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This is a rude and extremely offensive anti-Zimmer FILMTRACKS review!!

Andy F
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Steven Sommerset
C. Hook
John
greg
This is a rude and extremely offensive anti-Zimmer FILMTRACKS review!!   Sunday, November 13, 2005 (5:57 p.m.) 

from the FILMTRACKS review:

"...the now dreaded credit of "Music Produced by Hans Zimmer" suddenly appeared next to Julian Nott on the film's posters. Bring in the elephants, concubines, rhinos, captured slaves, praetorians, eunuchs, and the hoards of worshippers!"

Clemmensen, you have hit a new low in your attempt to discredit Hans Zimmer for all of his incredible work! Please remove that line from the review!



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Steven Sommerset
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Re: This is a rude and extremely offensive anti-Zimmer FILMTRACKS review!!   Sunday, November 13, 2005 (7:54 p.m.) 

> from the FILMTRACKS review:

> "...the now dreaded credit of "Music Produced by Hans
> Zimmer" suddenly appeared next to Julian Nott on the film's posters.
> Bring in the elephants, concubines, rhinos, captured slaves, praetorians,
> eunuchs, and the hoards of worshippers!"

> Clemmensen, you have hit a new low in your attempt to discredit Hans
> Zimmer for all of his incredible work! Please remove that line from the
> review!

You give an opinion on how "incredible" Hans Zimmers music is and expect the webmaster of this site to change it. You are more than welcome to create your own website and praise Hans all you want, however when you discredit someones opinion with one of your own just makes you a hypocrite. Just because Clemmensen is given free copies of CDs doesn't mean he has to give them all positive reviews. I like Eric Serra a lot and He bashes him BAD every time. I don't own stock in Eric Serra Inc. so what do I care? You apparently are loosing sleep over this review.

I enjoy some of Zimmers music, but I don't like his business tactics. 15 people writing music for a movie and Zimmer getting credit for it is not right. If it wasn't for Jerry Bruckheimer, Trevor Rabin [who?] would be out of a job. In MY OPINION media ventures composers never really stand good by themselves. Yes Yes, Harry Gregson Williams is doing well and John Powell does good stuff, but the others (Nick Glennie Smith, Trevor Rabin, Steve Jabolinsky, Marc Mancina, heck even Klaus Baldet) are slowly fading. I enjoy Zimmers stuff and it does look like Clemmensen attacks him regularly. It's his website and his right to do so.

its late and im not spell checking.


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Steven Sommerset
Re: This is a rude and extremely offensive anti-Zimmer FILMTRACKS review!!   Tuesday, November 15, 2005 (12:06 a.m.) 

> You give an opinion on how "incredible" Hans Zimmers music is
> and expect the webmaster of this site to change it. You are more than
> welcome to create your own website and praise Hans all you want, however
> when you discredit someones opinion with one of your own just makes you a
> hypocrite. Just because Clemmensen is given free copies of CDs doesn't
> mean he has to give them all positive reviews. I like Eric Serra a lot and
> He bashes him BAD every time. I don't own stock in Eric Serra Inc. so what
> do I care? You apparently are loosing sleep over this review.

> I enjoy some of Zimmers music, but I don't like his business tactics. 15
> people writing music for a movie and Zimmer getting credit for it is not
> right. If it wasn't for Jerry Bruckheimer, Trevor Rabin [who?] would be
> out of a job. In MY OPINION media ventures composers never really stand
> good by themselves. Yes Yes, Harry Gregson Williams is doing well and John
> Powell does good stuff, but the others (Nick Glennie Smith, Trevor Rabin,
> Steve Jabolinsky, Marc Mancina, heck even Klaus Baldet) are slowly fading.
> I enjoy Zimmers stuff and it does look like Clemmensen attacks him
> regularly. It's his website and his right to do so.

> its late and im not spell checking.

I agree with this comment. As much as I love Hans Zimmer's music (I own a bunch of his original work), it gets to me that he hasn't really been composing music of his own lately. He gave up Kingdom of Heaven to score Madagascar. We get like ten minutes of music on the album and how many of the score cues were written by him? Sigh, that's the way he's chosen to work. So be it.

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Andy F
Yes, I find it offensive that Clemmensen points out the obvious.   Sunday, November 13, 2005 (10:25 p.m.) 

> Clemmensen, you have hit a new low in your attempt to discredit Hans
> Zimmer for all of his incredible work! Please remove that line from the
> review!

He is discrediting him how? Zimmer is employing the latest in marketing tools (the first being Badelt ) by putting his name everywhere, like it means something. You know, commenting on that won't make the Hans sell less keyboards.

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Andy F
Re: This is a rude and extremely offensive anti-Zimmer FILMTRACKS review!!   Monday, November 14, 2005 (8:09 a.m.) 

> "...the now dreaded credit of "Music Produced by Hans
> Zimmer" suddenly appeared next to Julian Nott on the film's posters.
> Bring in the elephants, concubines, rhinos, captured slaves, praetorians,
> eunuchs, and the hoards of worshippers!"

I thought that was the funniest thing I've ever read in any Filmtracks review. Very entertaining, and actually quite accurate of Zimmer's associates.

If you want something that really is offensive, try this,

http://www.filmtracks.com/comments/titles/anastasia/index.cgi?read=21



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Andy F
Way to welcome Clemmenson back...   Tuesday, November 15, 2005 (3:04 p.m.) 

> from the FILMTRACKS review:

> "...the now dreaded credit of "Music Produced by Hans
> Zimmer" suddenly appeared next to Julian Nott on the film's posters.
> Bring in the elephants, concubines, rhinos, captured slaves, praetorians,
> eunuchs, and the hoards of worshippers!"

> Clemmensen, you have hit a new low in your attempt to discredit Hans
> Zimmer for all of his incredible work! Please remove that line from the
> review!

I'm sure Clem is thrilled to back after reading this, the first comment on the first new review in almost 5 months.

It's almost like he was never away

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