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Monday, November 22, 2010

entertainment industry coach question 628: Should I tell people when I've worked on a movie I think is cheesy?

This question was sent to me after I posted my social media status declaring "I love the cheesy holiday movies on the cable networks like Holiday in Handcuffs with Melissa Joan Heart and Mario Lopez. I'm DVRing all of them"

One of my Facebook friends (Charles Sydnor, an AMAZING composer, with a really cool website) shared one that he'd worked on. He did the music and was proud of it. So the answer, in my opinion, is, yes, if you are proud of the work you did on it. If you did your best focus pulling on a cheesy movie, you didn't write it, but dang was that focus sharp!

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