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Re: Oscar? Maybe who knows.
• Posted by: Hmmmmmm
• Date: Tuesday, December 23, 2003, at 12:38 a.m.
• IP Address: dig-081.wcta.net
• In Response to: Oscar? Maybe who knows. (Levente Benedek)

I think his high point was around the Gladiator/Pearl Harbor time.

After that he started doing allot of weird scores.

> I think Oscar should find Zimmer this time, but I know it wont. And I know
> that some of you guys may think I'm stupid. Yeah I know, but think. Zimmer
> did some great scores even when he didn't satisfied his fans. I'm still
> hoping Gladiator wasn't nominatied cause the Academy was in Matrix style,
> and liked Crouching Tiger... so much.

> Do you think Gladiator was his high point, and no nomines for a couple of
> years in the future?

> Levente




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