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• Posted by Tom
• Date: Monday, July 3, 2006, at 11:38 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 don't know why but I love yelling out your name.

Ummm, I would suppose it would have to be "The Da Vinci Code". The last 2 tracks are exceptional. As far as X-Men 3 goes, if it weren't for the Dark Phoenix tracks, it would be an unexceptional score, IMHO of course. I haven't bought MI:3 yet for the fact that nothing I heard during the course of the film compelled me to go out and buy it.

But Superman Returns sounded fantastic as heard in the film, so I may go and grab a copy of that one. Ottman did a surprisingly good job of melding Williams original work and added much to an already very well made movie.


NP: Not a damn thing! I'm sitting here at work, twiddling my thumbs. Slow, SLOW day every company that had any sense took the day off today to make it a 4 day weekend. Grrrr.

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