You know guys, there are other film composers out there than John Williams. Why not take the time you would have spent flaming me and go listen to something with substance. Look through your soundtrack collection. Do you have mostly "songtrack" albums (the marketing geniuses realized that you don't actually have to have music that was IN the movie on the soundtrack! What a wonderful idea! Let's fill a CD with stuff that really has nothing to do with the movie!)? Or do you have mostly "scores"? Real film music fans will have very little Williams and have more Max Steiner, Bernard Hermann, Leonard Bernstein, Elmer Bernstein, Jerry Goldsmith, Alan Silvestri, and even my good old favorite Danny Elfman. Try it. I dare you! Just once, listen to some film music that ISN'T WILLIAMS! Again you make an arrogant statement. Or rather this is an arrogant assumption. Most of us here DO listen to film music that isn't John Williams. Very few of us here are dumb enough to confuse "songtracks" with scores. We know the difference. Your statement about what "real film music fans" will have is insulting. You assume that everyone should share your opinion. I listen to what I like. I listen to scores that grab my ear. I don't care WHO wrote them. I like a lot of John Williams' work and he is my favourite film score composer. This does not mean he is the only composer I listen to or own CDs by. Let me define what your posts in this thread are considered: trolling. Why not take the time you spent trolling here and go listen to some John Williams?