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Comments about the soundtrack for V for Vendetta (Dario Marianelli)

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Re: Marianelli Steals From Brian Tyler!
• Posted by: lokutus   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, July 2, 2006, at 1:02 p.m.
• IP Address: r2b101.chello.upc.cz
• In Response to: Marianelli Steals From Brian Tyler! (Sheridan)

> I realize that many elements of the V For Vendetta soundtrack are almost
> totally similar to Brian Tyler' s Timeline soundtrack!This is the thing
> which is called plagiarism!!!
/:p
I do not think that anyone is
> interested in the fact that how many elements can be stolen from another
> soundtrack by Marianelli!!!!!
Furthermore, if Tyler learn of this, he
> will not be very happy about this.
So, in my opinion Marianelli is not
> a talented composer, but an a!-!hole composer who steals from the more
> talanted composers!!!!!!!
It is arguably make me
> nervous!!!!!!!!!!!!!>

Rest in peace... Brian Tyler is pretty far from being the most original composers of all time! And I would welcome some explanation what exactly is stolen, I heard both scores many times and there is nothing they share - well come on! how could I forgot they they both use symphonic orchestras!? Well, hang Marianelli high cause his had used traditional symphonic orchestra that Brian Tyler used before him!




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