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No, he does NOT deserve a break. He must have inadequacy issues.
• Posted by: R Saylor
• Date: Thursday, May 27, 2004, at 9:03 a.m.
• IP Address: ip-wv-24-159-117-025.charterwv.net
• In Response to: Give Clemmensen a break (Mark)

> There's a reason we have the comment section of the reviews. "Do you
> have an opinion about the score? Was the review wrong?" I'm a big fan
> of Williams and of Harry Potter, and I think this is one of his best
> scores; certainly the best in the Harry Potter series. I agree that
> Clemmensen's review was terrible, but if he wants to make a fool of
> himself by claiming "'Window to the Past' is the primary musical idea
> in Prisoner of Azkaban," that's fine. He doesn't need our help. So
> the guy makes some bad reviews, big deal. It's not gonna change the
> quality of the music he reviews.

The reviewer tries to disgrace John Williams' music when we all know that Williams will eventually die and we won't be able to hear any more new music from him.

Clemmenson is like other people who try to degrade something that's really good and popular. He does it BECAUSE HE HAS A TINY PENIS and is trying to compensate for his SMALL COCK by shouting offensive opinions loudly to annoy others.




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