I know it's far away from Prodge, but this is an
off topic-area, isn't it?
Okay, I'll start. I saw Lord of the rings, a good movie, it's not that ugly commercial I thought it would turn out to be, but it was a very beautiful movie instead. Well, I must admit that the ending part was sort of mighty commercial (you know, those silly Hollywood-strings that just every mainstream-movie gotta have, at least at the end). However, I like the film and recommend it to you all, but the purpose of my writeup is to make lots of you aware of a certain part from the OST.
As mentioned, it wasn't that stunning, but there were single short parts which really carried loads of emotions within.
If you're interested, I'd say you should d/l the track
"The Council Of Elrond" from The Lord Of The Rings Soundtrack.
Searching: Just the track title should do, I found it under Audiogalaxy immediately.
I also saw the movie. It was very well made, but I don't like that kind of "fantacy" stuff". Musics in it were O.K (nothing special).
Me too, I like modern fantasy, not sci-fi, but with more actual relation to the now -with a little technoidy touch. Although I was pretty much into Dragonlance, by Margret Weiss and Tracy Hickman.
It's a lot better then LOTR, imho. More one the point.