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Comments about the soundtrack for Star Wars: Attack of the Clones (John Williams)

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Re: Attack Of Clones Stinks
• Posted by: Chris N.   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, May 4, 2010, at 11:23 p.m.
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• In Response to: Attack Of Clones Stinks (SeaCutthroat)

> I am a huge fan of the star wars saga and their scores, at least of the
> originals. The new movies can burn in Hades for all I care. They portray
> nothing of the original charm, wit, and excitment of Episodes 4 5 and 6.
> The music suffers the same fate. Episode II is one of the worst movies
> ever made and the score is not much better. Now, I will admit the Williams
> at least offered some nice renditions of the "imperial march"
> and "may the force be with you." The only new song I enjoyed was
> "Across the stars." It would have been fitting if the the love
> story was actually believable. Overall, most of the score is a cachoponhy
> of dull, underdevloped sounds that fails to form any exciting or catchy
> theme or motif. Bring back the original themes because this new crud
> doesn't sound anything like Star Wars. I am disapointed that Filmtracks
> gave this craptastic film score a high review. But since filmtracks gave
> Cutthroat Island a high review, I can forgive them. Now that is music.
Your post stinks.

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