Fabian Faun

Helpful votes received on reviews: 64% (35 of 55)
Location: London, England


Top Reviewer Ranking: 190,151 - Total Helpful Votes: 35 of 55
The Dark Knight Rises ~ Hans Zimmer
The Dark Knight Rises ~ Hans Zimmer
The Dark Knight Rises is an excellent film, Christopher Nolan, as director, is a man who truly understands his craft and, the views of fans of comicdom. In having Hans Zimmer helm the music score to this film, he knew Mr Zimmer as a man who knows his field and, knows it well. The score to DKR is epic and, lends credence to the darkness of The Knight. If you ever feel like you want to "take on the world", sit at home in your favourite room, lights out, headphones on and...., revel in a sublime soundtrack and "Rise!!".
Man Of Steel (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) ~ Hans Zimmer
Hans Zimmer...what do you say about a man who really understands music, and it's importance to giving extra life to a movie? In his case....,supremo!! As with others who have reviewed this masterclass in original music scores for film, I'd like to add my voice in chorus of praise and applause and say that in Man Of Steel, Hans Zimmer will not disappoint. There are many pieces on this album that will move and inspire you (Flight is particularly inspiring). If you like good, solid music...you will find that Man Of Steel will have pride of place amongst the music you love and enjoy. You, in listening to it, may even believe you can fly!!
The Legend of Hercules [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Kellan Lutz
The Legend of Hercules [DVD] DVD ~ Kellan Lutz
3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
The critical mauling this film has received has been harsh and unfair, as it isn't as bad as it has been made out to be. True Renny Harlin (A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master, Die Hard 2, Cliffhanger, The Long Kiss Goodnight and Deep Blue Sea), has in the past put out work that, shall I say, stretch believability to it's extreme - The Long Kiss Goodnight being a perfect example, but in The Legend Of Hercules, though the film is a derivative combination of modern Sword and Sandal epics such as 300 and Immortals, it does have a heart, one being it's central love story. Yes, at times it does seem as if Renny wishes he was elsewhere, but if you are willing to take a step back and… Read more

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