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Re: Williams had been overrated again.
• Posted by: Levente Benedek   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Friday, October 19, 2001, at 10:20 a.m.
• IP Address: line-110-63.dial.matav.net
• In Response to: Re: Williams had been overrated again. (Tomek)

P.S.: There is a great composer a truly

> I adore John Williams and Ennio Morricone. So what. I don't understand why
> people taking so much care with all these Oscar-buzz and nominations.
> You've got right : Waterworld, Backdraft or mentioned by you Willow are
> absolutely terriic scores, better than some of Williams' ones. But he is a
> all-time favorite for Academy and that's because he 30 or something
> nominations. He also writes for Spielberg and all in all for very good or
> good movies ( not only Spielberg's). You must admit that couple of times
> he didn't recieved the Award for some spectacular music (Raiders, Born of
> the Fourth of July or 7 Years in Tibet). The same thing with Morricone:
> The Mission ( lost to Jazz-movie) or Once Upon a Time in America or
> Casualties of War haven't been even nominated. The Mission and Once
> Upon... are in my Top-10 of all-time.Have you ever heard Secrets of
> Sahara- unbeliveble.The next thing is that films like Waterworld or Willow
> or The Ghost... weren't too artistic or highly acclaimed- those haven't
> any chance in run for Oscars.
So the conclusion is the music only
> counts, forget the Awards.
What do you say about:The Matrix, Seven
> Years in Tibet, ID4, Dragonheart, Cutthoart Island, Stargate, The Piano,
> Dracula, Bacdraft, Crimson Tide, The Abyss, Batman, Predator- superb ones
> but even not nominated.

> Cheers
Tomek

You have alredy told the answer. That the Academy likes him very much and he works for Spielberg. The films you have listed are really good musics and some of those should had a nomination.
But if you know that Anne Dudley won an Oscar for Full Monthy, and David Newman's ANASTASIA and Hans Zimmer's AS GOOD AS IT GETS lost.
So where's the truth?




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