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God Williams Does It Again!

Trevor
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Mike
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God Williams Does It Again!   Wednesday, June 4, 2008 (10:16 a.m.) 
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What else can you say about Williams other then he is God? He is beyond God! Williams is still amazing, proving age does not matter, it is the person.
I will comment that some of his themes from other films were fit into this film, which I had no problem with. Track #3 for example uses the chromatic scale from his Home Alone score.
Above all, I think this film deserves more credit then the babling, hyper-critical critic made Williams out to be. Williams score provides the neccesities needed to keep the sound of the ninteen fiftees with the ever constant location moves.
His finale is perfect for he does not overdue what doesn't need to be. Williams did a phenominal job on this score, it was the critic who was LOOKING for something bad to put in.

Trevor


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Trevor
Re: God Williams Does It Again!   Sunday, June 8, 2008 (6:54 p.m.) 
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> What else can you say about Williams other then he is God? He is beyond
> God! Williams is still amazing, proving age does not matter, it is the
> person.
> I will comment that some of his themes from other films were fit into this
> film, which I had no problem with. Track #3 for example uses the chromatic
> scale from his Home Alone score.
> Above all, I think this film deserves more credit then the babling,
> hyper-critical critic made Williams out to be. Williams score provides the
> neccesities needed to keep the sound of the ninteen fiftees with the ever
> constant location moves.
> His finale is perfect for he does not overdue what doesn't need to be.
> Williams did a phenominal job on this score, it was the critic who was
> LOOKING for something bad to put in.

> Trevor

"Hyper-critical"? Are you insane? He gave it four stars.



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Trevor
Re: God Williams Does It Again!   Monday, June 9, 2008 (6:33 p.m.) 

> What else can you say about Williams other then he is God? He is beyond
> God! Williams is still amazing, proving age does not matter, it is the
> person.
> I will comment that some of his themes from other films were fit into this
> film, which I had no problem with. Track #3 for example uses the chromatic
> scale from his Home Alone score.
> Above all, I think this film deserves more credit then the babling,
> hyper-critical critic made Williams out to be. Williams score provides the
> neccesities needed to keep the sound of the ninteen fiftees with the ever
> constant location moves.
> His finale is perfect for he does not overdue what doesn't need to be.
> Williams did a phenominal job on this score, it was the critic who was
> LOOKING for something bad to put in.

> Trevor

How can you call Williams God then accuse him of re-using themes from unrelated films?

You're incorrect, by the way. "The Adventures of Mutt" is not "borrowed" from Home Alone, at least not intentionally as you seem to imply. You have no basis either, apart from its use of the chromatic scale which is an EXTREMELY common musical device. Hardly exclusive to Williams scores.



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