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Comments about the soundtrack for Agora (Dario Marianelli)

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The comment posters of this site astound me.
• Posted by: Corey
• Date: Monday, January 30, 2012, at 9:27 p.m.
• IP Address: 206.74.27.190
• Now Playing: The Promise - Freedom of the Wa [Klaus Badelt]

I don't understand the users of this website.. If the writer gives a soundtrack anything less than a four out of five rating (regardless of what's stated in the text of the review) you slam the writer with child like phrases such as "idiot" or "moron", but if the score gets a four or five star, you people still bitch about a period being crooked.

I actually like this website's reviews. All the soundtracks that are highly rated on here are great soundtracks. Whether a high rated soundtrack on here is the best there is is a different story. I tell you though, if a score is a five out of five on here, then it's at least decent and worth a listen!

Just because Clemenson or whoever dislikes a score, it don't necessarily mean it's bad, it's their opinion, and take it as such.

And what does all this ranting about religion have to do with an orchestral film score???






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