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Re: too repetitive?? How about Williams??
• Posted by: Miz
• Date: Monday, August 16, 2004, at 6:34 a.m.
• IP Address: host81-155-42-178.range81-155.btcentralplus.com
• In Response to: too repetitive?? How about Williams?? (Luc Sabourin)

> I have noticed that when Jerry Goldsmith composed the same kind of scores
> for a few diferent movies, Clemmensen was always blastin him, saying that
> it is repetitive, it has been used before....and more. With John Williams,
> unfortunately he has been doing the same scores, the same sound, the same
> orchestrations FOR THE PAST 30 YEARS and more. Mr. Williams takes no
> chances. Doesn't change the sound, doesn't go for diferent orchestrations.
> But on this site, he passes as a heroe. John Williams is OBVIOUSLY
> Clemmensen's favorite composer, so I find these reviews, of Mr. Williams,
> unfair.
It would be nice in the future that the same criterias would
> be applied for all composers, making them equal.
Thank you

Wow. You're right! Now that I listen closely, Jurassic Park is just like Schindler's List, and Minority Report is just like Hook! Attack of the Clones? Well, it's from the same tree as Harry Potter. Oh, and Catch Me If You Can just reeks of The Phantom Menace.

Go away, you inadequate turd.




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