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• Posted by: Christian Clemmensen   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Saturday, April 30, 2005, at 9:29 p.m.
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• In Response to: Please avoid personal attacks or belittling (Montana Score Fan)

> Perhaps, in the end, you should address this question: Does Filmtracks
> review film scores anymore? Or does it review film score albums? I think
> you have already answered that question based on this review, which I
> still contend ? because the film is yet to be released ? was written
> before any person can accurately gauge the quality of the score.

You'll have to pardon my irritation with you in particular, but part of the reason I lost my patience with you was because your statements like the one above show absolutely no understanding of how this --or the other score sites-- operate.

If you'd do your research, you would learn that I have no problem with criticism... It's been coming in for nine years. Also, you'd learn that Filmtracks, as well as all other score sites, reviews soundtrack albums as they are heard on the album. It's simply not time efficient or economically possible for us to wait to view every film before reviewing the score.

That, combined with your rudeness and the fact that I have worked at UM at various times over the past ten years and would like to expect better from its students (despite the general level of drunkeness) causes me to classify you as a either a dickhead or an ignoramus. I suggest you learn a little more about this site before qualifying one of its longest reviews using unapplicable criteria.

When I say "write your own review," I'm not implying that mine would be better. It's not a challenge. I publish many high quality donated reviews, most of which are better than mine. The problem is that most of the malcontents, such as yourself, enjoy bitching about general things without being the type of souls who would actually attempt a review themselves...


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