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Comments about the soundtrack for Batman Begins (Hans Zimmer/James Newton Howard)
So Much Emotion

Brendan Cochran
(clients1.berklee.edu)


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bam
So Much Emotion   Sunday, September 22, 2013 (9:57 a.m.) 

This score has so much emotion....to say "The themes for Batman and his love interest are both extremely simplistic in Zimmer's typical methodology for stringing a few melodramatic chord progressions together." is incredibly incorrect. The use of chord progressions outside of Zimmer's comfort zone here (mostly because the score isn't always in D minor) makes this score stand out immediately. To give this score 2 stars out of 5 is literally a joke and pathetically shows Chris's close minded head when it comes to Zimmer's name being on a soundtrack. This opinion is simply based on my observations of Chris's Zimmer reviews. Nothing more.


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bam
(static-69-37.nokia.net)

  In Response to:
Brendan Cochran
yes .. you are wise!   Tuesday, September 24, 2013 (10:04 a.m.) 

> This score has so much emotion....to say "The themes for Batman and
> his love interest are both extremely simplistic in Zimmer's typical
> methodology for stringing a few melodramatic chord progressions
> together." is incredibly incorrect. The use of chord progressions
> outside of Zimmer's comfort zone here (mostly because the score isn't
> always in D minor) makes this score stand out immediately. To give this
> score 2 stars out of 5 is literally a joke and pathetically shows Chris's
> close minded head when it comes to Zimmer's name being on a soundtrack.
> This opinion is simply based on my observations of Chris's Zimmer reviews.
> Nothing more.

yes .. hans zimmer makes so many emotion in me body that i leak out seeds!!


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