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Comments about the soundtrack for Edward Scissorhands (Danny Elfman)

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yeh but no but no
• Posted by: George   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, December 13, 2005, at 1:08 p.m.
• IP Address: 88-107-154-94.dynamic.dsl.as9105.com
• In Response to: no no no no NO (JS Park)

the idea of a second movie is fantastic, however, the film is such an authentically produce original, new computer graphics, and cheesey childish antics would spoil the film rotten, a truly wonderful film that cannot be remastered by johnny's 5star rating performance. if you dont understand take the amazing 'terminator 3:rise of the machines' a film with the best plot in the world,spoiled by the 2oth century film directors, with computer graphics that didnt allow the feel for john connor to carry on since terminator 1 and 2.
as you can see i do know my movies, so will leave you with the simple answer of no, there should not and should never be an edward scissorhands 2.




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