Posted by: nightscape94 Date: Sunday, January 8, 2006, at 2:52 p.m. IP Address: pcp04156959pcs.walngs01.pa.comcast.net
As of this post, 1,446 people selected the one star option for John Williams' "Schindler's List". Chances are, if there was a zero star choice, there would be folks who would select it. What this means, since it is the lowest possible rating available, is that the score has absolutely no redeemable qualities. This means the score is horrible, atrocious, abominable...and many other adjectives that indicate that this score is somehow on par with someone making an album out of chainsaw noises.
This would mean, to me, that those people either have no love in their hearts for film scores (or music in general, for that matter) or don't have the slightest comprehension as to what a one star rating signifies...
The problem, I feel, is that when someone doesn't like something, they automatically label it poorly, without thinking first.
P.S. please forgive any grammatical or spelling errors, as I typed this very fast because I was fairly heated about this matter.