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Comments about the soundtrack for Solo: A Star Wars Story (John Powell/John Williams)

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Re: Did Clemmenson leak semen when writing that fluff?
• Posted by: James K
• Date: Friday, June 15, 2018, at 6:34 p.m.
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> This review is fanboy fanaticism at its worst. Clemmenson gives five stars
> to almost all Star Wars scores just because they are Star Wars. Powell's
> music barely had any impact in the film, which was terrible anyway.
> Clemmenson ignores the obvious and his tastes are terrible. His butt ugly
> scrawny wife is evidence of that. His reviews are worse than Southall and
> that's saying something.

YOUR obvious bias against Star Wars comes through a lot more than his supposedly for, since both here and for the other Disney Star Wars films, he's been pretty critical of the movies themselves. More importantly, appealing to misogyny and personal insults doesn't make your point any stronger. Clemmenson clearly goes into depth on why this soundtrack works; you offer no substantive dissent. Please ignore trash comments like this. If you like Williams's and Powell's style (and really you should smile ), you will absolutely love this soundtrack. IMO the film itself is pretty good and underrated too.




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