|TypicalEllisProtagonist - 2012-07-23 |
|Caminante Nocturno - 2012-07-23 |
This really is better than the original.
For the record, I'm a huge fan of crying elves, but not in music.
I just think it's fucking lame and tactless to steal music from LOTR of all places to use in some shitty teaser that has nothing whatsoever to do with LOTR.
Now you can complain that its out of place choice that doesn't fit the film or something, but every single fucking trailer uses a soundtrack from another movie or a sound alike, that's been done for years. Nobody broke into Howard Shore's mansion to steal the original masters to LOTR to use in this trailer, came out of the same bottomless hole of vaguely recognizable thematic and licensable music that trailers, commercials, and television specials all draw upon
|StanleyPain - 2012-07-23 |
John Williams' work on Superman will never be equaled. Ever. You can try all you want, Hollywood, but he is one composer that you can never "reboot" or "re-imagine."
Yeah, you can never hear "dah, dah dah duh dah" and not think Superman. It's sad that the current generation won't have that connection at all.
Doubtful that Snyder will find a fitting replacement, I just hope he leaves the bad pop covers out of it.
|Xenocide - 2012-07-23 |
We're going to have to rescore the whole movie once Snyder announces that Enya is providing the entire soundtrack.
|memedumpster - 2012-07-24 |
Really makes it look like some half wasted hipster plastered the music on their shitty After Effects laden home video.
I mean you, Christopher Nolan.
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