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Brian
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Lightsaber
Quit complaining   Thursday, January 24, 2002 (6:27 a.m.) 

For those of you that don't like this score, you should reconsider listening to soundtracks. I know, you think that john Williams is a great composer and you really like that one with the glowing swords. But you have to understand what makes a good movie score. These songs were not made for listening pleasure. They were made to enhance the action and emotions on the screen. Next time listen to the parts that you hate in a score and then take a look at the corresponding part in the movie. That might change your view on the music. Do you think John Williams wrote this score so YOU can be happy listening to it? No.

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Ash
Re: Quit complaining   Saturday, February 2, 2002 (10:10 p.m.) 

I think you people should quit complaining and listen to the scores like Brian wrote. John Milliams spent time composing the scores for many, many movies.
Ash (who ever you are) listen to the sounds of the differant instruments; it'll make a big differance if you don't.

P.S. I play in my school orchestra . I should know.

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Re: Quit complaining   Tuesday, February 5, 2002 (3:31 p.m.) 

> I think you people should quit complaining and listen to the scores like
> Brian wrote. John Milliams spent time composing the scores for many, many
> movies.
Ash (who ever you are) listen to the sounds of the differant
> instruments; it'll make a big differance if you don't.

> P.S. I play in my school orchestra . I should know.
Yes darling I am a muscian myself, I know that the different instruments are meant to sound like different characters! But taking into account Brian's comments I found that this godawfull score did not EVEN fit into the movie...and I am sure John "Milliams" Williams did not intend for anyone to enjoy it, I mean after all why would he? For scores that work both in the film and on the soundtrack try "Legends of the Fall" "Thirteen Days" and most spectacularily 'The Thin Red line"

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Hey!   Friday, February 15, 2002 (10:37 p.m.) 

Ash (who ever you are) listen to the sounds of the differant
Yes
> darling I am a muscian myself, I know that the different instruments are
> meant to sound like different characters! But taking into account Brian's
> comments I found that this godawfull score did not EVEN fit into the
> movie...and I am sure John "Milliams" Williams did not intend
> for anyone to enjoy it, I mean after all why would he? For scores that
> work both in the film and on the soundtrack try "Legends of the
> Fall" "Thirteen Days" and most spectacularily 'The Thin Red
> line"
Uh hu, sure. Do you think people compose music and meddleys so no one can enjoy it? You know, if you don't like it, get lost! No one forced you to listen, your out numbered though, you seem to be one of the many who take EVERY THING for granted
Ingrate!~

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Re: Hey!   Saturday, February 16, 2002 (9:17 a.m.) 

> Ash (who ever you are) listen to the sounds of the differant
Yes
>
Uh hu, sure. Do you think people compose music and meddleys so no one
> can enjoy it? You know, if you don't like it, get lost! No one forced you
> to listen, your out numbered though, you seem to be one of the many who
> take EVERY THING for granted
Ingrate!~

Of course the music is composed so nobody can enjoy it...
I love it how people think they're supposed to enjoy film music....

if you want a good John Williams score try AI!!

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Re: Hey!   Friday, March 29, 2002 (7:27 a.m.) 

> if you want a good John Williams score try AI!!

AI is NOT a good john williams score. It is a complete rip off of Philip Glass music, and the pop/rock beat in the middle of Moon Rising is absolutely horrendous and that soundtrack did not deserve an oscar nomination.

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