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• Posted by Smalltown_Poets
• Date: Thursday, July 6, 2006, at 9:58 p.m.
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• In Response to: Actually the new material doesn't bug me so much, but how he uses William's... (Yavar Moradi)

> Sometimes in the score the way he uses Williams' music is really...lame.

I don't know... I just couldn't help smiling when I heard it on theater speakers.

> I actually thought Ottman's new themes were fine (though obviously not as
> good as Williams').

Obviously. I mean, it's as impressed as I've been with original Ottman music in a film. But that's really not saying that much. The only reason I'd consider getting it is for the original Williams material. But as I don't have a release of the original Williams score, I think I should look for that instead, anyway.

I'm not aiming to keep doing overly negative posts tonight... but no one's replied to my John Powell Phoenix theme love-fest post. Oh, well.

I actually went and saw X-Men Last Stand again tonight (this was the last day it's showing here) just to hear the score in film again in the theater.


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