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Comments about the soundtrack for The Mists of Avalon (Lee Holdridge)
I am amazed...

Mac Styran
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I am amazed...   Thursday, July 26, 2001 (5:45 p.m.) 

Most of the "big blockbusters" (there weren't any this year, right?) don't have this quality of music attached.
The music itself is sometimes a bit too Braveheart-ish for me. But that's my opinion. The action sequences are damn well done.
I'd give it ****.

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Re: I am amazed...   Friday, July 27, 2001 (10:56 a.m.) 

> Most of the "big blockbusters" (there weren't any this year,
> right?) don't have this quality of music attached.
The music itself is
> sometimes a bit too Braveheart-ish for me. But that's my opinion. The
> action sequences are damn well done.
I'd give it ****.

If it is sometimes a bit too Braveheart-ish,how is that a bad thing?


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Re: I am amazed...   Saturday, March 27, 2004 (10:50 a.m.) 

The music itself is
I'd give it ****.

> If it is sometimes a bit too Braveheart-ish,how is that a bad thing?

As one of those James Horner fans who prefers his early music to his more recent stuff, I'd concur that the soundtrack to Braveheart is nothing to write home about. It's not BAD, there's a couple of good tracks, but for the most part I find it somewhat monotonous and tedious. Like some of the MOA soundtrack. I think that's what Mac was talking about. Of course, liking or not liking a piece of music is entirely individual. If you like Braveheart, it's because something in the music inspires you. It just didn't do it for me. It sounds like it didn't do it for Mac either!


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