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David Lounsberry
That picture   Saturday, December 17, 2011 (4:34 a.m.) 

In that picture, Zimmer looks dangerously similar to Santa Clause.


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Re: That picture   Saturday, December 17, 2011 (10:24 p.m.) 

> In that picture, Zimmer looks dangerously similar to Santa Clause.

yeah that picture was more surprising to me than the one star rating lol


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Re: That picture   Sunday, December 18, 2011 (10:24 a.m.) 
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> yeah that picture was more surprising to me than the one star rating lol

Maybe he's trying to pull of a John Williams-look with that beard?

BTW on the soundtrack itself: I really hate it. Not so much the soundtrack as written for the film or in the movie itself, but just as it's presented to us. Like the beginning credits in the movie have a really good rendition of the main theme (I thought, I was tapping my feet with the soundtrack in the theatre), but it's nowhere to be found on this album, nor are other themes present that clearly have a major role in the movie.
Furthermore, like CC said, it just seems like they got what they recorded and threw it on there, without even taking the effort or time to make it presentable. The studio dialogue at the end of 'He's All Me Me Me' is just incredible annoying and just shows they didn't even give a **** bout the listening experience.

Great movie and a decent enough soundtrack in the film itself, but as presented here, it's just a piece of crap.


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