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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: Harry P   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, February 17, 2013, at 7:11 p.m.
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• In Response to: Bloated, pointless review (Ryan Davis)

> Clemmensen is no longer relevant. He needs to let someone else have the
> domain so they can do something useful with it, not just
> ramble on for thousands and thousand of words of pointless self-indulgence
> in these so-called "Reviews".

> However: I would like to mount Clemmensen's wife - at least he did
> something right.

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.

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