Film Score Friday


Today’s musical pieces are from the 2010 Robin Hood movie–which I have not seen–but the music is really epic! I don’t have too much to say this time though, so just enjoy!

Preparing for Battle

Robin Hood: Exclusive Soundtrack

Overture

Merry Men and End Titles

~Jamie

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4 thoughts on “Film Score Friday

  1. The soundtrack is good. But the movie was not that memorable. It was not really a Robin Hood movie it was an medieval knights action movie. It was cool but not great. The original Robin Hood will always be the best and then the Kevin Costner verison but it was near as good as the original.

    1. Yes… and Robin looks too old for my taste, too. I’ve seen a lot about the Kevin Cosner but it looks very different from the original and I LOVE THE OLD ONE SO MUCH! So… yeah, non probably will ever compare!! Glad you agree!

      ~Jamie

  2. I haven’t seen the movie either, but I own the soundtrack. That’s not an uncommon scenario for me. I like epic-type soundtracks for writing (when I’m at certain stages), but I don’t always watch the movies to which they belong for various reasons. ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. Yes! Amen! That’s me! Lol ๐Ÿ˜€

      I’ve also found that when you don’t watch the movies, you don’t end up seeing the movie being replayed when listening to the music; when the music is alone, you can apply to your own action without it being messed up by other images. ๐Ÿ˜€

      ~Jamie

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