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The music is an entirely different thing from the movie
• Posted by: Taran Gingery   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, August 12, 2003, at 3:48 a.m.
• IP Address: 195.58.240.89
• In Response to: Extremely OFFENSIVE film and music, Potter is ... (Pastor C St. John)

The music is an entirely different thing from the movie or the books. I admit to being a Christian and greatly enjoying the Harry Potter books and movies. I see the danger in them, but I see no reason to condemn them as seriously as you have. Also, any movie has nothing to do with the music in it. I know several movies that I hate but the music I love. The Harry Potter movies I understand could be offensive to people (though not to me), but the music is lovely, exciting and motivating. I am a John Williams fan and will continue to collect his music regardless what movie it is written for.




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