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Let's hope it doesn't win the Oscar

Carl H.
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Let's hope it doesn't win the Oscar   Friday, March 14, 2003 (1:55 p.m.) 

I mean come on, it's Philip Glass. He's a classical music composer, not a film composer. It's like seeing the score to THE PIANIST win for best score or something. I don't care who wins this year (although I'm praying for Williams) as long as it's not Glass for THE HOURS. What a boring, dull little score!!
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Re: Let's hope it doesn't win the Oscar   Saturday, March 15, 2003 (11:19 a.m.) 

You're right man! I fell asleep twice when I listened to it the first time, I mean, come on, where is the DRAMA??!!??!!


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Re: Let's hope it doesn't win the Oscar   Tuesday, March 9, 2004 (1:27 a.m.) 

> You're right man! I fell asleep twice when I listened to it the first
> time, I mean, come on, where is the DRAMA??!!??!!

Man, what a stupid you are

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Re: Let's hope it doesn't win the Oscar   Sunday, May 9, 2004 (1:11 p.m.) 

> Man, what a stupid you are
I feel the same way...If Phillip Glass's score didn't move you at all it's because you're just too stupid. This goes also for Carl, 'Phillip Glass can't compose music for films', I've never heard anything so


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Re: Let's hope it doesn't win the Oscar   Tuesday, March 25, 2003 (4:12 a.m.) 

> I mean come on, it's Philip Glass. He's a classical music composer, not a
> film composer. It's like seeing the score to THE PIANIST win for best
> score or something. I don't care who wins this year (although I'm praying
> for Williams) as long as it's not Glass for THE HOURS. What a boring, dull
> little score!!

Letīs see. "Philip Glass is a classical music composer, not a film composer"...

And tell me, friend, whatīs the matter? Heīs not a fil composer but he is a MUSICIAN, and was nominated īcos he composed music for a FILM. Is it very difficult for you to understand?

Friend... If musicians that arenīt film composers cannot win awards like this... poor Vangelis! (for example)

Guillermo.

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Re: Let's hope it doesn't win the Oscar   Wednesday, March 3, 2004 (10:24 p.m.) 

A lot of non-musicians don't dig Glass, but if you study the way music has changed from the beginning of time to now, his music is sheer genious. I would recommend his opera called "Einstein on the Beach" to ANYONE... such an awesome piece of music

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Re: Let's hope it doesn't win the Oscar   Tuesday, April 8, 2003 (5:59 p.m.) 

Come on, it's the most deserving score in the race (with Far From Heaven a close second and Road to Perditon 3rd) Now, if only The Two Towers had been nominated...


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Re: Let's hope it doesn't win the Oscar   Tuesday, June 3, 2003 (7:15 p.m.) 

> Come on, it's the most deserving score in the race (with Far From Heaven a
> close second and Road to Perditon 3rd) Now, if only The Two Towers had
> been nominated...

I'm glad LOTR TTT wasn't nominated, Howard Shore won last year and he didn't deserve it, I much rather would have liked James Horner to have won last year or John Williams. But this year "The Four Feathers" should have been nominated. But I am glad this was nominated even though it lost to Elliot Goldenthal.

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Re: Let's hope it doesn't win the Oscar   Thursday, July 24, 2003 (5:29 a.m.) 

Oscar? Oscar is a fish. Oscar smells like politics. Glass don't need no stinking Oscar.

> I mean come on, it's Philip Glass. He's a classical music composer, not a
> film composer. It's like seeing the score to THE PIANIST win for best
> score or something. I don't care who wins this year (although I'm praying
> for Williams) as long as it's not Glass for THE HOURS. What a boring, dull
> little score!!
Carl H.


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