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Comments about the soundtrack for Godzilla (2014) (Alexandre Desplat)
Godzilla versus Filmtracks

Ryan Davis
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Captain Future
Rob
Godzilla versus Filmtracks   Sunday, August 10, 2014 (6:04 p.m.) 

Filmtracks is a relic of websites from the 1990s, when people made their own internet homepages with the intent of announcing their minimal importance to the world. Clemmensen's has always contained a myriad of idiotic opinions, hilariously bad formatting, and readers motivated by stupid nostalgia. Even Godzilla matures while Clemmensen stagnates and kisses goodbye what relevance he may have once had. Godzilla wins.


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Ryan Davis
Re: Godzilla versus Filmtracks   Monday, August 11, 2014 (7:32 a.m.) 

I'm aware of about a dozen people who publish score reviews on a regular basis. So this is hardly a leftover from the 90s. Whether they create their own website, use wordpress, some social network or some other form of blog does not matter or does it?
CC has frequently stated that his site is in need of renovation. I also stated reasons why this is not happening.


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Ryan Davis
Re: Godzilla versus Filmtracks   Tuesday, August 12, 2014 (10:02 a.m.) 

> Filmtracks is a relic of websites from the 1990s, when people made their
> own internet homepages with the intent of announcing their minimal
> importance to the world. Clemmensen's has always contained a myriad of
> idiotic opinions, hilariously bad formatting, and readers motivated by
> stupid nostalgia. Even Godzilla matures while Clemmensen stagnates and
> kisses goodbye what relevance he may have once had. Godzilla wins.

I just don't understand a lot of the people on this site. Constant bitching about reviews. If you hate the site & his reviews so much, go somewhere else. There's plenty of other soundtrack sites out there. Or, if you want all the scores you like to get good reviews, create your own site instead of coming here and always complaining.



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