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The Quick Question Thread

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9 hours ago, Stefancos said:

His Mad Max score was ace, but I can't see him score a Jane Austin movie.

 

The 'adagio' stuff proudly belongs to the worst recent film music has to offer. I am not expecting Johnny Greenwood levels of intellectual application but stuff like this, 'Deadpool' and Co. is what gives the hobby a bad name.

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Mad Max needed a proper Goldenthal score.

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Nah, it's actually a fine score.

1 hour ago, publicist said:

 

The 'adagio' stuff proudly belongs to the worst recent film music has to offer. 

 

The adagio does what it needs to do in the film, and was never gonna persuade cynical classical music lovers like you.

Its the weakest part of the score, but still acceptable.

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Apparently I have the taste of an ox.

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You have the manersh of a goat, and you schmell like a dungheap, and you've no idea whatshoever of your potentshall. Now...get out!

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On ‎6‎/‎13‎/‎2017 at 11:55 AM, KK said:

Mad Max needed a proper Goldenthal score.

 

As it stands, the best cue in the movie is by Verdi!

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On 13/06/2017 at 4:55 PM, KK said:

Mad Max needed a proper Goldenthal score.

 

Please name me an improper Goldenthal score.

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49 minutes ago, Richard said:

 

Please name me an improper Goldenthal score.

 

Mad Max needed a Goldenthal with no restraint.

 

Mad Max needed this:

 

What JXL gave us was too tame and serviceable, at best.

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