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Comments about the soundtrack for Star Wars: The Force Awakens (John Williams)
Error in this Filmtracks review

AdamS
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John K
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Arne Barnard
Error in this Filmtracks review   Wednesday, December 30, 2015 (8:03 p.m.) 

A correction is needed in the review. Not only one part of the review, all of it. The error is the reviewer's under-developed brain. His brain is infected with ASSHOLE SYNDROME. He thinks he is transcendent, but he is not. His reviews are SHIT.


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John K
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AdamS
Re: Error in this Filmtracks review   Wednesday, December 30, 2015 (9:34 p.m.) 

> A correction is needed in the review. Not only one part of the review, all
> of it. The error is the reviewer's under-developed brain. His brain is
> infected with ASSHOLE SYNDROME. He thinks he is transcendent, but he is
> not. His reviews are SHIT.

My God, you are worse than Donald Trump.


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Re: Error in this Filmtracks review   Tuesday, January 5, 2016 (6:54 p.m.) 
• Now Playing: Finn's Confession  

What a ridiculous statement and completely unnecessary.

No one is holding a lightsaber to your head. Don't visit or read the reviews at Filmtracks if your views are so viscerally negative or critical, of a demeaning kind.

> A correction is needed in the review. Not only one part of the review, all
> of it. The error is the reviewer's under-developed brain. His brain is
> infected with ASSHOLE SYNDROME. He thinks he is transcendent, but he is
> not. His reviews are SHIT.



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Arne Barnard
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Edmund Meinerts
Re: Error in this Filmtracks review   Monday, January 11, 2016 (1:03 a.m.) 

> A correction is needed in the review. Not only one part of the review, all
> of it. The error is the reviewer's under-developed brain. His brain is
> infected with ASSHOLE SYNDROME. He thinks he is transcendent, but he is
> not. His reviews are SHIT.

I agree!

He states that the STAR WARS Franchise comes from the 1980's.

Um, the ORIGINAL STAR WARS came out in 1977, so butthead should have written THAT instead!



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Edmund Meinerts
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Re: Error in this Filmtracks review   Monday, January 11, 2016 (11:52 p.m.) 

> I agree!
> He states that the STAR WARS Franchise comes from the 1980's.
> Um, the ORIGINAL STAR WARS came out in 1977, so butthead should have
> written THAT instead!

Not true. The full quote refers to the franchise's "heyday in the early 1980s". Since most people consider The Empire Strikes Back from 1980 to be the best Star Wars film, that's not an error.


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Re: Error in this Filmtracks review   Saturday, January 30, 2016 (7:06 p.m.) 
• Now Playing: Goblin's score for Dawn of the Dead (aka Zombi in Italy)  

The only error I detected in this very insightful and well-written review was the author's misspelling of Azkaban in his reference to the "Harry Potter" score. He used an "s" instead of a "z". Otherwise, this is a fine critical consideration of a new Williams classic.



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