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Comments about the soundtrack for The Dark Knight Rises (Hans Zimmer/Various)

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Re: Biased Site and Stupid Review
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• Posted by: Drew C.   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, July 15, 2012, at 2:19 p.m.
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• In Response to: biased site & stupid review (rezs)
• Now Playing: Girl With a Pearl Earring (Alexandre Desplat)

> that review is bull[bleep!]. the reviewer just doesnt get it. zimmer does
> interviews because he is asked. when other composers get as good, theyll
> be asked too.

> lucky most will ignore this idiot reviewers sorry complaints and enjoy
> zimmer for what he is.

Maybe Christian would not have bashed Zimmer so much if Zimmer had not lied about his scores by making false comments during his interviews. I don't think it's Zimmer himself that the reviewer hates, but rather the tremendously negative impact that he has had on film music. As for you, you obviously don't know the meaning of the word review! The reviewer writes reviews based upon his opinion! You can't call someone an idiot just for having a different opinion than you.

Just because Hans Zimmer is asked for interviews, that doesn't necessarily mean that he is a good composer. Just as Christian said, Zimmer now treats himself more like a celebrity than a composer, and if that is truly the case, then Zimmer does not deserve to be a composer anymore.

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