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|Re: Also, let me ask you some questions in return...|
| Posted by Cheno |
Date: Friday, June 30, 2006, at 12:28 a.m.
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In Response to: Also, let me ask you some questions in return... (Christian Clemmensen)
> Indeed, it doesn't have to. But when you have an established sound for
> that genre that has worked with great success in the past, you take big
> risks by straying too far from that sound. Erik Woods' response to this at
> Scorereviews.com was on the mark. The music just isn't that good, no
> matter the genre.
> Who said I didn't expect it to turn out as it did?
> I'm all in favor of innovation. When it works. Innovation makes my job of
> reviewing a lot more interesting.
So what you're saying is that having a swash-buckling score would have instantly improved the score, whether or not it actually worked in the film (because I don't feel that it particularly would in this situation, with both mediums having no further purpose than to entertain, and both succeeding in that perfectly)? If not, then I'm not quite sure why criticizing because of the lack of a stereotypical sound is necessary. It just seems awfully close-minded.
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