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• Posted by Brendan Anderson
• Date: Sunday, July 2, 2006, at 10:39 a.m.
• IP Address: ip70-176-213-149.ph.ph.cox.net
• In Response to: Best Score of 2006 so far? (Christian Kühn)


> You've gotta answer this one, since I haven't heard one single score that
> came out this year.

I'm torn between X-Men 3 and Mission: Impossible III. Both have been in non-stop rotation while driving to and from work each day...Superman Returns had a brief stint in my CD player this week, but today it was back to X-Men 3.

On a related note, will you people make up your minds about the DaVinci code?! I still can't tell if people think it's a purchase-able score, or if I shouldn't bother. Some love it, others say it's terribly boring. My own preferences don't even help...I like Hannibal, but I don't like Last Samurai. What's a score-fan to do?

-Brendan


BrendanAnderson.com - this is something a score fan can do...



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