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  1. Like I said, I'm open to be wrong, but so far it doesn't look like it's that much different from the Nolan approach. I'm not really getting the "detective" thing here. Even in the score (since I do realize we're getting relatively off topic for this thread) it really just feels like a rehash of the Nolan films. I'm missing the detective thing here. All that being said, perhaps they're amping up the more Nolan-y aspects in the Marketing to draw those people in and surprise them with something really out there and different... and I'm falling for it hook, line, and sinker. Wouldn't be the first time. I'm just saying, so far, this just feels off to me and I'm not totally on board. I'm also saying I am greatly prepared to be wrong.
  2. I mean... having only seen two James Bond films, at social gatherings, and having never had any interest in the franchise prior... I do indeed ask that same question in relation to that, yes. Lol. Do you see something significantly different present in this film (so far, considering no one has seen it) that has yet to be covered?
  3. You're kidding right? Obviously, we need to reboot with a new actor every 3-4 years. Or, even better, shoot the movie once and deepfake it with every possible actor. Then, we can have whatever actor we want play Batman without the need to change the story or vibe, because really...why bother? Lol In all seriousness, I agree. It looks too similar to Nolan and possibly turned up even more with the darkness...which is a way to go I guess. I just find myself asking...artistically speaking (I already know the corporate answer)...why? Why're we doing another one of these? I just can't think of a good reason and I really am not feeling much excitement here about much of it. It looks well shot, I suppose. And I know everyone has worked very hard to make it happen and I commend the talent and time involved, but...I don't know. Of course I could absolutely be wrong and it could be stellar, but I am finding it very difficult to be excited for this one.
  4. Looks like a lot of exciting stuff for Lennertz to score! I can't wait!
  5. I enjoyed the scores for all three Fear Streets. Honestly I've kept to myself about it, because I don't imagine they'll get a lot of love around here for some reason. I've revisited them several times outside of the films.
  6. Looks fun. Maybe bringing back more of the mystery vibes of 1 and 2?
  7. I see where you're coming from. Which is why I tried to add that it's entirely possible that it's a Disney issue in my post, but even still, I feel like most of these mistakes are easily avoidable by a trained professional. That's the other thing too is that if it was one or two flubs then that's one thing, but that massive list posted by @Holko is ridiculous! I do appreciate you sharing your thoughts though. It's certainly possible and even likely that it's a Disney thing.
  8. I am now at peace. It's beautiful. What's the legacy collection?
  9. Sure. Better than nothing I suppose. I'm just quite frustrated by this. I know I'll calm down and get over it, but I would argue that TPM UE was still better assembled than this. If it wasn't such basic editing issues that one does on every album than I wouldn't be nearly as annoyed. There's a very big difference to me in weird film edits vs pops, glitches, lack of proper fades, drop-outs, etc. Two very different kinds of low effort to me I suppose. Either that or a massive blunder. I don't care how much I like the music, I won't buy or support these if this is how they're going to be released from now on. Why should I show my support for half-assed crap like this? I'll run quality control if I need to. Lol. Mistakes happen, I've made plenty of them, but at this point, in my line of work, I triple check everything these days: Before I hit export, review immediately after export, and I review again after approval before I send out for final release.
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