Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by JacksonArcher, Oct 27, 2010.
Yay, this thread made it to 4000 posts.
And how exactly does this refute any point I made? He still made the statements before Rush and the overall story was still reported in other places before Rush.
I'm done arguing. It's all off topic anyway.
You're hallucinating. What comments have I made about TDKR?
Sorry; I know my taste and I know what I think.
That it's running time was too long for starters.
Oh. Well, I didn't intend that as a judgment regarding the film's content, just as an expression of personal preference regarding running times.
Now that I've seen the movie, I know that this piano piece was not a part of the film score. Does anyone know what it's from?
Looks like that is music from one of the bonus tracks.
Isn't it time for a mod to lock this topic?
Probably. Like a week ago. *Shrugs*.
I'm going to miss this thread.
I have the bonus music (at least all of the tracks Wikipedia lists) but I'm pretty sure that piano piece isn't part of it.
I just bought the novel. Can't wait to read it. It will be like watching the movie with deleted scenes
^Greg said his novelization is amazingly close to the movie. Apparently the script he was given was followed pretty closely by Nolan.
emh...I've listened to the score about a million times now (it feels like it) the piano music is there.
Okay, I admit I've only listened to it a couple of times. Do know which track it is?
Most likely "Mind if I Cut In". I swear it's in there because one of the things that I have loved most about the score is the use of piano in that specific track. Pretty sure it is from the trailer in question.
I know it's already been said, but...YAAYYY, GREG!!!
Is that one of those novelizations that end right in the middle of the movie? Too many movie novelizations have done that over the years, the latest was The Avengers. It pisses me off so much because it ends up being a complete waste of time.
Greg's novelization is not that like. As mentioned above the novel follows the film very closely.
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