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Comments about the soundtrack for The Terminal (John Williams)

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• Posted by: FREAK
• Date: Saturday, July 3, 2004, at 9:15 a.m.
• IP Address: catv-d5debe34.catv.broadband.hu
• In Response to: Re: Rip Off? (Ken Applegate)

Zimmer is a jerk ... Well, this is disrespectful (I start to feel being your mommy). He is still the guy who did rain man, lion king, crimson tide, prince of egypt, thin red line, black hawk down, as good as it gets, hannibal etc. and I am not telling this because I am his lawyer or anything just because you should think about it twice before telling that he's a self-tucker. (and in this case 't' is not an 'f' but an 's')

"And then there’s Zimmer. I mean, he doesn’t even know how to read music."

Pal so you are saying you cant be a good driver if you dont know how your car's motor works ...
I am a composer myself, and I cant read music either, it's not an advantage and it's not a disadvantage, it's just a fact.

still your pal

Freak




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