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Re:To Levente
• Posted by: Mike   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Saturday, October 13, 2001, at 12:06 a.m.
• IP Address: dhcp-134-241.bowdoin.edu
• In Response to: Re:To Levente (Josh)

> No, they're just tone deaf

OK. Um, obviously, the scene in the battle is an action scene, and the Rock is an action movie. However, Hummel Get's the Rockets was not even scored by Zimmer. The majority of that track was composed by Nick Glennie-Smith, which is obvious if you know his work. The themes in Gladiator and the Rock are of a similar style due to the genre, but are completely original. Zimmer's theme from the Lion King and Black Rain are both used in his score for the tv mini-series Millennium, but he is not one who repeats themes. The only way you coukd confuse Gladiator and the Rock is, yes, if you are tone deaf.




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