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Comments about the soundtrack for Con Air (Mark Mancina)
This Review Is Trash.

Casey
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The Kong
This Review Is Trash.   Saturday, June 30, 2007 (6:10 p.m.) 

For starters, we don't need a film review here. I doubt the person who wrote this could tell you anything about filming a large scale movie.

Next, people need to relax and have some fun with there music. The best part of film music is how different it all is. Take it all in, and enjoy it. As far as recording goes, this has some really interesting and creative elements. Recording the drums in a kitchen, in mono, for example, will give you a unique sound. People who write reviews on film music need to truley know it's made before trashing it. Same with there film "reviews".

Here is a review I wrote for this score years and years ago:

http://www.hans-zimmer.8m.com/conair.htm



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The Kong
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Casey

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Casey
Fanboy alert! Fanboy alert!   Monday, July 2, 2007 (8:05 a.m.) 

> For starters, we don't need a film review here. I doubt the person who
> wrote this could tell you anything about filming a large scale movie.

> Next, people need to relax and have some fun with there music. The best
> part of film music is how different it all is. Take it all in, and enjoy
> it. As far as recording goes, this has some really interesting and
> creative elements. Recording the drums in a kitchen, in mono, for example,
> will give you a unique sound. People who write reviews on film music need
> to truley know it's made before trashing it. Same with there film
> "reviews".

At least Clemmensen didn't leak semen into his pants while writing his review for Filmtracks.

Three reasons why you exist for nothing more than the amusement of more educated people:

1. Your terrible English exposes you to be no worthy alternative

2. Your comment exposes your lack of knowledge about how the reviews at Filmtracks are written

3. Your placement of a review on a Zimmer site exposes you as a fanboy too biased to write effective reviews

Zimmer fanboys are all the same. Their cocks pang so hard against the bottom of their desk while they listen to "Zimmer & Associates" trash that it's a wonder they can type at all.



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Casey
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The Kong
Re: Fanboy alert! Fanboy alert!   Tuesday, July 3, 2007 (8:04 p.m.) 

> At least Clemmensen didn't leak semen into his pants while writing his
> review for Filmtracks.

> Three reasons why you exist for nothing more than the amusement of more
> educated people:

> 1. Your terrible English exposes you to be no worthy alternative

Ok, I'm not the best writer, sue me.

> 2. Your comment exposes your lack of knowledge about how the reviews at
> Filmtracks are written

Ummm, yeah..

> 3. Your placement of a review on a Zimmer site exposes you as a fanboy too
> biased to write effective reviews

Actually, the site, as far as I know has not been updated in years. Yes, I am a big fan. But "fanboy"? No, not even close. I don't liek every single thing they put out. but yes, I do like Con Air.

> Zimmer fanboys are all the same. Their cocks pang so hard against the
> bottom of their desk while they listen to "Zimmer &
> Associates" trash that it's a wonder they can type at all.

I thought I wasn't smart enough for you? But your the one making dick jokes?

Instead of attacking me, tell me why you don't like the music.

Can you do that?



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