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Comments about the soundtrack for The Mummy (Jerry Goldsmith)

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Re: Once again, I have to disagree
• Posted by: Mark
• Date: Sunday, February 10, 2002, at 6:04 p.m.
• IP Address: 64-121-49-83.c3-0.snmt-ubr1.sfrn-snmt.ca.cable.rcn.com
• In Response to: Once again, I have to disagree (goldsmith_fan)

> I think this is Goldsmith's finest action since Total Recall. How much
> does anyone wanna bet that if this were the same music, except that John
> williams name was on it, that it would be praised to high heaven and get
> at least a 4 star rating. Anyway, this is still a very great score no
> matter who does it, and it deserves more praise than it gets. ***** or a
> 10/10

Uh huh... I suppose you think all a score needs to have to get a 5-star rating is the name 'John Williams.' If anything, many people might be more critical of Williams because they expect each of his scores to be a "Star Wars" or an "E.T." Lighten up, and don't be so dense. If John Williams had done this score, it probably would have gotten the same rating. You are entitled to your own opinion, certainly, but don't say such stupid things.




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