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Comments about the soundtrack for Star Wars: Attack of the Clones (John Williams)

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Re: Music as written for the film vs. Music as heard in the
• Posted by: clone 5   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Monday, May 27, 2002, at 8:51 p.m.
• IP Address: 1cust134.tnt17.lax3.da.uu.net
• In Response to: Re: Music as written for the film vs. Music as... (Došan Bilge)

also, i thought the film was poor. but everyone
but yeah, the
> soundtrack in the film wasn't as
david.

> I also think the movie was too poor. It was the worst Star Wars for me. It
> had no good war sequence, just lasers flying around and explosions over
> and over and it had no good script. The story was ok but the dialogue was
> so much foolish, I've gone mad while watching.
Isn't that what all the starwars movies are, lasers flying around explosions over and over. HELLO!!! Where have you been, that is what starwars is all about. Like Always, THE MOVIE KICKS ASS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!And since when did the script ever have to be so serious. It never was, the lines are just as corny as they use to be. Oh, by the way, don't ever bring your negative comments to an AOTC movie in Hollywood at the Chinese Theatre, we out number you hundreds to one. AND WERE STILL GOING ON STRONG!!!!!!!!!!!!




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