History YMMV / TheThirteenthWarrior

4th Mar '16 5:07:44 AM erforce
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** So much so that Creator/RidleyScott used the cue "Valhalla/Viking Victory" for his film ''Film/KingdomOfHeaven''. Slightly controversial, given the director and the composer's turbulent relationship when they worked together on ''Film/{{Alien}}'' & ''Film/{{Legend}}'' that saw Scott cutting off a large part of Goldsmith's music on the former and re-using parts of Goldsmith's earlier score from ''Freud''; while simultaneously throwing out Goldsmith's entire score in favor of Tangerine Dream's music for the latter. Bitter and upset by the rejection, Goldsmith never spoke to Scott again as a a result even unto his passing.

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** So much so that Creator/RidleyScott used the cue "Valhalla/Viking Victory" for his film ''Film/KingdomOfHeaven''. Slightly controversial, given the director and the composer's turbulent relationship when they worked together on ''Film/{{Alien}}'' & ''Film/{{Legend}}'' ''Film/{{Legend 1985}}'' that saw Scott cutting off a large part of Goldsmith's music on the former and re-using parts of Goldsmith's earlier score from ''Freud''; while simultaneously throwing out Goldsmith's entire score in favor of Tangerine Dream's music for the latter. Bitter and upset by the rejection, Goldsmith never spoke to Scott again as a a result even unto his passing.
30th Jan '16 5:06:39 AM undertroper
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** So much so that Creator/RidleyScott used the cue "Valhalla/Viking Victory" for his film ''Film/KingdomOfHeaven''. Slightly controversial, given the director and the composer's turbulent relationship when they worked together on ''Film/{{Alien}}'' & ''Film/{{Legend}}'' that saw Scott cutting off a large part of Goldsmith's music on the former and re-using parts of Goldsmith's earlier score from ''Freud''; while simultaneously throwing out Goldsmith's entire score in favor of Tangerine Dream's music for the latter. Bitter and hurt, Goldsmith never spoke to Scott as a a result until his passing.

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** So much so that Creator/RidleyScott used the cue "Valhalla/Viking Victory" for his film ''Film/KingdomOfHeaven''. Slightly controversial, given the director and the composer's turbulent relationship when they worked together on ''Film/{{Alien}}'' & ''Film/{{Legend}}'' that saw Scott cutting off a large part of Goldsmith's music on the former and re-using parts of Goldsmith's earlier score from ''Freud''; while simultaneously throwing out Goldsmith's entire score in favor of Tangerine Dream's music for the latter. Bitter and hurt, upset by the rejection, Goldsmith never spoke to Scott again as a a result until even unto his passing.
29th Jan '16 5:11:17 PM undertroper
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* AwesomeMusic: Even if you didn't care for the movie, you have to admit that Jerry Goldsmith's score is pretty awesome.

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* AwesomeMusic: Even if you didn't care for the movie, you have to admit that Jerry Music/JerryGoldsmith's score is pretty awesome.
** So much so that Creator/RidleyScott used the cue "Valhalla/Viking Victory" for his film ''Film/KingdomOfHeaven''. Slightly controversial, given the director and the composer's turbulent relationship when they worked together on ''Film/{{Alien}}'' & ''Film/{{Legend}}'' that saw Scott cutting off a large part of
Goldsmith's music on the former and re-using parts of Goldsmith's earlier score is pretty awesome.from ''Freud''; while simultaneously throwing out Goldsmith's entire score in favor of Tangerine Dream's music for the latter. Bitter and hurt, Goldsmith never spoke to Scott as a a result until his passing.
11th Sep '15 8:20:55 PM mlsmithca
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* CoolVsAwesome: Well, not quite "versus" (although the TroubledProduction might hint at that...), but ''Michael Crichton'' (i.e. ''JurassicPark'') and ''John [=McTiernan=]'' (of ''Film/DieHard'' fame) working together on a project has to qualify.

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* CoolVsAwesome: Well, not quite "versus" (although the TroubledProduction might hint at that...), but ''Michael Crichton'' Michael Crichton (i.e. ''JurassicPark'') and ''John [=McTiernan=]'' John [=McTiernan=] (of ''Film/DieHard'' fame) working together on a project has to qualify.



* HeAlsoDid: This is the second film ''John McTiernan'' 's made based on Literature/Beowulf. His earlier movie Film/Predator was also influenced by the Norse epic.

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* HeAlsoDid: This is the second film ''John McTiernan'' 's John [=McTiernan=]'s made based on Literature/Beowulf. ''Literature/{{Beowulf}}''. His earlier movie Film/Predator ''Film/{{Predator}}'' was also influenced by the Norse epic.
4th Sep '15 9:06:40 PM NSlayton5
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** Buliwyf as well, the role that launched Vladimir Kulich into great acclaim and recognition,

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** Buliwyf as well, the role that launched Vladimir Kulich into great acclaim and recognition, recognition.
* HeAlsoDid: This is the second film ''John McTiernan'' 's made based on Literature/Beowulf. His earlier movie Film/Predator was also influenced by the Norse epic.
23rd Jun '15 6:45:03 AM darkjezter
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* CriticalDissonance: On Rotten Tomatoes the film only holds a 33% "fresh" rating with critics. But with audiences it holds a respectable 66% fresh rating.
1st Dec '13 4:00:18 PM alchixinren
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* CoolVsAwesome: Well, not quite "versus" (although the TroubledProduction might hint at that...), but ''Michael Crichton'' (i.e. ''JurassicPark'') and ''John [=McTiernan=]'' (of Film/''DieHard'' fame) working together on a project has to qualify.

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* CoolVsAwesome: Well, not quite "versus" (although the TroubledProduction might hint at that...), but ''Michael Crichton'' (i.e. ''JurassicPark'') and ''John [=McTiernan=]'' (of Film/''DieHard'' ''Film/DieHard'' fame) working together on a project has to qualify.
1st Dec '13 4:00:00 PM alchixinren
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* CoolVsAwesome: Well, not quite "versus" (although the TroubledProduction might hint at that...), but ''Michael Crichton'' (i.e. ''JurassicPark'') and ''John [=McTiernan=]'' (of Film/''DieHard'' fame) working together on a project has to qualify.
25th Nov '13 1:27:58 AM darkjezter
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* AwesomeMusic: Even if you didn't care for the movie, you have to admit that Jerry Goldsmith's score is pretty awesome.
* CultClassic: Although the film was panned by critics and was one of the biggest box office flops of all time, it does have a fair amount of fans who consider it to be a very good action/adventure film.
5th May '13 10:04:57 AM Korm
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** Buliwyf as well, the role that launched Vladimir Kulich into great acclaim and recognition,
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