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Re: Yes, they are comparable. and another thing...
• Posted by: Justin   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, November 28, 2001, at 7:10 a.m.
• IP Address: dialup-63.215.225.230.Dial1.Stamford1.Level3.net
• In Response to: Yes, they are comparable. and another thing... (Thomas J. Finch)

And I cannot be disappointed by the magic

> Why not compare them? They share the same fantasy grouping. They are the
> two biggest soundtrack albums of the season. There is debate about the
> "magic" in both of them. Would you rather see a comparison of
> Lord of the Rings and Spy Game?

No, I'd rather see a comparison of Fellowship of the Ring and William's score to Artificial Intelligence. Harry Potter (aside from the whole of "The Chess Match" and the opening fanfare for "The Quidditch Match) is a Home Alone / Hook rehash and disappointed me after a day or two.

A.I. on the other hand, was a brilliant, dark, emotional and moody score. It was most likely William's best score since Hook. It makes me sore to think everyone is screaming about Potter and they so quickly forget the far superior of the two.




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