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Comments about the soundtrack for Transformers: Dark of the Moon (Steve Jablonsky)
I detect a bit of The Last Samurai in there

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I detect a bit of The Last Samurai in there   Friday, August 5, 2011 (6:54 a.m.) 

Listen to the theme provided at the start of Safe Passage in The Last Samurai. This theme is prevalent throughout the score, but it's pretty obvious in Safe Passage.
It's in Safe Passage at 0:15 or so. It stretches on for a bit.
Now listen to Transformers 3's score. Specifically the track Sentinel Prime. It's ridiculous. Just pointing out the exact moment for those who are curious.


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Re: I detect a bit of The Last Samurai in there   Monday, August 8, 2011 (11:13 p.m.) 

The review already pointed this out.


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