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Re: Most overrated score of all time!
• Posted by: Karol   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, March 9, 2005, at 2:48 a.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Most overrated score of all time! (Dave)

> Well, now we know to never respect anything you say again, Karol. There
> are many thing up for discussion on this board, but John Williams' talent
> is not one of them. Anyone who attacks Williams just comes off as sounding
> bitter, like the ugly girl who nobody invites to the dance ("the
> pretty girls who got invited are all dirty whores").

> James Horner is a horrible hack who has not written a good score in a
> decade. He has not written an original score in more than a decade. I
> can't understand how anyone could/would defend Troy, which is the aural
> version of an enema.

I see that you people have got a serious problem with the acception of other people's opinions. If you say Horner hasn't written anything worth listening in the last decade, ok, I'm fine with that, no problem. But again and again, I'm repeating myself all the time in this forum, to me he has written good music and I haven't regreted any of the money I have spent on his scores. I have never attacked Williams, you should read more carefully. To me, Horner is the better composer. Last but not least, I don't care about your respect, it's irrelevant to me. Of course is the talent of John Williams a thing for discussion, because his music is his talent, so if we are talking about his music, we are takling about his talent, right? The talent of every composer is reflected in his music, isn't it?

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