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Re: Harry Potter is a surperior score
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• Posted by: Amuro
• Date: Thursday, May 1, 2003, at 7:02 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Harry Potter is a surperior score (Geoff Morrow)

> I too am another fan of both Harry Potter and LOTR. It was torn between
> both of these soundtracks last year. They were both so great! But since
> The Lord of the Rings was such a smash at the box office, it was bound to
> win something. The Lord of the Rings score has some powerful and
> emotionally gripping themes. When you listen to the soundtrack, you're
> taken back to middle earth. People love this kind of music, and I do as
> well, but not all of the time. This is where Harry Potter comes in. I've
> always been a huge John Williams fan, so I naturally wanted to see the
> movie right away. After seeing about the first few minutes of the movie, I
> knew that it was a hit with me. I absolutely loved everything about it!
> Both Harry Potter and LOTR had incredible, unforgetable scores, and I'll
> love them both forever. Was Harry Potter better than Lord of the Rings? Or
> is it the other way around? Who can say? I'm glad Howard Shore won an
> academy award. John Williams already has a few of his own. Very few
> composers recieve that high honor. It really doesn't matter anyhow! John
> Williams is still writing great music and will win another one within the
> next couple of years.
i agree to a point, I still think James Horner should have won for A Beautiful Mind!

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