February, 11th 2017
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes album description:Almost entirely instrumental. Honestly, what else to expect from such a film, gloomy and full of naturalism? There is nothing to sing. There should be only instrumental accompaniment really, because everything is very serious and have few words. Sometimes even frightening. You have to be in constant expectation of some kind of trick while looking at the characters. After all, they are apes.
Jason Clarke acted in the film. He participates in many roles now, after convincingly played in The Great Gatsby (this was a spring for his career, not the beginning). Apart from him, the film has a big star – Gary Oldman, who plays now only infirm persons. Unlike his work even 20 years ago. It is a clear regression for somebody. Some critics have already noted that Gary plays with much less spirit and fewer believe him. But we are not critics, simply music lovers. So we note that the film has a great story, fully thought-out characters and incredible computer graphics. And so it gathered an impressive USD 700 million as the box office. Although the creators risked with a huge amount of 170 million as production expenses. But didn’t lose.
The Weight is a song of "The Band" band. Interesting name for the musical gathering. Certainly nobody confuse them with such a name ;)
Many compositions are very brutal and majestic. For example, as The Apes of Wrath. Or Past Their Primates. The hand of Michael Giacchino is felt really – this man makes compositions with many instruments. Sometimes he comes to the capacity of 150 people. Fantastic monumentality of his sounds is impressive in every motion picture. Reference: 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes': read more on IMDb, Wikipedia
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