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Comments about the soundtrack for Saving Private Ryan (John Williams)

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Christian Clemmensen's Review of Saving Private Ryan
• Posted by: Alexander Jones   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, March 25, 2007, at 10:49 a.m.
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"Unfortunately, on CD, this translates into a boring, eventless 50 minutes of orchestral meandering and thematic void"

I would like to respond to this quote and the largely negative review by this idiotic and very ignorant person. I hope that you did not think the score for Saving private Ryan was meant to be heard on CD as that would make you appear very stupid indeed as it is 'to be frank' created to be heard as a supporting element to the visuals in the movie - you daft idiot! You make it sound as if you know what you're talking about but you don't. I propose to you that in order to fairly criticise the soundtrack of Saving Private Ryan that you actually watch the film and experience the music as it was designed to be. After all, it is called a movie score! Christian Clemmensen - what a buffoon! I'd like to hear your (referring to Christian Clemmensen) comments in response to my critisism.

I also propose that you check the rewards that Saving Private Ryan has achieved. Thank you.

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       Alexander Jones - Sunday, March 25, 2007, at 10:49 a.m.

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