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It's just like attacking Thomas Harris...
• Posted by: Ozzy_Lennon
• Date: Saturday, November 23, 2002, at 2:54 p.m.
• IP Address: w3cache.pl-net.pl

Why do all the people who don't like Harry Potter complain about him on a page about FILM MUSIC not books or their heros. Noone on this site says: "Go and read Harry Potter!" or something like that. They say here "Go and buy a CD with great music!" or "Don't waist your time listening to it!" This page IS NOT about Harry Potter. It's about MUSIC. If you want to complain about Harry Potter write to J.K. Rowling or visit harrypotter.com (or somewhere) and say something about him there. Why doesn't anybody attack Thomas Harris or Hannibal Lecter on Danny Elfman's soundtrack site??? Because it is not the subject here whether Hannibal or Harry are good or bad. The subject is is the music good or bad? Why can't people understand that???




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