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• Posted by: OPMac
• Date: Tuesday, March 22, 2016, at 8:11 p.m.
• IP Address: 172-110-66-149.dedicated.allstream.net

...will never understand how it is that studio execs and directors actually listen to this ugly noise and still decide to proceed with this as a film score. Do any of these people even check up on the composer's work to make sure it doesn't stink? Tim Miller and Fox should never be allowed to choose composers for films anymore. They suck completely. At least the movie was fun.

Christopher Lennertz for Deadpool and Cable!




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