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Re: James Horner & John Woo?
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• Posted by: Pawel Stroinski   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Saturday, August 31, 2002, at 2:35 a.m.
• IP Address: pc24.pi.tpsa.pl
• In Response to: Re: James Horner & John Woo? (Dom)

> Err are you shitting me?

> Hans Zimmer rules at all kindsa films, from the epic (gladitor) to the
> action (broken arrow) to the thrilling (crimson tide) to the war (thin red
> line) hes created some of the most amazing music in the world and now your
> saying he does a lot better in action films, what a sad cop out you are
> you john williams wanking monkey!

Well I am a big fan of Zimmer (very big), but if I had to choose a composer to score my waraction movie and I wanted full orchestra, I would pick Horner.

Zimmer is better for character war dramas, as Yhe Thin Red Line. But not for war action, I'm afraid it would be too electronic. Thia aort of scores need full orchestra.

Pawel




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