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Comments about the soundtrack for Inception (Hans Zimmer)

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Re: Hey Zimmer fanboy
• Posted by: SmokeyPSD   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, August 4, 2010, at 11:18 a.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Hey Zimmer fanboy (Dogan Bilge)

> Christian hasn't rated the score below average. He has rated it average,
> which s 3/5. First of all look at the rating before you post. A 3/5 is not
> something bad in this review site, everyone knows that. There are a lot of
> 3/5 ratings for quite good scores here. And 3/5 means "good" in
> Christian's words.

> And Inception score does not deserve anything more than that for sure.
> It's functional, it works within the scenes, but isn't anything special
> neither among Zimmer scores nor film scores in general.

> I think it's a fair rating.

And yet, how the review is written is completely in contrast to what he actually gave it in the end... your also tiptoing that he really ended up giving it a 2 overall despite it being an effective 3 in film and how the review reads, you'd think it was the worst score Zimmer has ever written in his entire career, that he has put no effort into it at all, and is completely devoid of any imagination. No, in my opinion if you see my other post Christian has lost his objectivity here. I'm not saying that the rating is not correct, Christian has not conducted himself well on this one though.

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