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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: Došan Bilge   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, May 28, 2002, at 10:26 a.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Music as written for the film vs. Music as... (clone 5)

> also, i thought the film was poor. but everyone
but yeah, the
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

no, episode 1 didn't contain that much foolish dialogue like between anakin and padme and really no other starwars treated Jedi's so sarcastic. I was shocked when I saw 2 jedi's in front of animals in the arena. Those are Jedi's for christ sake, you can't kill them with bunch of animals in an arena, it was sooooooooooooooooooooo much foolish. And the nonsense factory scene, it really reminded me toy story kind of animation movie, everything looked so much cartoon. It was bad. I won't like any scene in that movie except the Yoda fight scene.

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