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The person who doesn't hear an orchestra in Inception has some serious issues... lolMan's got a point. On some of his scores (not all), I really do have to wonder why Hans even bothers getting an orchestra to record anything. Take Man of Steel...I really can't tell the difference in sound between the entirely-synthetic sketchbook and the (presumably) orchestral recordings in the rest of the score. If HZ had gone all-synth with that one nobody would have even noticed.<br><br>I don't like it. Makes the score sound cheap. I much prefer a more organic, "clean" synth-orchestral blend like TASM2.What's with the random comparison to Robocop, of all things? Uh...both movies are about robots...so?Someone needs to have their ears checked :-)I like this score. Very cool!<br><br>Funny this is that this is a "no orchestra, entirely synth" score.<br><br>Yet, it sounds like all the other scores he has done since Inception which featured orchestras.<br><br>If Hans keeps writing this kind of music he really doesn't have to bother with orchestra if he mixes it to sound like synth. It's waste of budget
What is the music at the wicked car theft with chappie please ?<br>c'est quoi la musique lors du vole de voiture des méchants avec chappie ?<br>yeswith all due respect. I think hans would agree that the lion king is his best and most beloved score. there is no hans zimmer without the lion king. it made him famous.What a crazy sound ! Amazing taff
Depends on who composed it. If it would have been Cliff Martinez I probably wouldn't have liked it, since he's the master of electronic soundscapes and Chappie doesn't quite match up to it. <br>The major reason I like the score is the "New-effect". He hasn't done this "8-bit-dance-whatever-step" thing yet so it's quite interesting to explore it. It's neither as enjoyable as TASM 2 nor has it many memorable moments but it's fresh as opposed to, let's say The Lone Ranger.<br>I need to watch the movie, though, to make a final statement.<br><br>Rich Walters was kept in the final team...<br><br>As for the score in film let's see in a few days.Maybe, or maybe not. That´s the great thing about Hans: he keeps pushing the limits of his musical landscape and by doing so he opens our minds to styles we might not know or even like.Can I have an honest opinion, if HZ's name wasn't on this release, but it sounded exactly like it does now, would you guys still like it, or even know of it's existence?@Hybrid<br>Do you know if there is still any music in the movie or on this album composed by the original composers who were gonna do this movie (Ryan Amon and someone else)?<br><br>
No doubt.  Bromfman thinks he's the Brazilian Steve Jablonsky.I meant light of day lol :D<br><br>I've listened it through now. This is completely out of the box for him. I guess the industry will change vastly in the future. The market will be overrun with music producers from all kinds of genres. <br><br>Pedro Bromfman's Robocop is such a bad soundtrack, my god, i prefer this Chappie than that, in my opinionNot entirely... but it's YOUR opinion that counts.Awesome soundtrack!  I have to admit... Hans' composed work had my blood pumping a whole lot more than Pedro Bromfman's work on RoboCop.
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Interstellar Live - Royal Albert Hall, March 30th 2015

Interstellar Live will see the Christopher Nolan film shown on the big screen, whilst composer Hans Zimmer leads a 60-piece orchestra and the Hall's Grand Organ in a simultaneous performance of the movie's Academy Award and BAFTA nominated score.

The evening will be introduced by Sir Michael Caine, who played Professor John Brand in the film, and will also see a pre-performance conversation between executive producer and theoretical physicist Kip Thorne and director Christopher Nolan on the art, music and science behind Interstellar.

Interstellar, also starring Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain and Matt Damon, tells the story of a team of astronauts who travel through a wormhole in search of a new home for humanity. It was one of the biggest films of 2014, breaking box office records upon opening, and has been nominated for five Academy Awards, including Best Original Score.





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