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Comments about the soundtrack for The Fifth Element (Eric Serra)

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A reviewer who completely missed the boat
• Posted by: Walt D   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, August 1, 2010, at 9:44 p.m.
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I'm sure that once the anonymous reviewer gets over his or her PMS he or she will write less egocentric and more valid reviews. But for now, I won't trust any review on this site, based on this idiot's hack job.

Does it make sense to have someone lacking any sense of whimsy review a SF movie or its music? This review read like the Pope insisting that you shouldn't use a condom, because every sperm is sacred. The clueless, pompous and in-your-face self-inflated author obviously has no sense of wonder and utterly missed the flavor of this enjoyable SF movie and its supporting components. The well-selected variety of musical styles contributed to the overall effect.

I'm pretty sure the reviewer is an agent of the "Great Evil" whose purpose is to destroy all music, and we definitely hope the fifth element will stop him.

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