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Comments about the soundtrack for Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (James Horner)

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Re: The score is not that good
• Posted by: Cousins1701
• Date: Sunday, October 10, 2010, at 9:13 a.m.
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• In Response to: The score is not that good (Pizzaboy)
• Now Playing: Alan Menken's Beauty and the Beast

> I think the score is actually not worth 5 stars. Pieces of it are actually
> wonderfull, but the music doesn't always fit to the actual action going on
> on the screen. Not to talk about those crappy passages without the theme.

> The theme itself can in no way hold up against Goldsmith's and the
> original theme is poorly integrated.
> Whenever you see the enterprise it DEMANDS the Goldsmith theme, instead we
> get something that isn't even compareable.

> Spocks death is almost patheticly scored. With the right music, the scene
> and the following funeral would have been so much better and sader.

> Overall I would give it only **,5 stars, after all, pieces (without the
> film) are quite listnable.

I have been a Star Trek fan for almost as long as I can remember. The first Star Trek movie I ever saw was Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. I remember the film's theme sticking with me. (Especially the part with the clarinets playing the main theme while Kirk lies to Khan. The cue is Kirk's explosive reply)When I saw the motion picture, the theme bored me. It stuck with me eventually with nemisis (Insurection score was horrible by the way) when I returned to Wrath of Khan the theme hit me so emotionally. It is the best Star Trek score ever. (second only to Nemisis [motion picture of corse) or Giacchino's new star trek)

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