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Comments about the soundtrack for Windtalkers (James Horner)

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Re: I don't understand
• Posted by: Dan Sartori   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, May 15, 2002, at 8:25 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: I don't understand (Matt)

> 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.

No need to apologize. I wasn't offended. I love these kinds of discussions, they make me think a lot about why I hold certain opinions that I do. I was just giving some reasons for my side. I'm sorry if I came off too strong too, I didn't mean to be rude. Thanks for being so understanding and generally mature about everything; it really makes for interesting discussions. It does seem funny that with all the injustice in our world, there are people out there who seriously get mad over something as trivial as a movie soundtrack! I appreciate you!


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