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Comments about the soundtrack for Hellboy (Marco Beltrami)
Lets even the score

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dagwill
Lets even the score   Sunday, January 16, 2005 (4:13 p.m.) 

I like Beltramis score,:)and the reviewer was on to something when he asked:"One such freakish character is Hellboy, a mammoth with horns who was bred by Nazis (of course... Why is it always Nazis? Why not the Communists? Or radical Muslims?" But then he had to go and ruin it by suggesting that our military should somehow be the moral equivilant of the worst scum on earth,>8D whom he has just mentioned, when he says "Or, better yet, the American military?" Why the American military?

This is a great website, but are you folks out there in Montana a bunch of "blame America first" leftists?

Back to the score--it has great momemts, but I too wish it was longer.

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Noteguy
Blaming America leftism   Sunday, March 13, 2005 (1:24 p.m.) 

Isn't that just because America has the habit of making a point of getting involved in things it has no business in?

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