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John Carter Audiolibro, CD

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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A Giacchino Wonderland Of Amazing Themes & Lush Sounds 14 de marzo de 2012
Por Kaya Savas - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
Michael Giacchino has become the go-to guy for Pixar, and while John Carter is not made by Pixar it certainly is directed by one of their elite. Be it style or schedule, Stanton parts ways with Thomas Newman and teams up with Giacchino for this flourishing sci-fi epic. There's no doubt that the Oscar winner's music was going to be spectacular, but exactly how spectacular? John Carter's score is as musically sound as Giacchino could make it. It has a wonderful theme and lots of little motifs along the way. The sound is big, but in a sweeping romantic way. The score has some old fashioned sensibilities but packs the energy of modern music.

For Giacchino fans this score will be a real treat because he really draws from his own style a lot. More so than he's done recently. While every score has his style and signature sound I found John Carter to be a wonderful reminder of everything I love about his music. Moments reminded me of LOST, Super 8 and even Medal Of Honor. Giacchino's stamp as a person is all over this score and for that reason makes it feel like a really personal effort. The story being told is a wonderful adventure and the music really captures the listener. The emotions play very well even if they aren't deeply profound. You won't shed any tears from this score like you did with Super 8 (well, at least like I did). This is also a meaty score with lots of substance.

For a springtime blockbuster this is as good as it gets. While Silvestri's Avengers and Hans Zimmer's Dark Knight Rises will undoubtedly rule summer, this score is a great fresh experience. Also, Giacchino fans better enjoy this one because we won't hear him again till Star Trek 2 next year.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas "John Carter," Giacchino's Barsoomian Symphony 23 de marzo de 2012
Por G M. Stathis - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
The various tales of Edger Rice Burroughs were the guilty pleasures of my youth. Guilty pleasures because my English teachers constantly reminded me Burroughs' stories were not literature but shameless boyhood fantasies. And of these stories only Tarzan seemed remotely plausible; the rest from the earth's core to Venus and Mars and beyond were utter fantasy if not simple nonsense. But fun stuff nevertheless. Few of us boys ever expected that there could be any film treatments of the latter, especially the epic of John Carter of Mars. And yet here in the twenty-first century Disney and Andrew Stanton have produced, at great cost and effort (even the planet Mars seemed brighter and redder than usual in the night sky this past week; how did Disney arrange that), a passable big screen treatment of Carter's adventures on Barsoom with a very serviceable score by Michael Giacchino. It is a visual feast with particularly impressive treatments of the green men of the dead sea bottoms and the ever faithful Woola. With some inevitable modern interpretations of the original story that are either forgivable or in some cases, a much more dynamic character in the female lead of Dejah Thoris, to the benefit of the film. Giacchino chose to follow in the footsteps of John Williams and "Star Wars" with a symphonic score (with chorus) and avoided camp electronic gimmicks and produced music that works very well on the screen and the soundtrack album. The main theme is notable and carries most of the score, though not on the level of "Star Wars," the action backdrops are formidable, and the general musical landscape makes for a good listen (the motifs for the green men work very well). Giacchino has his usual fun with the cut titles, proving a point that for decades this aspect of soundtrack albums has at best been perfunctory, and at worst lame or even erroneous. All in all both the film and the score come under the heading of I didn't think it could be done, and certainly not so well. Both are great fun and one hopes that it works well enough to spawn two sequels to round out Burroughs' original trilogy. Great production values and solid packaging by Disney.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas John Carter - from dreams to expectations 12 de octubre de 2012
Por the 13th Doctor - Publicado en Amazon.com
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The first time I heard about John Carter was when my granddaddy read the story to me. And like many others, I grew to love the character of John Carter through the books, comics, paintings, and imaginations of the many artisans through the years so, to finally see it on film was filling some very large expectations.

This movie did just that and did so handsomely.

Unlike so many other book adaptations of late, this one worked hard to keep from going over the top and focused on the story and the relationships within. Admittedly, there were a few times where certain story components were simply assumed to be understood and I had to explain them to my kids, but for the most part, this adaptation did a brilliant job of explaining itself whenever it could. And unlike so many other movies where someone's agenda is blazed across the scenes, this movie brings the joy of a story just for the sake of having a good story to share, without any excess baggage.

This is the kind of movie to keep close at hand so you can pull it out and watch whenever you can. Like a good book on a rainy afternoon, the acting, animation, and music combine to weave a wonderful story about greed, loss, hope, and love, as well as how one individual can make the difference no matter who they are or where they're from. And when you're ready to go there, remember these words: Ak Ohum Oktay Weez Barsoom!
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A Classic You'll Come Back To 1 de mayo de 2012
Por Darryl Fabia - Publicado en Amazon.com
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The always-impressive Michael Giacchino is behind the score for John Carter and has done an amazing job.

The film is something of a throwback to more straightforward adventure films of the past, and in a sense so is the score. The main character's theme plays in a couple of ways--during the beginning of the first track, you'll hear it evoke a sense of wonder, and at the beginning of the last track, you'll here it play sweetly, almost with melancholy.

That's not where it shines though. The theme comes most strongly, and best represents the album and film, at the fifth track, "Sab Than Pursues the Princess." The brass falls in and pounds out powerful notes that make you want a hero to cheer for. That's the essence of the music right there--each piece of the score has a clear identity of that nature. In this CD are the makings of a classic score, one that should be recognized for so clearly sweeping the listener into the emotions of the film. After a while, the movie is unnecessary. Instead, you have a blast of solid emotion striking you with every track.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Epic soundtrack 18 de abril de 2012
Por K. Michael Carlock - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
The score for the movie John Carter is wonderfully epic, with a range that sweeps from robust bravado to quiet intimacy. One of the most interesting moments in the movie - the brutal battle against the Warhoon - is visually violent and chaotic but the score is sad and tender. This seems like an unusual choice for combat music, but it totally works inside the movie because of the counterpoint scenes that are cut into the fighting. This soundtrack was inspired but it could have added standalone musical themes and it might have helped if the end credits music would have started off rousingly rather than serenely. Also, one wonders if the punny names for the various pieces undermines the value of the genuinely fine music.

The soundtrack is in the John Williams-style of film scores, which is almost always a good thing. Four out of 5 stars (4 and a half if the stars worked that way).


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