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Positive HULK review

Ryan
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Jockolantern
Positive HULK review   Thursday, June 12, 2003 (2:50 p.m.) 

Is available here...

http://www.cinemusic.net

Ryan

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And a much better review it is.   Thursday, June 12, 2003 (5:09 p.m.) 

From what all I'm hearing from those clips, it's far higher than the ** score Clem claims it to be. Definitely sounding like Elfman's finest score since Sleepy Hollow, if you ask me.

Sayonara!
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Re: How is it "much better"-?   Thursday, June 12, 2003 (7:07 p.m.) 

The review at the other site is not 'better' but rather, 'more positive'. It totally ignores the ethnic questions raised by the review at this site.



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Re: How is it "much better"-?   Friday, June 13, 2003 (9:42 a.m.) 

> The review at the other site is not 'better' but rather, 'more positive'.
> It totally ignores the ethnic questions raised by the review at this site.

No, it doesn't

"The motivations for the vocals (and later the addition of duduk) are not clear (without having seen the film)"

Good point because I said that as well further down.


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Jockolantern
Re: And a much better review it is.   Tuesday, June 17, 2003 (8:26 p.m.) 

> From what all I'm hearing from those clips, it's far higher than the **
> score Clem claims it to be. Definitely sounding like Elfman's finest score
> since Sleepy Hollow, if you ask me.

The review at cinemusic.net ignores the problematical elements of the score, like the ethnic parts, which the reviewer there just dismisses with one sentence. That's not very smart reviewing.

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Jockolantern
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However. . .   Thursday, August 7, 2003 (9:05 p.m.) 

> The review at cinemusic.net ignores the problematical elements of the
> score, like the ethnic parts, which the reviewer there just dismisses with
> one sentence. That's not very smart reviewing.

It is in your opinion that the ethnic elements of the score and problematic. In the opinion of guys like mine and Ryan's, they are certainly not problematic but very appropriate and powerful.

Sayonara!
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