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David Lounsberry
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HUH?!   Monday, November 10, 2008 (12:38 a.m.) 

This is in the review:

"Schindler's List would ultimately overshadow the previous score with such an enormous memorable punch that Jurassic Park has come dangerously close to being classified as a "forgotten" or "underrated" score a dozen years later."

Where did the author of the review get that info!? I don't think anyone has forgotten Jurrasic Park for a second! I think Christian thought that himself and decided that his consensus was enough...!


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please look again   Monday, May 31, 2010 (4:29 p.m.) 

> This is in the review:

> "Schindler's List would ultimately overshadow the previous score with
> such an enormous memorable punch that Jurassic Park has come dangerously
> close to being classified as a "forgotten" or
> "underrated" score a dozen years later."

> Where did the author of the review get that info!? I don't think anyone
> has forgotten Jurrasic Park for a second! I think Christian thought that
> himself and decided that his consensus was enough...!

he said dangerously close...he didn't say anyone forgotton it. Please understand the context before you criticize it/


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Re: please look again   Tuesday, June 9, 2015 (11:01 a.m.) 

> he said dangerously close...he didn't say anyone forgotton it. Please
> understand the context before you criticize it/

Even so, he overestimates how large a shadow Schindler's List cast over Jurassic Park. I'd argue they're equally recognized by society at large.


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Re: please look again   Wednesday, June 10, 2015 (10:02 a.m.) 

> Even so, he overestimates how large a shadow Schindler's List cast over
> Jurassic Park. I'd argue they're equally recognized by society at large.

Ahh, of course it'd be you to dig up my ancient (and largely naive) posts here! wink

In my defence, I will say that come awards season of 1993, nobody was thinking of Jurassic Park. And I think that's what CC was referring to in his review. Naturally, JP is a staple of the blockbuster industry. I don't think anyone could argue otherwise.


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