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Re: A Message for "Adam P", "Nobody" and other maniacal Zimmer fanatics
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• Posted by: Amuro
• Date: Monday, June 9, 2003, at 4:47 p.m.
• IP Address: 12-222-158-77.client.insightbb.com
• In Response to: Re: A Message for "Adam P", "Nobody" and other... (ugly joe)

A Beautiful Mind????????????????? Are we talking about the same music? Do
we live in the same world? You mean to say that this is a good score? Now,
after having said that, do you still mean us to take your judgement
seriously????
Attack of the Clones??????????????? That piece of
crap?????????????? That is your idea of a good score? I can see you are
not that demanding at all. If that is a good score to you, then nothing
else coming from ya mouth will surprise me any more!
Zimmer has
delivered quite good music in the last few years. That you do not agree
with that we all know. The question is: who cares about that, man?

ugly joe
Hey, from which circus have you escaped from, dude? You
are the most unintentionally funny and laughable dude I've come across in
many years. You are indeed a serious rival for the Korg. Anyway, although
I do not doubt that you must be another great master of GOOD MUSIC, I
would never betray The Korg. You know, I've just being studying with The
Korg for a few weeks, and I've learned quite much about film music. When I
pass this LEVEL, maybe I'll ask for your advice. I hope that, in a few > years time, these pagan and illiterate ears of mine will be able to
appreciate The Attack of the Clones (how did you call that... the greatest
suite of all time or something like that????? ), A Beautiful Mind and
Catch Me If You Can. In the meantime, (sigh), I'll go on listening and
enjoying that music intended for the mob. Tears of the Sun, for example.

A final question, My Second, Upcoming Great Maestro: what does this
mean?: "you will realize how stupid your being your way worse than
"The Kong". I'm sorry, my English is not that good, and I can't
understand what you want to convey, which must be really interesting,
undoubtedly. (Catch my irony, dude?)
To sum up, I don't give a
damn about what you think or say, but, I must admit that, it's very funny
anyway!
ugly joe

Now THIS is hilarious, you should try being a comedian!

"A Beautiful Mind" is indeed a spectacular score, your just being too biased to enjoy something of this calibur. But I'm sorry I'm sure your far too manly to listen to something that doesn't have powerful percussion, a driving brass theme and someguy singing in a way that makes me want to shoot myself. No one should ever listen to it because its incredible piano rythmes aren't powerful enough to accompanie Bruce Willis, I'm sorry your right it does suck! (sarcasm)

"Attack of the Clones" is also a very powerful score. The love theme is a great piece, I apologize for going against the opinion of a score guru such as yourself, oh great Ugly Joe! But, I love this score, it is just the sort of music which can accompany a movie as silly and obsurd as episode II! It would have been even better if the acting would have been a little good, but no one in that film could act save Christoper Lee and Samuel L. But never the less the score is excellent and the love theme is great. Yes it is (in my opinion) the GREATEST CONCERT SUITE EVER WRITTEN FOR FILM!

Your use of words such as "crap" and "man" make you so reliable a source I think I should ask you before I buy any score at all, I'm getting one tomorrow I was thinking about "Glory" but apparently you wouldn't say its good because it doesn't have a powerful brass theme so what would you suggest? (sarcasm again)

The "Korg"? isn't it The "Kong"?

In conclusion you are being stupid and from what i've read here you are worse than the kong. And I do listen to some Zimmer scores, Nine Months and Gladiator are my favorites but Spirit isn't bad too.

And your calling me a hypocrite: That is the funniest thing i've heard in about a month!

A Beautiful Mind????????????????? Are we talking about the same music? Do
we live in the same world? You mean to say that this is a good score? Now,
after having said that, do you still mean us to take your judgement
seriously????
Attack of the Clones??????????????? That piece of
crap?????????????? That is your idea of a good score? I can see you are
not that demanding at all. If that is a good score to you, then nothing
else coming from ya mouth will surprise me any more!

That is what I (and many many others) would call a "hypocricy"




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