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Comments about the soundtrack for Windtalkers (James Horner)

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Re: I don't understand
• Posted by: Matt
• Date: Wednesday, May 15, 2002, at 1:23 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: I don't understand (Dan Sartori)

You make some very good points here, and I really can't shoot any of them out of the sky (not that I would to). I suppose we are just on the opposite sides of the fence here; we both like Williams and Horner, but we just like one better than the other, that's all.

It is funny, when you think about it; websites like these would make for fascinating psychological studies. Why in the world do people get so bent out of shape when somebody disagrees with their opinion? I think honest, thought-provoking dialogue is good, but some people here just will not listen to anything they remotely disagree with. As it happens, I DO like Horner's music, some of it very much so, but my opinion is that John Williams is the better composer of the two. That's all. I only felt the need to reply to your original post because of the whole "bias" comment (which I still disagree with). I suppose I got a little carried away, and maybe came off a little arrogant, and if that is the case I apologize.

Oh well. I suppose we could go on and on like this forever. Thanks for the discussion, anyway, right now I'm going to listen to some Braveheart.

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