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Comments about the soundtrack for Minority Report (John Williams)

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Hello Yoda
• Posted by: Sean Raduechel
• Date: Thursday, August 1, 2002, at 3:17 p.m.
• IP Address: wcfls-238.wcfls.lib.wi.us
• In Response to: Re: Do you think that MR will get a nomination... (Johannes)

> Hmm....may be nominated but it will absolutely not win an Oscar for best
> picture!
GOOD movies never win an Oscar!
It`s just crap like the
> super-patriotic "We Were Soldiers" that wins an Oscar. Not good
> movies, like MR and LOTR 2.
But Williams deserves an Oscar for Best
> Original Score, I think.
Since Howard Shore won`t win another....

Wow, you must be an all powerful jedi master. You already know whether Shore will win another and your grasp of the light and dark side, or good and bad films is so clear. I just knew that sinisterly patriotic, americans are the only ones with friends, family, or concerns, doesn't have a single scene saying war is hell film "We Were Soldiers" was evil. You're right, good movies never win oscars. Fellowship of the Ring completely did not deserve that best score oscar, nor did Black Hawk Down with its best sound. Nor did "Glory" deserve its three back in '89 or "Braveheart" back in '95. They couldn't possibly been good movies since they won oscars, and good movies never win oscars. Wow, I guess that means the Star Wars films are evil also.




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