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What kind of article is that?

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What kind of article is that?   Wednesday, August 3, 2005 (4:51 p.m.) 

The statments that follow in this comment, are made out of anger. Forgive any offenses.

I would enjoy an un-bias article. Some people enjoy the score, and would appreciate it if cynical bastards like the one who wrote the above article would find a new job. If Christopher Nolan had disliked the score, it would have been rejected, so shut up, and watch the movie, and accept that something is different, and not the same cliche, overstuffed with brass, heavy handed- score.

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Re: What kind of article is that?   Thursday, August 4, 2005 (7:35 p.m.) 

> The statments that follow in this comment, are made out of anger. Forgive
> any offenses.

> I would enjoy an un-bias article. Some people enjoy the score, and would
> appreciate it if cynical bastards like the one who wrote the above article
> would find a new job. If Christopher Nolan had disliked the score, it
> would have been rejected, so shut up, and watch the movie, and accept that
> something is different, and not the same cliche, overstuffed with brass,
> heavy handed- score.

Okay, first off... by writing this you're proving your own bias...

second...

This is Clemmensen's site, his point, is to put HIS opinion of a score, based on the score, how well it fits, and things like that. Being HIS site its obviously HIS opinion, its impossible to review something without an opinion.

Third...

Directors are not PERFECT... look at PotC... and look at this... both are VERY lacking in the film (yes, I thought this score was s-h-i-t in the film).

Fourth...

I strongly dislike when people come on and say stupid, immature things like what you just said, and I'm sure plenty of others do too... so next time you have the equivalent of a three year olds rambling about something you clearly do not understand, keep it inside, and don't put it up for thousands upon millions of people to read and make fun of you for. I learned this quite well, you should too.

Amuro

p.s. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory score = AWESOME!

p.s.s. Why can't we say naugty words anymore?!

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Re: What kind of article is that?   Saturday, February 4, 2006 (12:33 a.m.) 

If i could just throw in my 2 pennies worth here... I absolutely LOVED this article!! I'm so glad that Finally someone exposes Hans Zimmer for the fraud he is. What kind of article is this? A brilliant one! Everything he said about Zimmer is entirely true. He IS LAZY, and he does serve himself, totally. The guy does get Hoardes of ghostwriters to do his work for him, he loves using his electronics just like his mate Klaus Badelt. This isn't an anti-German anything either, but those guys have got it all wrong when it comes to scoring films. They are opting for a cheap, flashy but ultimately lazy and hollow way of scoring movies. I for one condemn their lazy style. I'm not 'biased'. I'm a score lover, actor, and future director and I can appreciate music on many levels and for many purposes. But Zimmers' efforts and those of his cronies have always left a bad taste in my mouth and at least someone has had the guts to speak out about this.
If you Zimmer fans don't like it, then tough! It's time you learned what Real, Proper scoring of films is all about!

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Re: What kind of article is that?   Friday, January 6, 2006 (8:14 p.m.) 

> The statments that follow in this comment, are made out of anger. Forgive
> any offenses.

> I would enjoy an un-bias article. Some people enjoy the score, and would
> appreciate it if cynical bastards like the one who wrote the above article
> would find a new job. If Christopher Nolan had disliked the score, it
> would have been rejected, so shut up, and watch the movie, and accept that
> something is different, and not the same cliche, overstuffed with brass,
> heavy handed- score.

Perhaps Nolan has bad tastes in music as do you!


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