> But I think Tomorrow Never Dies, Stargate, and Independence Day can all
> tie for some of Arnold's best work...but ANY exercise in finding Arnold's
> "best" is kind of a futile endeavor considering most EVERYTHING
> he's written is very high quality.
It should be noted that Last of the Dogmen remains one of the composer's personal favorites. What makes his score for Tab Murphy's beautiful film even more magnificent is the fact that it was written in a completely uninspiring, dreary hotel room.