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

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response to MSM
• Posted by: Michael Walton
• Date: Tuesday, May 28, 2002, at 9:50 p.m.
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Hi again. I think there are some points that I did not bring across clearly enough in my last comment and I like to clear these up.
First of all, MSM, you said it sounded like I was frustraited about all the negative things people had to say about AOTC. Well,to a certain point,I was. But,I was referring to those who rated it as being idiotic like Poke'mon for example. By the way, there were some points I thought could have been better, but to me they were good enough, just that they had some room for improving. The music for example. Nither did I like the editing of it, but I wouldn't nessisarily call it butchering. I belive Williams music can stand any test or tourment that it gose through, thats just how good Williams music is. Why Lucas took out the electric guitar, I don't know. That was a stroke of genius. Another thing, MSM, I do like the new humor. When I said the old humor is back , I DID mean C-3p0's head being switched with that of a battle droid and yelling out lines like,"Die Jedi Die, Oh my, what am I saying." And the scene where R2 is dragging 3Po's head to his body 3PO'S says "This such a drag" Thats what I meant by "the old humor is back!" Jar Jar was annoying to me in TPM. This time around I acually gained a bit of respect for the guy, but a lot of his humor was just kinda stupid ya know. Yes, I agree, you should have the right to critiqe the movie, but the review should'nt be all bad. There were a lot of good things with AOTC, a lot more the TPM, and I thought a good bit of itwas top notch, but thats just my opinion. So, MSM, I am not a fan writing in a subtle distinction or variation or sensability to express delicate shadings or as you put it "Nuanced." I simply want to add to the list of reviews that bring about positive thing about the movie. Besides, Trent agrees with me. Read his review. I think you'll find some interesting points in it.

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