Reviews by DBJC
Tarantino
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The soundtrack to Tarantino's movies are kind of...strange, but they fit with the movie. I guess that's not a surprise, but putting the music together on a CD can be a bit strange. It doesn't flow like a normal soundtrack, but I mean...it's Quentin Tarantino. You get a mix of just about everything on this album including sound effects. Who knew? Well, if you want a reminder of great this movie is, go ahead and get the soundtrack. Get it. I was really glad that "Don't let me be misunderstood" was on the disk because I really like that fight scene and the music went well with the boss battle. 3.5/5.
Eh
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Some songs are good, some aren't. I wish I could say that I liked the music choices but I didn't, sorry to say.
Not the best but still good
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I didn't find this score as capativating as some of Hans Zimmer's other scores but it was still a good listen. The most popular track is "Chevaliers de Sangreal" as it's heard on other movie trailers. My favorite track happens to be "Kyrie for the Magdalene" because of its fragile voices. It's a beautiful track really. I enjoy listening to it often because it's such a peaceful choral piece.
A different but great sequel
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Shadow of the Hegemon is a SEQUEL to Ender's Shadow. With that said, it's a continuation of Bean's adventures after Ender defeated the Formics. Which means that there is no Battle School in this book. But that does't mean that it loses it's incredibility because it doesn't. I enjoyed this sequel a lot even though there was a lot of international and geo politics, but that's the fun of it. These children are still children, but they're geniuses dabbling in affairs that should be over their heads and over their control. These children shape the way that the world works all because of their smarts and their power. Adults want them to be commanders of their armies in order to take advantage of other countries. It's really something. If you're expecting something similar to Ender's Shadow, you won't find it, but it still carries the same intrigue, genius conversations, and voices of intellect as the first book. I would recommend this book to others.
Nope
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This Green Lantern movie was kind of embarrassing for DC. They had a lot going with their other franchises, but I don't think that it quite on to the monumental films of other heroes. I didn't really like Ryan Reynolds as Green Lantern and kind of wished that they took my time with the story and just about...everything else.