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Re: Williams had been overrated again.
• Posted by: Levente Benedek   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, August 7, 2001, at 10:38 a.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Williams had been overrated again. (MeloManiac)

> Well geeeee - maybe he gets nominated because his music serves the music
> incredibly well in 99% of his scores? Williams is NOT overrated - hes just
> a genius..

Than What about James Newton Howard's WATERWORLD, Goldsmith's THE GOST AND THE DARKNES, Hans Zimmer's BEYOOND RANGOON, THE HOUSE OF SPIRITS, BACKDRAFT, James Horner's ROCKETEER and WILLOW. These musicians had been wroten for these films a very good music, maybe too good for the Academy? And these works serves the music as well as you sad before. Why do you like Williams so much? For STAR WARS, for JAWS or for INDIANA JOENS? I dont care, it is your choice. But like I sad days before, when he makes music for a new film he always makes a good opening. But I have forgotten to say there are some exceptions. JURASIC PARK, THE PATRIOT and STAR WARS. These are very good CD's.
P.S.: There is a great composer a truly great composer whos name is ENNIO MORRICONE. You should learn this name MeloManiac!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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