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Comments about the soundtrack for Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (Marco Beltrami)
lighten up Filmtracks. T3 rocked

Jonathon Park
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lighten up Filmtracks. T3 rocked   Saturday, June 28, 2003 (9:08 p.m.) 

Terminator 3 soundtrack was actually pretty good iff you ask me!You guys make out every soundtrack to be horrible when most of the ones you say suck are actually pretty good. I think you guys should lighten up. The

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Re: Don't you people read all the positive reviews at this site?   Saturday, June 28, 2003 (9:50 p.m.) 

> Terminator 3 soundtrack was actually pretty good iff you ask me!You guys
> make out every soundtrack to be horrible when most of the ones you say
> suck are actually pretty good.

Don't you ever read the new reviews on the homepage of Filmtracks? They give **** and ***** ratings to many new scores. They don't rate all blockbuster movie scores as horribe either. They liked X2, Matrix Reloaded, Finding Nemo and Sinbad. The only ones they didn't like this summer were Hulk and T3.

So your comment is uninformed!!!



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Re: Don't you people read all the positive reviews at this site?   Sunday, July 6, 2003 (7:52 p.m.) 

> Don't you ever read the new reviews on the homepage of Filmtracks? They
> give **** and ***** ratings to many new scores. They don't rate all
> blockbuster movie scores as horribe either. They liked X2, Matrix
> Reloaded, Finding Nemo and Sinbad. The only ones they didn't like this
> summer were Hulk and T3.

> So your comment is uninformed!!!

No It is NOT! Everything I have read on this lousy website is bad so dont talk to me about uninformed!



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Re: Don't you people read all the positive reviews at this site?   Sunday, August 15, 2004 (12:11 a.m.) 

> No It is NOT! Everything I have read on this lousy website is bad so dont
> talk to me about uninformed!

Good... A lot of craps get **** or ***** stars at this site - especially new - copy and past score by HZ and his freaks is always very appreciated.. Finding Nemo was really boring a piece of #####... everyone could compose a better score than Thomas Newman!!!

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Re: lighten up Filmtracks. T3 rocked   Monday, June 30, 2003 (7:23 a.m.) 

I agree. I listened to some of the tracks offerred in this website, it actually very good and I think suitable for "terminator" scenes (judging from the 2nd movie). I think the critics were looking for the basic concepts from the previous 2 movies, which I think ridicilous. The only track that stands on both t-1 and t-2 was the original theme, and the rest of them were truthfully sucks, if you payed enough attention to the score.

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