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Patrick
No way   Thursday, May 3, 2001 (3:03 p.m.) 

I disagree with the statement that this is far superior to goldsmith's score. Goldsmith;s score was unique and intelligent, this one harkens bak to Indiana jones and far less developed.

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Nater389
Re: No way   Friday, May 4, 2001 (8:01 p.m.) 

> I disagree with the statement that this is far superior to goldsmith's
> score. Goldsmith;s score was unique and intelligent, this one harkens bak
> to Indiana jones and far less developed.

Given that you can't even master elementary grammar concepts, I wouldn't be talking about whether a score is "intelligent".

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Re: No way   Friday, May 4, 2001 (10:42 p.m.) 

> Given that you can't even master elementary grammar concepts, I wouldn't
> be talking about whether a score is "intelligent".

One should not judge a review on the small concept of spelling and your "grammar concepts." I have read many of your responses to faithful critics all over this review site, from "Gladiator," to the "Mummy." I have noticed, in all of your responses to people and their reviews, have been nothing but grammar correcting. This is a review page, is it not? If your not going to review anything, and just pester, get off the site. This is a page for reviews. And by the way, I agree greatly with my friend that you so dissaprove of. Jerry Goldsmith's original "Mummy," was another work of art. I have heard,and enjoyed, many pieces from the feat.

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Re: No way   Tuesday, May 8, 2001 (3:10 a.m.) 

One should not judge a review on the small concept of spelling and your "grammar concepts." I have read many of your responses to faithful critics all over this review site, from "Gladiator," to the "Mummy." I have noticed, in all of your responses to people and their reviews, have been nothing but grammar correcting. This is a review page, is it not? If your not going to review anything, and just pester, get off the site. This is a page for reviews.

I agree!
Nuff said!

np Scoregate www.scoregate.cjb.net

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Nate Jackson
Re: No way   Wednesday, May 16, 2001 (6:46 a.m.) 

> One should not judge a review on the small concept of spelling and your
> "grammar concepts." I have read many of your responses to
> faithful critics all over this review site, from "Gladiator," to
> the "Mummy." I have noticed, in all of your responses to people
> and their reviews, have been nothing but grammar correcting. This is a
> review page, is it not? If your not going to review anything, and just
> pester, get off the site. This is a page for reviews. And by the way, I
> agree greatly with my friend that you so dissaprove of. Jerry Goldsmith's
> original "Mummy," was another work of art. I have heard,and
> enjoyed, many pieces from the feat.
You can say that again.
Well,a review of anger is not a real review.
Jerry Goldsmith is surely an artist,and we've enjoyed his work all the time.
Alan Silvestri is a composer who is going on the same way.
Agree?


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Milklos Herrmann
Re: No way   Thursday, May 17, 2001 (3:40 p.m.) 

You can say that again.
Well,a review of anger is not a real review.
>
Jerry Goldsmith is surely an artist,and we've enjoyed his work all the
> time.
Alan Silvestri is a composer who is going on the same way.
>
Agree?
Yes, I do agree, but there are a few pieces of music in the film that is a complete steal from "The Ten Commandments" with Charlton Heston.


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goldsmith_fan
Re: No way   Tuesday, June 12, 2001 (10:19 p.m.) 

> I disagree with the statement that this is far superior to goldsmith's
> score. Goldsmith;s score was unique and intelligent, this one harkens bak
> to Indiana jones and far less developed.

I completely agree with you. Goldsmith's score had a sense of mystery about it, of exploring the unknown. The Mummy Returns' score, much like the movie itself, lost that air of mystery.

Goldsmith's score was also far more original, VARIED and "intelligent", not to mention the fact it more closely resembled what was happening on-screen.

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