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John Carter is great music for a film which should've been better. It was Stanton and Disney thinking they could start a trilogy on a half-baked adaptation. 

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John Carter was a great score for a really underrated film. Half-baked how? I think it's really well baked :) and even the ending works for me emotionally speaking, though they was clearly planning planning on a sequel which will alas never come to be.

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On 08/01/2018 at 6:49 PM, Fargo said:

https://www.flickeringmyth.com/2018/01/dwayne-johnson-says-journey-3-earth-moon-no-longer-happening/

 

This means no follow-up to the best score from 2012. This is a very sad day.

That's really too bad; I like those movies.

Good fun adventure with accompanying scores.

 

Why does The Rock matter though? He wasn't in the first film either.

They could do a third one with a different actor again.

What's Brendan Fraser doing these days anyway?

 

On 09/01/2018 at 4:06 PM, Jay said:

I liked the film and the score!

Likewise! I wouldn't mind seeing a sequel.

But that's not happening, so I'm slowly reading through the books instead.

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On 1/10/2018 at 1:57 AM, Yavar Moradi said:

John Carter was a great score for a really underrated film. Half-baked how? I think it's really well baked :) and even the ending works for me emotionally speaking, though they was clearly planning planning on a sequel which will alas never come to be.

I loved the film, but I also understand why audiences and critics were underwhelmed. My reaction is almost the same as Tomorrowland, the other unfortunate major Disney flop.

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