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Comments about the soundtrack for Solo: A Star Wars Story (John Powell/John Williams)

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Re: Did Clemmenson leak semen when writing that fluff?
• Posted by: Shane Spencer   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, July 4, 2018, at 3:15 p.m.
• IP Address: 75-111-246-131.lbbkcmtk04.res.dyn.suddenlink.net
• In Response to: Did Clemmenson leak semen when writing that fl... (Furious Reader)

> This review is fanboy fanaticism at its worst. Clemmenson gives five stars
> to almost all Star Wars scores just because they are Star Wars. Powell's
> music barely had any impact in the film, which was terrible anyway.
> Clemmenson ignores the obvious and his tastes are terrible. His butt ugly
> scrawny wife is evidence of that. His reviews are worse than Southall and
> that's saying something.

Ad hominem much?? anyhow, every word you just said was wrong lol




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