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  1. I actually expect that KK and I agree. A functional score, but which taken on its own is hardly Nolan and Zimmer's finest hour. I mean, Nolan cited The Battle of Algiers for the way it was scored. This was never going to be beautiful, subtle music.
  2. Earth, Hitler, 1938!
  3. Listen, it is just purely sick and disgusting that you are constantly so negative about me! It is really annoying to read your trolling every time I sign in. Please, find something more positive and interesting to talk about.
  4. He's probably just angling for a role. Wouldn't be surprised if HBO gives him lest they appear racist!
  5. Why not elaborate on why, exactly, you feel it is a nasty, insulting, psychotic abortion of a "film?" Genuinely curious.
  6. Yes, I believe the quality, craft, and individuality of this score explains that perfectly.
  7. Isn't that about the value of a house in rural Virginia?
  8. Yes, and a more offensive spectacle I cannot recall!
  9. I really enjoy the stark title of this thread. Something perfectly comedic about it.
  10. You were right! I mean, not hard to predict because this is a really, really good score. Best I've heard for a film of this type since... I can't even say! I don't care much about how the album flows. This is almost Goldsmithian in its level of craftiness for a shit film. Like I said when those early tracks were out, this is definitely what symphonic blockbuster scoring should sound like in 2017.
  11. Your dismissal of people's opinions, however frequently and repetitively expressed, as "trolling" and all these other hyperbolic adjectives you've conjured up, is a tad silly friendo. Perhaps more than a tad. Good grief!
  12. I seriously question if this is a score that would be justified in any way in a "film version."
  13. With it on youtube, I will listen in its entirety and get back with my assessment.