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• Posted by: Jeff
• Date: Sunday, December 1, 2002, at 9:20 p.m.
• IP Address: p-proxy-4-int0.net.wisc.edu
• In Response to: It's just like attacking Thomas Harris... (Ozzy_Lennon)

Good point. This is a film music website. While some may find it funny to post messages that create a great big stir in people's emotions, there are other's who would rather read messages concerning the MUSIC. Let's try to stick to the subject matter. Take your religous opinions somewhere else.

Some of you people have been making my friends cry!!! Leave them alone!!!

By the way, I really enjoyed the score, but I do wish Williams could have come up with some more new material in this one... I thought the Fawkes Theme bore some pretty close similarities to AotC's Across the Stars Love Theme, but oh well. Hope he can still come up with new brillant themes for his next score. Which is Catch Me If You Can, right? whoooo hoooooo!!! go JW!!!




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