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Comments about the soundtrack for Minority Report (John Williams)

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Re: What if Zimmer score MR.
• Posted by: Tomek   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, October 9, 2002, at 5:17 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: What if Zimmer score MR. (Pawel Stroinski)

Hi! I'm a fellow scorboarder from Poland! (piszmy tu po angielsku )

> I agree with you on the score (hasn't seen the film yet).
> Zimmer could have done it, though. It would be better, even with the same
> scoring approach. Synths and vocals would be better and the themes would
> have been more completed.

The same questions was stated in case of A.I. and I didn't agree then with the fact that Zimmer could have scored the A.I. better. I think that Zimmer don't come to some particular point of his career that he could score such complex and diverse project, what master Williams can. But in the case of MR I must agree that Hans Zimmer could have done more interesting and enjoyable score.

> It would be very suspenseful.

Considering what he did in Hannibal, it could be

> Wasn't Zimmer supposed to do a Spielberg movie?

Couple of facts about Zimmer-Spielberg relationship might indicate that maybe some day in future Spielberg will assign Zimmer: according to Filmtracks site about Zimmer, Spielberg became a fan of Zimmer after hearing "Crimson Tide"; Spielberg often uses his music from Backdraft in the trailers for example to Jurassic Park and The Lost World and even in one of the trailers to MR;Zimmer is a music executive(I don't know if I named it good) at DreamWorks Records


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