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WRONG! about the Hulk!

Claudio
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WRONG! about the Hulk!   Wednesday, July 16, 2003 (6:27 p.m.) 

Well .. First of:
I do not agree with your review of the score to the HULK - maybe it's too modern & European for you? - I guess - and your proposals on mood of the score is a bit funny... Please stop reviewing scores if you donít understand them...

The lack of a theme in THE HULK is a bit of a relief - it has become a standard in US films for quiet some time now - and frankly it's tiresome..
And all good movies dos not come wraped up nicely with a standard American plot tied up in a nice theme.. For all no-brainers.. ( that be the US average audience).. NUFF SAID

Best Regards & MAKE MINE MARVEL

Claudio Hohlmann
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Amon Hen 2112
Re: ...and what exactly are YOUR credentials?   Thursday, July 17, 2003 (7:19 a.m.) 

> Well .. First of: I do not agree with your review of the score to the
> HULK - maybe it's too modern & European for you? - I guess - and your
> proposals on mood of the score is a bit funny... Please stop reviewing
> scores if you donít understand them...

What makes you more of an expert of understanding scores than Clemmensen?

Mark



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Re: ...and what exactly are YOUR credentials?   Monday, July 21, 2003 (9:25 a.m.) 

> What makes you more of an expert of understanding scores than Clemmensen?

> Mark

Clemmensen has already demonstrated that she doesn't understand music. I agree with you all the way Claudio!!!!

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Amon Hen 2112
Re: Christian Clemmensen is a "she"??!   Monday, July 21, 2003 (9:13 p.m.) 

> Clemmensen has already demonstrated that she doesn't understand
> music. I agree with you all the way Claudio!!!!

You fanboys are all idiots. If you're going to insult the webmaster, at least get the gender right!



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Re: Christian Clemmensen is a "she"??!   Monday, July 21, 2003 (10:11 p.m.) 

> You fanboys are all idiots. If you're going to insult the webmaster, at
> least get the gender right!

At least I'm telling the truth and not playing suck up to the web master!!! In all honesty I hope Clemmenson posts here to defend HIM self and not leave HIS little pets to do the job!!!!

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It is time to define this individual...   Tuesday, July 22, 2003 (8:26 a.m.) 

> At least I'm telling the truth and not playing suck up to the web
> master!!! In all honesty I hope Clemmenson posts here to defend HIM self
> and not leave HIS little pets to do the job!!!!








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Amon Hen 2112
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Narendur
Goodbye   Tuesday, July 22, 2003 (10:29 a.m.) 

Clemmenson its time for me to describe you... look up the word geek for us why don't you. This will be my last post at Filmtracks. I urge many of you to do the same. Clemmenson is an obnoxious jerk and does not have a critics view of music. I enjoy classical and a wide variety of music. I urge you Clemmenson to think how ignorent your words may sound when they are thrown back at you.

Goodbye,

Amon Hen 2112



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Took you long enough. *NM*   Wednesday, July 23, 2003 (5:23 a.m.) 



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Claudio
Gonad the Barbarian
Prove it. Write your own review and we'll see...   Tuesday, July 22, 2003 (8:32 a.m.) 

> I do not agree with your review of the score to the HULK - Please stop reviewing
> scores if you donít understand them...

Very well, if you are such a superior intellect on the subject of film scores, then why don't you submit an intelligent review for score of The Hulk (1000 words minimum) and I will publish it right after mine.

Otherwise, you present me with no proof that you understand film scores better than a plastic lizard.

Christian



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Claudio
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Re: Prove it. Write your own review and we'll see...   Thursday, July 24, 2003 (7:20 a.m.) 

Dear Christian ... wery mature.

first of i used to write rewievs on a daily basis - in an other language for 2 magazines - 1. a lifestyle mag 2. an all filmmagazine.

second. i make music and work as a DJ - been doing it since 1984 - so understanding music and scores comes naturely. - THE HULK Score might be different but its still great in its own way - and as i said before - the lack of theme - is good - thinking this movie is made for fans of THE HULK - and a fan - i am.. since childhood. - A lot of people must be tiered (like me) of the same stupid themes. or soundtracks just so the compagny can sell some more - it is time to learn how a great score should sound like - just listen to: THE RUSSIAN HOUSE f.ex -

third. i do not think i have to prove i can du a better Rewiev - it's obvious - isn't it?!


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I speak for all plastic lizards....   Thursday, July 24, 2003 (4:39 p.m.) 

> Otherwise, you present me with no proof that you understand film scores
> better than a plastic lizard.

> Christian

Mr. Clemmenson,
I write to you on behalf of myself and the organization I so faithfully represent, the League for the Ethical Movement in the US of Retile and Lizard Organizations, Independent or National Statuses (LEMURLOINS, for short). Here at LEMURLOINS, we do not discriminate one lizard from another, be they of blood and skin, or plastic or a little bit of both. We too recognize the importance of a good score, and do not wish to be the standard of low taste in scores. Please atone for you sins by sending you copy of the soundtrack to THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH to this address:

Gregory Hirst
2121 Dover Ave.
Casper, WY 82601

Or else PIZZA.. is gonna send out.. for youuuuuuuuU!

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