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Comments about the soundtrack for Sherlock Holmes (Hans Zimmer/Lorne Balfe)
Hans Zimmer is my embodiment of The Lord God

Douglass Callaway
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Mr. Jingle Jangles
Hans Zimmer is my embodiment of The Lord God   Thursday, December 9, 2010 (6:31 p.m.) 

I have a personal relationship with my Savior Jesus Christ and I am thankful that He loves me despite the fact that I am still an unworthy sinner. Hans Zimmer is not a perfect reflection of Jesus Christ, but then who is other than Christ Himself? But when I heard Zimmer's music at the end I was reminded of what Christ did on that cross for me. He died in my place. I should've been nailed there.

Jesus Christ came to what some would describe as a decadent and sinful world. Jesus did his best to show people a better world, one where there could be less evil and more good. Jesus was then crucified. I could make the argument that this was a bad world, a dark world, a world where evil prevailed. But in the face of that evil stood a composer who wanted to cleanse us of the evil that surrounds us. Hans Zimmer is that man, my embodiment of The Lord God.



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pt1992
Lunatics, all of you!   Sunday, December 12, 2010 (8:53 a.m.) 

> I have a personal relationship with my Savior Jesus Christ and I am
> thankful that He loves me despite the fact that I am still an unworthy
> sinner. Hans Zimmer is not a perfect reflection of Jesus Christ, but then
> who is other than Christ Himself? But when I heard Zimmer's music at the
> end I was reminded of what Christ did on that cross for me. He died in my
> place. I should've been nailed there.

> Jesus Christ came to what some would describe as a decadent and sinful
> world. Jesus did his best to show people a better world, one where there
> could be less evil and more good. Jesus was then crucified. I could make
> the argument that this was a bad world, a dark world, a world where evil
> prevailed. But in the face of that evil stood a composer who wanted to
> cleanse us of the evil that surrounds us. Hans Zimmer is that man, my
> embodiment of The Lord God.

What the f*ck is wrong with you Zimmer nutcases? Every single time Filmtracks reviews a big Zimmer score, you lunatics come out of the woodwork and post about how Zimmer is your Lord or how Zimmer makes your cock hard. Why is this? It doesn't happen with any other composer.



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eton.edu)

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Mr. Jingle Jangles
Re: Lunatics, all of you!   Monday, February 13, 2012 (9:12 p.m.) 

> What the f*ck is wrong with you Zimmer nutcases? Every single time
> Filmtracks reviews a big Zimmer score, you lunatics come out of the
> woodwork and post about how Zimmer is your Lord or how Zimmer makes your
> cock hard. Why is this? It doesn't happen with any other composer.

Obvious, obvious trolling.


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