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Re: Williams is burned out!
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• Posted by: Amuro   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Saturday, March 8, 2003, at 8:19 a.m.
• IP Address: 12-223-195-207.client.insightBB.com
• In Response to: Re: Williams is burned out! (Chris)

> Thats rather rude remark to say. If u dont like Williams thats fine, but
> to say people that do are "stupid" is just uncalled for.
>
Respect other peoples opinions.
OOOOK first of all, Williams retire? i think not! He is one of (if not the) most talented film composers in the film industry. and I agree with the person who posted the response before me. If you don't like williams thats fine but that is no reason to say that his fans are stupid. As for Hans Zimmer I agree his music is incredible and a breath of fresh air for Hollywood. But, by no means is he better than Williams. Williams' score for "Catch Me If You Can" is excellent and, this score is completely different from any other Williams score. The father's theme is incredible and this simply proves Williams' diversity in the film music industry, I mean look at Star Wars and then look at this score completely different. Plus I am a Saxophone Player so I am a sucker for this score.




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