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Comments about the soundtrack for Finding Nemo (Thomas Newman)

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Re: This is the worst score I think I've ever heard!
• Posted by: Hannah   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Monday, December 22, 2003, at 7:53 p.m.
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• In Response to: This is the worst score I think I've ever hear... (Haldir)

> Just like the film, it is soooo overrated. Thomas Newman rarely writes
> decent scores but this one for Finding Nemo has to be the worst of his
> career. He should stick to Frank Darabont films in future. Yuk!

Seriously, I agree with the last reviewer, dude, get a life! if you think that was overrated you can go watch that movie and and tell us exactly why?! Thomas put SO much effort into that movie, it took years....year of reasearch....did you copy? YEARS of diving to make everything perfectly accurate, and for the most part it is! not only can kids learn from it, but it's fun, and it's very very very well done. A comment like yours only belongs on a 1000 word review stating why, you give no bloody reason because you have none!> dude, you need to find a life because Nemo is wonderful and the director took a whole lot of effort into that movie! divers went down, shots were taken, reasearch was done, on endless hours for years! The "prime minister" in the dentists' offic is actually a cartoon of Australia's prime minister and if you have any other complaints i think you can just go suck because i found the last mistake for ya.....FISH DON'T TALK!

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