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Discussion in 'Transformers' started by Warhammer, Jul 3, 2007.
I really Liked the score.
I'll definitely have to catch that if I have a second viewing (which I am still considering).
Yep, I noticed it...
The music used during the Autobot's landing was beautiful, majestic and epic without being bombastic and sounding like 100 musicians pounding their instruments.
It gave, what most people call a commercial enterprise, a sense of dignity.
I am buying it the second it's released.
I thought the score was pretty below average. I did however enjoy the Decepticon theme played during Frenzy's hacking of Air Force one.
Was nothing great to me but it had its few moments
One melody in particular got the hairs on my arms to stand up! The one playing as the fellow autobots arrive on earth!!! It's so exstremely beautiful!.... But there were melodies in there, such as the military music that was almost identical to what was heard in Armageddon!
Man, Steve Jablonsky loved Batman Begins. He loved it so much he let Hans Zimmer do all the work for him.
Yep, I noticed it too. Some parts sound exactly the same as Batman Begins. Still getting the score though.
super distracting ... because all I could think was Batman Begins when I'd hear it.
thats the main reason why i enjoyed frenzy... that one scene there and the music... together it was all breathtaking
Thank you! I thought I was going crazy. I heard several times through the film.
and the terminator theme in the crusher fight...lol
The score was mainly a mix of music from Batman Begins, Terminator 2, and any other Michael Bay movie.
Not too impressive, IMO.
but not the frenzy hacking scene.... that was my fav tune...
Still I suppose ripping off is better than say Marco Beltrami. Who would have had silence during the majority of action scenes.
Was it the te te dum dum dum te te dum dum dum theme or was it the music that played during the first T-800/T-100 fight and when the T-1000 was chasing John Connor with the semi?
The only thing I liked about his Live Free or Die Hard score was his updated Die Hard theme, and it wasn't even that good.
Ive finally seen the movie yesterday afternoon
When I got to the theater people were getting out
And they had to clean before I got in
I went about my business and when I came back I was the third person to get inside
And I counted each person entering the room
Two women got inside (with their babies which I didn't count)
I finally count 69 people
Im not kidding!
Then I thought 69 are usually associated with oral sex!
And then maybe it is the magic numbers that foretells me the movie's going to be a huge success
After all, here I am watching the transformers and the number 6 can be transformed into 9 and vice versa.
The movie was awesome and the score was great
And I think this movie's going to do pretty well at the box office.
lol...I think it was the te te dum dum dum thing. At least that's what it sounded like to me. They played it a couple of times during Transformers. Different...but similar.
You people crack me up trying to break down music into written words... Te te dum dum dum... t: Yeah, something like that...
Yeah, somebody posted the 'Decepticon theme' link on here a week or two ago and i downloaded it to my desktop. Been listening to it since i got back.
It was also played during Megatron awakening a bit, and when the Decepticons were converging.
I also like the music played while the Autobots were coming to Earth, and the opening theme during Primes monolgue.
yup that one... hard to miss
Yeah, it's not literally the Terminator theme but it's a ripoff of the opening.
Agreed, he had some good tracks in T3, but I remember most of the action having no music behind it.