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5.0 out of 5 stars They've done it again, 14 July 2008
This review is from: The Dark Knight (Hans Zimmer/James Newton Howard) (Audio CD)
Hans Zimmer and James Newton Howard have done it again. An effortless masterpiece that thrills and chills with a grace that only they can produce. The film has not been released yet but the score is so emotional that I am sure that those that loved Batman Begins wil not be disappointed. Love and tragedy is played out perfectly throughout; the pace of the action sequences and high tension wire of suspense is so taught and precise that you really can get lost in Gotham and escape. Nolan credits Zimmer & Newton Howard for one of the reasons as to why he wanted to return to the Batman films. My only disappointment is that there are no lines from the characters within the soundtrack itself; but this soundtrack is so amazing it does not need the support of the cast. Some great orchestral high rise spiraling as Zimmer produced in Hannibal that provide real eerie moments of hairs on the back of your neck and goosepimples all at once. If this film is as good as its soundtrack then this will be the film of the year. I cannot wait.
RIP Heath Ledger.
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Initial post: 28 Oct 2008 19:48:44 GMT
CJ Wilkinson says:
Why would you want spoken word within a music score????? Why not just rip the music from the DVD when it comes out and enjoy the sounds of explosions and all that too?
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