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Comments about the soundtrack for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (Howard Shore)

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Re: Bloated, pointless review
• Posted by: Matt   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Monday, April 19, 2021, at 5:53 a.m.
• IP Address: 183.sub-174-208-225.myvzw.com
• In Response to: Re: Bloated, pointless review (Harry P)

> Another mention of the wife, fantastic! I'm sure he'll love that remark

> A review cannot be a review unless it is in depth and completely detailed
> to as much extent as the person can write. Some reviews are shorter, yes,
> but that either goes to show how horrible a score is to bother with words,
> or it is so impressive it is worth checking out yourself for the
> experience. The guy over at soundtrack geek, however, is someone you would
> call irrelevant. He bashed on inception, now he's a fanboy. You're not a
> true reviewer if you make a statement, only to change it a few months
> later. Clemmensen at least does not do this, at least I'm sure not very
> often, if at all. I haven't read all his reviews, so I can be proven wrong
> here. But the point of the matter is at least we know he is a mature adult
> male, whereas soundtrack geek, the guy screams out 'mid twenties and an
> amateur'. Have you got nothing better to do with your life? Apparently
> not. It's ok, I don't either, but at least I don't bash people unless I
> state a specific and logical reason for doing so. You just slumped down
> low, especially after your concluding statement. Give up the internet,
> it's not really your thing.

The lack of proper grammar and spelling in these comments is more unnerving then anything else.




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