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Kern
Review   Thursday, July 4, 2013 (3:05 a.m.) 

Review posted at FilmMusicSite.com:

http://www.filmmusicsite.com/soundtracks.cgi?id=12942&view=8541&lang=en


(Message edited on Thursday, July 4, 2013, at 11:48 a.m.)


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Kern
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*Incompetent* Review   Thursday, July 4, 2013 (8:03 a.m.) 

> http://www.filmmusicsite.com/soundtracks.cgi?id=12942&view=8541&lang=en

Apparently ignorant fanboyism is allowed in the reviews at that site. He even said he was surprised by the existance of a longer album. What rock has he been living under? If that is not bad enough, the "users" of that site rate Man of Steel at 7.29 out of 10. Fanboy readers for fanboy reviews.


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Re: *Incompetent* Review   Thursday, July 4, 2013 (9:26 a.m.) 
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> Apparently ignorant fanboyism is allowed in the reviews at that site. He
> even said he was surprised by the existance of a longer album. What rock
> has he been living under? If that is not bad enough, the "users"
> of that site rate Man of Steel at 7.29 out of 10. Fanboy readers for
> fanboy reviews.

Reviews are subjective though. They're meant to be. I mean, just look at the ones on this site. Just because it goes against what you believe in means it is "ignorant fanboyism."


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Re: *Incompetent* Review   Thursday, July 4, 2013 (10:53 a.m.) 

> Reviews are subjective though. They're meant to be. I mean, just look at
> the ones on this site. Just because it goes against what you believe in
> means it is "ignorant fanboyism."

You misunderstand in your haste. This has nothing to do with the rating. I don't care if he gives Man of Steel 1-STAR or 10-STARS. The reason the review is ignorant is because he does not know how to review music. He shows no real experience with film music evaluation. He is a fanboy. His actual opinion is irrelevant when he can't support that opinion with reasoned analysis.


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Re: *Incompetent* Review   Thursday, July 4, 2013 (10:11 a.m.) 

> Apparently ignorant fanboyism is allowed in the reviews at that site. He
> even said he was surprised by the existance of a longer album. What rock
> has he been living under? If that is not bad enough, the "users"
> of that site rate Man of Steel at 7.29 out of 10. Fanboy readers for
> fanboy reviews.

The rating isn't reliable because of the small sample size. Only seven people have voted on it there. Go with the 1,300 votes here at Filmtracks and you have a much more comprehensive rating.

Agreed that the review there is odd. It priases Zimmer's originality even though his biggest fans even admit that the score is mostly fun rehash.



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Re: *Incompetent* Review   Thursday, July 4, 2013 (11:06 a.m.) 

> Go with the 1,300 votes here at Filmtracks

The 1,300 votes are even less reliable: one can vote each day again, as there is no need to authenticate yourself.



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Re: *Incompetent* Review   Thursday, July 4, 2013 (11:58 a.m.) 

> The 1,300 votes are even less reliable: one can vote each day again, as
> there is no need to authenticate yourself.

Unless you change your ip address every time, you can't vote everyday until many others have done so since your last vote. I have tried it myself and it won't let you. Besides, according to Clemmensen, every vote on this site is archived with the ip address, date, and the rating. He runs a program periodically to analyze the votes across the site and it deletes the repetitive ones from the same ip address ranges. That's why you see the vote totals go down a lot sometimes. People who try to scam these Filmtracks votes are wasting their time.


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