to review
> on here. Too much hot air perhaps extended towards films such like
> Inception and Social Network that he should actually look for music
> overseas for wonderful work a bit more instead of complaining about
> "Western" scores so much.

"Or you know, not" is your response? I doubt the score's success is all attributable to the music. I believe the Academy picked it because they liked the movie - I doubt the majority of voters know much/care much for film music. I'm not saying that because I think this is a terrible score that you should too. It's all subjective anyway, and I'm glad SOMEONE enjoys it. I was just hoping for an interesting discussion on the subject, or, you know, not.

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