Yes i have heard it as mixed reviews I do love Sci-Fi but hollywood is shite lately nothing original
My preorder now shows this item: https://www.fnac.com/a14988479/Dune-Steelbook-Blu-ray-4K-Ultra-HD-Timothee-Chalamet-Blu-ray-4Kthe collector edition dissapeared from the fnac website ?
Not coming into the discussion of "good" or "bad" but time will position those films in the right place... We might get a surprise in some years from now.and yet force awakens was really bad.
I had a 3d tv (well I still do, its my bedroom tv now) I can count on 1 hand the amount of times I used the 3d on it. Seriously I'm glad its dying.Would be a niche within a niche (steels) - still, you never know down the road. Personally I'm more than okay without any 3D.
€ 89,99, yikes.
I don't like the Tenet-style steel, I hate Hans Zimmer and I don't do pocket books - so this one's definitely not for me.
Like I wrote, the good composers out there hardly ever get a chance to score the big projects anymore. It's all Zimmer, Balfe and all the other clones who define the mainstream cinema sound these days.There are load of great movie soundtrack composers.
Even Zimmer's music can be effective, no doubt. I like The Thin Red Line, for example, that was perfect for that film (which is one of my favorites). Scores like Interstellar are servicable - but so utterly simplistic.Have you heard the music to Interstellar, especially during docking after 'The Martian' crash? Or Dune Sketchbook?
My favorite is the one theme he plagiarized from himself, and redone at least 3 times, featured in Crimson Tide, The Rock, The Peacemaker, and what finally became the Pirates of the Caribbean theme.