Posted by: Aranel Date: Thursday, June 3, 2004, at 3:35 a.m. IP Address: cache90.156ce.maxonline.com.sg
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I personally would give it at least a 3.5...it does lack more swashbuckling spirit, but it would be reasonably good if u treat it separate from the movie...yes, there appear to be sum mistakes played in the score, but on the overall, it still presents a gd image...there's this memorable quality abt e songs, and u feel ur emotions change according to e score, e.g. feelings elicited in The Medallion Calls vs. that in Swords Crossed...
> Fair enough, "Pirates of the Caribbean" will never reach the
> levels of "Treasure Planet", "Cutthroat Island", or
> "Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas", but do give it some credit!
> It does have an underlying theme, which does come through most of the
> score - and the "Swords Crossed" track does have a rather apt
> swashbuckling, jigging little tune to it. If you had half stars, 2 and a
> half, or perhaps even three would be more deserved - for Jolly Roger's
> sake, you even gave "Muppet's Treasure Island" three stars! This
> isn't an amazing score, but it does grow on you as you listen to it. And
> whoever disagrees with me shall burn in Heck and be torn apart by big, big