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Comments about the soundtrack for Pearl Harbor (Hans Zimmer)
This should be kept as distant from the film as possible.

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This should be kept as distant from the film as possible.   Sunday, June 15, 2003 (7:34 a.m.) 

I think Zimmer's music for Pearl Harbour is beautiful and maturely written. That is why I am intending to buy the soundtrack, but never, ever go see the film itself, because I know that seeing the shallow script, the boyish, crowd-pleasing Bruckheimeresque direction and the mainstream storyline will spoil the imaginative and emotional effect this album has. I urge others to do the same. this is excellent music for a bad film and is one of those rare soundtracks that is worth far more separately in its own right.

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Re: This should be kept as distant from the film as possible.   Thursday, November 27, 2003 (1:53 a.m.) 

i think that the music was excellent but B.Y.R.O is wrong the film is great he is making a judgement on a film he hasent seen yet the music goes great with the film.


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