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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: Colorado   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Monday, December 23, 2019, at 6:14 p.m.
• IP Address: dsl-208-102-84-73.fuse.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.

WOW.....what a distasteful comment.....I see no reason to insult him and his family....look buddy...if you don't like his reviews don't read them....go to some other site you like better or write your own on your own website....Clemmenson always writes an extremely well thought out review on everything and I greatly appreciate his opinions although I don't always agree. But I would never stoop to your gutter approach to reflect on someone else's thoughts.




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