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Comments about the soundtrack for Star Wars: Attack of the Clones (John Williams)
Attack of the Clones: Great movie, great music

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Attack of the Clones: Great movie, great music   Friday, June 24, 2005 (7:59 a.m.) 

I'm convinced I may be the only one in the world who knows what's good. lol

AOTC was a VERY mysterious movie, and deep down all the true Star Wars fans can see the beauty of it. It is Star Wars in every sense of the title, and I thank GL for doing it exactly the way he did.

Williams' music fits the mood perfectly as well. People knock this soundtrack as being 'weak', and that couldn't be farther from the truth. Across the Stars, Anakin and Padme, The Meadow Picnic, Return to Tatooine, The Tusken Camp..... I could go on and on.

Perfect music, great movie.

Us "true" fans know this. Time for the rest of you to catch up and come to your senses. You're missing out.

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Re: Attack of the Clones: Great movie, great music   Saturday, June 25, 2005 (9:48 a.m.) 

I wanted to cry at the end of the movie, but I didn't because I'm a coldhearted so tears never come out of me. I guess it was the music what almost stimulated the weeping, besides the trajic future that one knows is approaching.
It's a funny movie to watch with excellent score. The best love theme I've ever heard.

The actors sucked, but it's an engaging film, though.

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