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Comments about the soundtrack for Van Helsing (Alan Silvestri)

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i have a different theory, moron
• Posted by: greg   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, May 30, 2004, at 9:34 a.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Um, guys, this score blows chunks (Bodhizefa)

> Alan Silvestri was a HACK for this film. If you like this score, you're
> just another in a long line of idiot mass-marketing contemporary pop score
> lovers. This score was bad on ALL accounts. Everyone I know said the same
> thing. Sorry, but if you liked this score, methinks you should just blow
> out your eardrums now. It'd save me and countless others a lot of time
> typing why you're an idiot next time.


Perhaps he just another in a long line of people with a different opinion from you. And with 6+ billion people on the planet, you better get used to that, because you aren't better than a single one of them. Besides, you "review" wasn't very specific and provided no evidence that actually saw the movie, listened to the score, or possess any form of critical knowhow. Indeed, this planet is loaded with idiots, but while many of them probably like this score, many of them agree 100% with you.

Instead of this half-assed ranting you provide, go the store and buy some of those toaster strudles, you know where you get the frosting packets. I recommend the cream cheese danish, or cream cheese/raspberry. I think you will find it more fulfilling than talking about the Van Helsing score. You can thank me later

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