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Fantastic Score
• Posted by: Brent   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, December 4, 2011, at 11:39 p.m.
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• Now Playing: Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End

Doyle has once again crafted an exciting and dynamic score that will please both the audience and soundtrack collectors. However, your [the reviewer's] constant bickering on Hans Zimmer and his "so called" minions are out of place, unnecessary, and frankly downright disrespectful. Sure, most of the stuff that comes out of RCP these days (unlike that of Powell and Gregson-Williams) doesn't hold up to the John Williams' and Jerry Goldsmiths, but they are all still fantastic composers. Every once in a while Steve Jablonsky, Ramin Djawadi, Atli Orvarsson, Lorne Balfe, Mark Mancina, Klaus Badelt and even Zimmer himself deserve a little more credit. As much as we love Star Wars, Air Force One and the like, the cinemas just wouldn't be the same without the Pirates, Transformers, Holmes and Lion King tunes. Let's please be a little more civil and a tad more respectful.

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