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Comments about the soundtrack for Enemy at the Gates (James Horner)

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Re: Schindler's? No. History? Yes!
• Posted by: Digitalscene
• Date: Saturday, March 31, 2001, at 2:05 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Schindler's? No. History? Yes! (Chris Tilton)

> I strongly disagree. As Tim said, Williams and Goldsmith steal a piece of
> candy now and then, Horner steals a 6-pack of beer from 100 stores
> everyday. (A great analagy I might add!!)

And I strongly disagree. Goldsmith has used the same repeating pounding beat in every action film since Total Recall. His music was so incredible in the 70's and early 80's. Now everything sounds like Total Recall, or Rambo, or the Mummy. I can't tell them apart other than a few ethnic cues.

As I commented once before, Goldsmith swiped the theme of "Box" the ice robot from Logan's Run and reused it for the theme of the great owl in "The Secret Of NIMH" I happen to love both soundtracks so I am not bashing him here. Again don't want to repeat myself, but I can find similar examples for Williams.

> That's like saying if you don't like it, don't express your opinion. If
> Horner creates music, we have every right to bash him, as the Horner
> lovers of course have every right to defend him.

I didn't mean to suggest that anyone's opinion should be censored. So I guess we can just respectively disagree on these issues.

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