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Comments about the soundtrack for Pearl Harbor (Hans Zimmer)

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Re: I disagree with every negative review of music
• Posted by: Gladys   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Thursday, December 20, 2001, at 12:18 p.m.
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• In Response to: I disagree with every negative review of music (Kevin)

This guy is sooooo right. Cmon, what was wrong about the music? Or the film? I watched the movie before I heard the music and I couldn't have thought of a better soundtrack. But almost all I see on the net is negative reviews. Do those guys write anything positive avyway? There would have been differents pieces all the cd and they would have said it was it was nonsense having such discontinued themes. And now, we have a great soundrack with some variations a the same theme and more elaborated tracks like ATTACK and such. And what is their problems with the movie? They say the story in the first hour could have been done in 20 minutes and the movie could have focused on the attack. And if it would have been done this way, they would have said it was too focused on the attack and did not let us time to see who were the caracters. I just think that what people call reviews are no reviews. It just criticism, pure and simple. They just seem to have nothing they like on earth. As for me, this was the last time I ever read a critism about anything cause they don't say anything real. It's as if they were afraid that another reviewer would say the opposite of what they say so they don't wanna look stupid: they just say all the same thing:it's bad.

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