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Comments about the soundtrack for Munich (John Williams)
Williams is the most successful underdog

tweak
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shaantvis
Williams is the most successful underdog   Monday, March 6, 2006 (10:18 a.m.) 

YOU KNOW I REALLY THINK BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN WAS A SLEEPER WIN THE CATEGORY OF BEST SCORE, THAT SCORE ISN'T EVEN BETTER THAN ROSEWOOD, AND MORE IMPORTANTLY MUNICH TRULY BETTER THAN BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN. BUT JOHN WILLIAMS DOESN'T CARE AND YOU WANT TO KNOW WHY, BECAUSE NOBODY HAS MORE FILM CREDIT POWER THAN JOHN WILLIAMS, FROM JAWS TO HOME ALONE, INDIANA JONES TO HARRY POTTER, E.T. TO WAR OF THE WORLDS, AND AFTER HAVING GROSS OVER 15 BILLION IN FILM, HE IS STILL THE UNDERDOG. TRULY UNBELIEVEABLE.


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shaantvis
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tweak
Re: Williams is the most successful underdog   Monday, March 20, 2006 (5:21 p.m.) 

Really, could you call him an underdog simply because he didnt win an academy award for his work? some people dont keep awards in mind when they do things.


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