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Comments about the soundtrack for Batman Returns (Danny Elfman)

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YALL "naughty" language.
• Posted by: K7   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, October 5, 2005, at 9:40 p.m.
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Batman Returns got on my heart. Danny Elfman was running me a tear.
He really cued me calling the orchestra all together. Batman Returns was one of the best movies of all time. Filmtracks thought this was bad. He was a "naughty" language. asshole in the first place. He got really bad taste galore. Not like Danny Elfman who has good taste. Batman had a really good theme song combined with all of the characters. I stood up and applauded because of the score. Danny Elfman was being such a genius. Tim Burton should have made a third and final one because this is better than Star Wars and Lord of the Rings combined. The Penguin's story is tragic since it's a circus not a "naughty" language. carnival are supposed to be fun and children are supposed to be innocent but the tragic events of Batman Returns haunt your life forever more than Batman Forever and anyone who says otherwise is an immature adult because I was deep mature child when I was two so join an adult orchestra to a crappy sequel nigger. Rock over Tim Burton. Rock over Danny Elfman. I am Vengeance. I am the night. I am Batman.

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