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Comments about the soundtrack for The Nightmare Before Christmas (Danny Elfman)

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Re: are you kidding?
• Posted by: Yahzee Skywalker   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, July 6, 2004, at 2:19 p.m.
• IP Address: 166.114.95.232
• In Response to: The Anti-Christ is the star of this film and m... (Tricia)

> This movie is good in a wierd sort of way, but it does have the
> fingerprints of Satan all over it. It reflects what the creepy crawly
> thing do after Halloween is over. After Jack, a skeleton who lives in this
> god-forsaken village, dicovers a new holiday called "Christmas",
> everything is turned upside down.

> This movie gets "creepy" down to a tee. From the jack-o-lanterns
> on every corner to the guillotine in the town square, it is one of those
> movies that never gets old.

there´s no satan in the movie, are you a fanatic christian or what?
the movie is great, and the music too
Tim Burton and Danny Elfman rocks!




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