Originally Posted by Jennywocky
Don Davis doesn't get enough credit for his audial branding on The Matrix movies, which involved some conventional + atonal scripting; mixing operatic, modern, and cross-cultural influences; and especially developing the theme. He might have been the best part of Matrix Revolutions, honestly.
Great movie and music, even if Murphy did cannibalize the same chord progressions in 2-3 other movies he did (Kick-ass and 28 Weeks Later, maybe more).
Yeah I wasn't overjoyed when I heard that. On the, ahem bright side though it'll lead more people to watch Sunshine.
Love 28 weeks later, I didn't realise Robert Carlyle was such a good actor. Imogen Poots suprised me with her acting. I thought it was going to be another teen wannabe, but to be fair, I enjoyed her performance. Rose Byrne as well, I don't know what it is about her, but <3
Let's hope they bring out a third!
I have the Matrix OSTs on my MP3 player, whilst I do agree it's some great music, not so sure it should be praised to the level you're at, lol.
I'm a purist with Movie OSTs though.
If you liked Sunshine, Moon (2009) + OST is another good one.
I actually thought about composing once, it's one of the few things that really effects me deeply. Procrastination is one of the other things though, lol.
Turns out I might actually be an INFP (with developed Ti). Music, Art, Writing are top of the list of careers. So maybe one of the few things that i've actually dismissed and not just got bored with, may of struck a note for a reason.
I'd hate to learn and understand then needing to dissect though, it would kill the magic. I don't think I would reach unconscious competence in one piece (no pun, lol). Maybe i'm just being instru-mental with sentimentality.