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Comments about the soundtrack for The Thin Red Line (Hans Zimmer)
Oh my god, How Stupid!!

Bach
(84.36.9.3)


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Alans Zimvestri
Oh my god, How Stupid!!   Thursday, June 15, 2006 (10:49 a.m.) 

Only a fool would give three stars to thin red line and gladiator two of the most wonderful scores ever, and give a repitetive, boring and uncreative score such as mummy returns four stars.

i really cant believe that people read such foolish reviews that say nothing about their writer but he knows nothing about music

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Alans Zimvestri
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Bach

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Man With No Name
Re: Oh my god, How Stupid!!   Friday, August 21, 2009 (3:16 a.m.) 

> Only a fool would give three stars to thin red line and gladiator two of
> the most wonderful scores ever, and give a repitetive, boring and
> uncreative score such as mummy returns four stars.

> i really cant believe that people read such foolish reviews that say
> nothing about their writer but he knows nothing about music

What? The Mummy Returns? ALAN SILVESTRI'S The Mummy Returns - uncreative, boring, repetitive? Have you LISTENED to "My First Bus Ride"? I challenge you to keep your foot still throughout that song, I know I can't. It's definitely one of the best adventure scores I've ever heard, with a great old-fashioned Korngoldian swashbuckle to it. The best adventure score since Cutthroat Island.

But you're right. Gladiator deserved four stars, if not five, for redefining the epic score at the very least. As for Thin Red Line, well, I'd rank it between three and four stars - it's not really something I can devote all my attention to, because my attention span is woefully tiny :S. Good background music, though, for doing something calm and creative .

Yeah, my name - Alans Zimvestri - might give away why I'm standing up for both composers they're brilliant men.


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Alans Zimvestri
Re: Oh my god, How Stupid!!   Wednesday, March 3, 2010 (8:16 a.m.) 

Well, what do you expect from a poster called Bach?

Bach is easily one of the WORST classical composers to ever come out of classical music.

I'd rather listen to Mozart, Beethoven, Puccini, Rossini, Wagner, Strauss etc any day than the puke "granny music" that is "Baroque" and "Bach".

The original poster clearly is the one with POOR taste here.



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