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• Posted by Christian Clemmensen
• Date: Sunday, July 2, 2006, at 5:42 p.m.
• IP Address: bushisacriminal.filmtracks.com
• In Response to: Re: Also, let me ask you some questions in return... (Cheno)


> 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?

That question is far too constraining to lead to a useful response.

> If not, then I'm not quite sure why criticizing because of the lack of a stereotypical sound is necessary.

There is no guarantee that a temp insertion of Cutthroat Island in POTC would have fared any better. But given how dismal and obnoxious the POTC scores have sounded to some people, a medium ground may have been a wise option for Zimmer to explore.

If you want to start a healthy debate, the question you ask is this: "Is Zimmer's talent strong enough to actually accomplish such a thing?"

Or "Could Zimmer actually write Cutthroat Island if he set his mind to it?"

His problems with one-dimensionality are causing some to wonder...

Christian




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