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I cannot believe this copy paste score ...

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I cannot believe this copy paste score ...   Tuesday, February 10, 2009 (2:18 p.m.) 
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... gets 4 stars LOL


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Re: I cannot believe this copy paste score ...   Tuesday, February 10, 2009 (2:30 p.m.) 

> ... gets 4 stars LOL

I can't believe that someone who blows a huge cumload over a Chris Young autograph would have anything useful to say about a James Horner drama.



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Re: I cannot believe this copy paste score ...   Tuesday, February 10, 2009 (10:29 p.m.) 

> I can't believe that someone who blows a huge cumload over a Chris Young
> autograph would have anything useful to say about a James Horner drama.

you are only jealous and envy me


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Re: I cannot believe this copy paste score ...   Wednesday, February 11, 2009 (3:17 a.m.) 

> I can't believe that someone who blows a huge cumload over a Chris Young
> autograph would have anything useful to say about a James Horner drama.

mike, I bet you cumload on every horner score

I give you a good advice: stop that and get yourself a girl or boyfriend


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Re: I cannot believe this copy paste score ...   Friday, March 6, 2009 (8:01 p.m.) 

> mike, I bet you cumload on every horner score

> I give you a good advice: stop that and get yourself a girl or boyfriend
>

That's pretty funny.


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Re: I cannot believe this copy paste score ...   Wednesday, February 11, 2009 (11:58 a.m.) 

> I can't believe that someone who blows a huge cumload over a Chris Young
> autograph would have anything useful to say about a James Horner drama.

I can't believe anyone bothers to read anything a guy like him has to say about a Horner score, as he is as 'unoriginal' as he thinks Horner is, and not worth the time to read his posts.



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Yeah, guess I almost fall into the avoid it category too   Tuesday, February 10, 2009 (6:26 p.m.) 
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I'm puzzled how this score gets an effectively fresh label. It recycles a theme note-for-note and gets lost in driftings and chord shifts noticeable from far too many Horner scores. I'm not against a subtle listen, but too much familiarity with this kind of stuff can cause it to become nothing more than background wallpaper. Nonetheless, it still is a pleasant package, and despite its flaws the album is still a decent showing from Horner. An acceptable 3 stars, but nowhere near the quality of the other scores on Christian's best of list, or even any of mine.


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Re: Yeah, guess I almost fall into the avoid it category too   Saturday, June 6, 2009 (3:38 p.m.) 

Yeah... and this is the case with most Horner reviews on this site- and thats my one complaint about these reviews. Forgot the name of person who runs it- but he seems to blindly love Horner. Not just from this review but also based on some of the other stuff- like on his own Acadamy Awards thing Horner would have 4 or 5 Oscars by now.

Horner has created some fine pieces of work, but there is no composer right now that resuses and recylces as much as Horner. It's gotten to the point now that the next time he recylces a theme, he should get an automatic one star. I mean, its not THAT difficult to come up with somehing new (I'm a composer myself).


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Re: I cannot believe this copy paste score ...   Wednesday, April 29, 2009 (11:16 p.m.) 

> ... gets 4 stars LOL

I cannot agree with you more:)


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Re: I cannot believe this copy paste score ...   Sunday, December 13, 2009 (1:23 a.m.) 

> ... gets 4 stars LOL

Christian Clemmenson, who routinely gives Hans Zimmer and company ** ratings for being derivative, blindly gives Horner *** and **** ratings for the same, if not worse. But any Filmtracks regular knows about CC's blind bias towards Horner (and against MV). Too bad, because other than that he's such an objective reviewer.


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