Hans Zimmer The Dark Knight Rises
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taylormemer
October 21st 2012


4953 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Zimmer 101. Drums, strings, boom boom boom. He does a good job of it, but sadly nothing he hasn't done a million times already.

sniper
October 21st 2012


19080 Comments


score for batman begins was way better, also.

taylormemer
October 21st 2012


4953 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Six of one, half-a-dozen of the other

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
October 21st 2012


50951 Comments


Have you even heard the Rain Man score

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Douglas
December 7th 2012


9201 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Ha.

Polyethylene
December 7th 2012


3221 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I think this soundtrack is still a powerful and grandiose one, even if it isn't up there with Hans Zimmer's best work. People seem very divided on the quality of the movie itself, despite its flaws I loved it

taylormemer
December 7th 2012


4953 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Powerful, grandiose, yeah, I'd agree. Effectual, riveting, certainly not.

demigod!
December 7th 2012


45250 Comments


soundtrack fits the movie but is verrrry dull outside of that.

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taylormemer
December 7th 2012


4953 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

The only instance, so far, that Nolan and Zimmer have produced is Inception, because elements of that score are actually very poignant and in some way tied to the plot of that film. But these Batman scores while perhaps fitting for Nolan's industrial Gotham landscape just wind-up in jarring, overt works that Zimmer has been making since 1995.

Polyethylene
December 7th 2012


3221 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I think you're generalising here, for every bombastic and timpani-heavy tune in these films there's a more melancholic and personal one

And Why So Serious has got to be the one of the most accurate musical representations of a character in history

taylormemer
December 7th 2012


4953 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

It's not about the heavy/soft ratio, it's the usage, and their relative effectiveness. And talking about generalisations, saying Why So Serious? is one of the most accurate musical representations is a stretch, given he's used a very similar formative structure for pieces in Pirates, and another film I cannot quite remember the name of right now.

taylormemer
December 7th 2012


4953 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Yeah I am a major soundtrack junkie for new or old. But when asked about my favourites I can never generate anything more than "I like scores that I like". There are composers, like Zimmer who do both excellent work, and terrible work. Williams and Horner too have done excellent and unexciting work. Shore has done 3 (possibly 6) fantastic scores but the rest are uninteresting. I guess I just don't have any particular favourite as a result. Sorry for being a fence sitter.

Douglas
December 13th 2012


9201 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Pretty gosh darn amazing: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fLFAXvFYhsE&feature=plcp



Ignimbrite
December 13th 2012


5494 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

lol

Douglas
December 13th 2012


9201 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

MC Bane

Douglas
December 13th 2012


9201 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

The other video they have uploaded is also just as hilarious

Douglas
December 13th 2012


9201 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Life without protein.

Douglas
December 13th 2012


9201 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Combo Breaker!!!!


Finish it!!!

SadAndHolyGlow
January 24th 2013


1545 Comments


Bold review. Well written, though. POS!

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Gyromania
May 12th 2013


16075 Comments


is it just me or is hans zimmer one of the most boring and overrated composers of all time? obviously
jake and others agree, but MOST people i know love this guy



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