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Re: Hook is at best a 3 star score.
• Posted by: Jennie   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Thursday, September 3, 2009, at 7:05 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Hook is at best a 3 star score. (S.Venkatnarayanan)

> It is one of the worst comment i have ever read in this website. I know
> you man, you are the fan of Hans Zimmer, that's why you are not accepting
> this masterpiece. Come on man, Your Zimmer is nowhere near to the GREAT
> JOHN WILLIAMS. "Hook" is one of the best soundtrack of the
> century. It is not overrated and over hyped.

> If everybody likes John Williams, that is because he just fulfill the
> expectation s of the listeners, unlike Zimmer, he knows very well to
> handle the Orchestration, whether it is synthesiser or classical
> intruments. Everyone in this world knows that Williams is the best
> composer of Film music. At the same time, I do agree that other composers
> also great like Thomas Newman, Jerry Goldsmith, Alan Silvestri, Michael
> Kamen e.t.c. If Zimmer is not acknowledged by Academy Awards committee or
> by people, that means he should improve in composing music for movies
> better than Williams.

> OK, Buddy

I couldn't agree more. That's a stupid comment by the original poster. The characters are wonderful and the themes are lush, exciting, at times mysterious. What more could you want from a score. I'd take this over the incredibly overrated "Jurassic Park" or Revenge Of The Sith" any day.

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