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Let's Burp! A FilmQuacks Story

Kevin MacDonnell
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Graham Leslie
Julio Gomez
Let's Burp! A FilmQuacks Story   Thursday, August 24, 2000 (11:27 a.m.) 

Once again, the celebrated FilmQuacks webmaster spews out oily sludge for the unsuspecting consumer to choke on:

From "Land Before Time" review:

"Truly one of Horner's best forgotten treasures is the sister score to Willow, The Land Before Time. Composed within only a few months of each other, these two scores both excel in theme, orchestral complexity, and choral beauty."

AND THEN THIS WEEK:

"I actually have no opinion either way about Horner... I have no opinion about Williams, either. ...no matter how good Williams or Horner may be, their cumulative works are still dwarfed by the hundreds of fabulous scores by all the other composers..."

These statements must lead to appropriate speculation. It is by no coincidence that Willow, and many the other overrated Horner scores featured at FilmQuacks, are "top-sellers at Amazon.com." I'd bet on my mother's precious yip-dog that there is a connection here. Follow the necessary logic:

a) FilmQuacks gives Willow, and other Horner albums, four or five stars.

b) FilmQuacks webmaster markets fledgling Horner review pages.

c) Horner review pages receive tens of thousands of visitors.

d) Innocent civilians, some of whom underage, see positive reviews.

e) Innocent civilians, some of whom underage, purchase album.

f) FilmQuacks webmaster laughes while secretly disregarding Horner album.

Well there it is. Attention FilmQuacks regulars: let it be known that based on your leader's own words, he is yanking your chain. The bottom line is this: Reviews are meant to extract money from hasty consumer wallets and appease abrasive record label producers such as Mr Ford Alligator Thaxton. The diligence of forethought by you can expose this foul fraud and correctly categorize FilmQuacks as an institution with intentions no different from that of MovieLoones at Hollywood Online.

Be smart. Know that the FilmQuacks webmaster prefers that which he does not dare to review. His kingdom is a ploy to seek funds for his personal pleasure.

Kevin MacDonnell


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Graham Leslie
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RJ
Kevin MacDonnell   Thursday, October 5, 2000 (3:53 p.m.) 

I guess we just aren't as smart as you Kevin.

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Julio Gomez
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Kevin MacDonnell
Re: Let's Burp! A FilmQuacks Story   Tuesday, August 31, 2004 (6:58 p.m.) 

Wow, people were already discovering Filmtracks' fraud back in 2000? Someone should award this MacDonnell a metal!



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