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Comments about the soundtrack for The Perfect Storm (James Horner)
The Perfect Waste of Time

James Bradley
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Mila Kunis
Luis L.
The Perfect Waste of Time   Tuesday, January 22, 2002 (6:12 a.m.) 

No I'm not talking about the score, James Horner has given us yet another beautifully driven theme, however, it is such a shame that it happens to be the soundtrack to one of the most dismal, pretentious, revolting piece of crap of a film. If it wasn't for Horner's music I would have gladly cut off my own testicles with a rusty breadknife to avoid having to watch that movie.

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Mila Kunis
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greg
Re: The Perfect Waste of Time   Saturday, February 2, 2002 (11:47 p.m.) 

> No I'm not talking about the score, James Horner has given us yet another
> beautifully driven theme, however, it is such a shame that it happens to
> be the soundtrack to one of the most dismal, pretentious, revolting piece
> of crap of a film. If it wasn't for Horner's music I would have gladly cut
> off my own testicles with a rusty breadknife to avoid having to watch that
> movie.

Excuse me?? i think my uncle James did an excellent job producing this movie. if i hear any more negative comments like that your going to have to deal with me and my lawyer. bite me ya fuckin moron.:d

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greg
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Mila Kunis

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Eric
Re: The Perfect Waste of Time   Thursday, August 12, 2004 (1:04 p.m.) 

> Excuse me?? i think my uncle James did an excellent job producing this
> movie. if i hear any more negative comments like that your going to have
> to deal with me and my lawyer. bite me ya #####in moron.:d

yeah.. the production values were great. But how many times do we have to see a boat fighting big wave after big wave after big wave after big wave?
Repetitive


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greg
Re: The Perfect Waste of Time   Saturday, August 14, 2004 (2:10 a.m.) 

> yeah.. the production values were great. But how many times do we have to
> see a boat fighting big wave after big wave after big wave after big wave?
>
Repetitive

Hello, thats what happened on that boat. They were trying to show you that the captian had determination and was willing to sacrifice everything to get home. Some captians are like that. I know a few myself.

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Luis L.
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James Bradley
Re: The Perfect Waste of Time   Thursday, March 7, 2002 (7:17 a.m.) 

> No I'm not talking about the score, James Horner has given us yet another
> beautifully driven theme, however, it is such a shame that it happens to
> be the soundtrack to one of the most dismal, pretentious, revolting piece
> of crap of a film. If it wasn't for Horner's music I would have gladly cut
> off my own testicles with a rusty breadknife to avoid having to watch that
> movie.

This film was great! I don't know how anyone could dislike it. However, I do agree that Horner's music was magnificent.

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