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Comments about the soundtrack for Catch Me If You Can (John Williams)

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Re: Williams is burned out!
• Posted by: Jonathon Park   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Monday, February 16, 2004, at 7:16 p.m.
• IP Address: cache-dl10.proxy.aol.com
• In Response to: Williams is burned out! (Anonymous)

> I have nothing more to add here. He should retire. His music is so boring
> and I can't stand it. My favourite film composer is Hans Zimmer. He is
> uniqe in Hollywood because he has European sensibility. Zimmer's
> compositions are full of emotions. What about Willims? His music is noisy
> and his fans are stupid, together with Clemmensen of course.

I like Hanz Zimmer pretty good but Jerry Goldsmith, Danny Elfman, Thomas Newman, Don Davis, and Howard Shore are my favorites. Their Music tantalizes and is much more interesting. It doesnt all sound the same (each composer's score I mean). Now I do realize that John Williams has written many many scores and hey, he has done very well considering. I have only written 3 myself, unofficial of course, and I realize it is very hard work. So I do give him some credit. And I do realize Thomas Newman's music all kinda runs together too and Don Davis's only good scores are for the Matrix. But Jerry, Danny, and Howard are just awesome. Oh and dont call people stupid, that aint cool.




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