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Does anyone else think that...   Thursday, August 16, 2007 (3:58 p.m.) 

"The Kiss" is a really really great cue?



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On the contrary ...   Tuesday, August 21, 2007 (8:11 a.m.) 

> "The Kiss" is a really really great cue?

I think it's by far the most forgettable, pale, padding, boring, uninteresting, irrelevant, aggravating and substanceless cue of all 5 films (next to Doyle's "Golden Egg").


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Re: On the contrary ...   Wednesday, August 22, 2007 (10:39 a.m.) 

> I think it's by far the most forgettable, pale, padding, boring,
> uninteresting, irrelevant, aggravating and substanceless cue of all 5
> films (next to Doyle's "Golden Egg").

Wow! While I really agree with you regarding "The Kiss" it is boring and substanceless, I couldn't agree with you less regarding Doyle's "Golden Egg" that would have to be one of my favorite cues of all five films. I think its a lot of fun, and while its not quite as interesting as Williams' action cues, I think it makes up for it in a number of ways. Its really bold, and its really good at describing that scene in the film, and i really feel that parts of it are really, truly magical.

Just my two cents...

Amuro



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Re: On the contrary ...   Thursday, August 30, 2007 (5:58 a.m.) 

I agree, "Golden Egg" is a great track! Parts of it send chills up my spine (such as when the dragon breaks free)

> Wow! While I really agree with you regarding "The Kiss" it is
> boring and substanceless, I couldn't agree with you less regarding Doyle's
> "Golden Egg" that would have to be one of my favorite cues of
> all five films. I think its a lot of fun, and while its not quite as
> interesting as Williams' action cues, I think it makes up for it in a
> number of ways. Its really bold, and its really good at describing that
> scene in the film, and i really feel that parts of it are really, truly
> magical.

> Just my two cents...

> Amuro



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Re: On the contrary ...   Tuesday, August 28, 2007 (1:51 p.m.) 

> I think it's by far the most forgettable, pale, padding, boring,
> uninteresting, irrelevant, aggravating and substanceless cue of all 5
> films (next to Doyle's "Golden Egg").

dont call doyle great cue the golden egg substanceless you little asshole you cry baby c.k and neither is the kiss


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Re: On the contrary ...   Wednesday, October 10, 2007 (2:36 a.m.) 

> dont call doyle great cue the golden egg substanceless you little asshole
> you cry baby c.k and neither is the kiss

Wow, you must be the dumbest piece of sh*t to come to these boards in a long time...every time someone says something that your tiny brain cannot handle you erupt with these insulting posts in the poorest English I've ever seen.

Seriously, get stuffed!



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Re: On the contrary ...   Wednesday, October 24, 2007 (7:50 p.m.) 

> Wow, you must be the dumbest piece of sh*t to come to these boards in a
> long time...every time someone says something that your tiny brain cannot
> handle you erupt with these insulting posts in the poorest English I've
> ever seen.

> Seriously, get stuffed!
i am not stupid you bitch you stupid john william fanboy you crybaby if your going to call me stupid again then i am going to kill you with my bloody bare hands you big baby



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Re: On the contrary ...   Thursday, June 12, 2008 (9:40 p.m.) 
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> i am not stupid you bitch you stupid john william fanboy you crybaby if
> your going to call me stupid again then i am going to kill you with my
> bloody bare hands you big baby

... enough said. Heh. You really are an embarassment.



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