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|Actually I totally agree|
| Posted by Smalltown_Poets |
Date: Thursday, July 6, 2006, at 8:34 p.m.
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In Response to: Actually I think it could have been done better in many spots. (Yavar Moradi)
> The fellow did all right, though.
I was just making the point that this is the best received "Ottman" score in years... but I think most would agree the parts that were the most effective were Williams quotes. I wonder if Singer had pulled a "Batman Begins" and started from scratch (including music) if anyone would even be really discussing the Superman score right now. Who knows, there's no way to know, but considering Ottman's last "huge new franchise" score, it's not as if anyone is ever going to be clamoring for a complete Fantastic Four release. Or clamoring about anything about that film, anyway.
Can you imagine Fantastic Four by Don Davis? Shirley Walker? John Scott? Joel McNeely (if he got some of that Shadows of the Empire inspiration)? Our man Cliff? Wow.
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