Remembering James Horner Blogathon: Day One Recap

Wow! I can’t believe the Remembering James Horner Blogathon is already here! I’ve seen some great posts so far, here is a recap of Day One:

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  • The Cinematic Frontier reviews the Ron Howard-directed fantasy film Willow (1988), featuring a memorable score by James Horner

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  • Christina Wehner looks at the ever poignant Cocoon (1985) , the first collaboration between director Ron Howard and James Horner

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  • Rhyme and Reason gives an interesting review of For Greater Glory (Cristiada) (2012), featuring one of Horner’s much later scores. I honestly hadn’t heard of this one, but I’m sure the music was spectacular.

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More will be added as they come, but it’s been a great blogathon so far! Thank you so much for participating and making this so much fun! See you on day 2 and day 3! -Bex

 

*all poster images are the property of their respective studios

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9 thoughts on “Remembering James Horner Blogathon: Day One Recap

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