A question to ponder while reading Amazon.com

How many relatives with internet connections does National Treasure composer Trevor Rabin have, anyways?

"Ann" calls it "The GREATEST Soundtrack of All Time".
"Ebony Rose" describes it as "Musical Genius!".
"A True Adventure Score!" is how "Media Lover" phrases it.
"A Kids Review" agrees, calling it "A great action-packed score!"
"Sharon Preiss" believes the soundtrack to be "One of the modern classical greats"

And those were just the first 5 "5/5" reviewers. In fact, 4/5 is the lowest rating it receives. It wasn't a bad soundtrack, I'm not saying that. But it wasn't Basil Poledouris's Hunt for Red October soundtrack, or Vangelis' work on Chariots of Fire.