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• Posted by Michael Arlidge
• Date: Monday, July 3, 2006, at 3:16 a.m.
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• 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 not looking forward much to new stuff this year,
> but JNH's Lady in the Water could be interesting.

> CK

I saw the trailer for Lady in the Water today, and must say I wasn't impressed with what I saw. I know a trailer is a mere snapshot of a film, but to me it looks like a standard slasher movie. I hope I'm wrong, as Shyamalan is one of my favourite directors. The score, from what I have read, is quite notable (as is the custom when JNH and Shyamalan get together).

I'm also looking forward to the following scores (note, I'm basing these future predictions on Australian release dates. Some of these films may have already been released in Europe and the US):

The Lake House (Rachel Portman)
United 93 (John Powell)
All the King's Men (James Horner)

I must say that this is a dismally small list. I just don't seem to collect as many current soundtracks as I used to. The last one I purchased was X-Men 3, but that was over a month ago. That single purchase is amongst more than two dozen soundtracks I've purchased in the interim.

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