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Re: Blade Runner vs Minority Report
• Posted by: Luis L.
• Date: Monday, January 13, 2003, at 10:55 a.m.
• IP Address: 24-90-185-231.nyc.rr.com
• In Response to: Blade Runner vs Minority Report (ugly joe)

> Hi, Levente
how are you doing?
I've just read your interesting
> mail and I'd just like to add a few personal impressions. Certainly, there
> are some similarities between these two films, but don't let them confuse
> us. Blade Runner is a masterpiece, a jewel, whereas Minority Report is a
> good film, yeah, maybe one of the best Spielberg films in years, but
> that's all. Spielberg's film will never equal Bladerunner.
And this
> applies as well to music. No matter how much Williams tries to echo
> Vangelis' superb score, William's music is crap. Noisy, stupid, it lacks
> originality, beauty, it once again proves what I've been saying for such a
> long time: JOHN WILLIAMS HAS RUN OUT OF IDEAS, HE HAS NOTHING NEW TO
> OFFER, AND HIS MUSIC IS QUITE MEDIOCRE. Obviously, I won't go on comparing
> Vangelis with Williams, because Vangelis is a genius, wheras Williams is
> not. All you have to do is compare the discography of both musicians. If
> all Williams' recordings sound the same, Vangelis has made Jazz,
> avant-garde, rock, progressve, orchestral, new age, futuristic,
> soundtracks... and with excellent results most of the times.
>
Williams... please, go home
ugly joe

Give Minority Report 20 years of reflection and you would probably say the same things about it as you have said about Blade Runner.




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