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• Posted by Michael Arlidge
• Date: Sunday, July 16, 2006, at 3:35 p.m.
• IP Address: d211-31-251-3.dsl.nsw.optusnet.com.au
• In Response to: Re: JNH's Lady in the Water gets five stars! (Indy2003)


> Aw, c'mon now... it hasn't been all that bad. Maybe I'm just too
> forgiving, but I've admired and enjoyed quite a few scores released this
> year. "Nanny McPhee", "Firewall", "M:I:III",
> "Superman Returns", "X-Men: The Last Stand", "The
> Da Vinci Code", "V for Vendetta", "The Promise",
> "The Omen"... I'd say we're ticking along pretty well, for being
> at the halfway point.

Maybe I was a bit harsh in my assessment of the scores that have been released so far. As for the scores you mention, the only ones I enjoyed are Nanny McPhee (saw the film last year, but didn't realise the soundtrack wasn't released until January '06), X-Men: The Last Stand and The Da Vinci Code. I know I'm far too difficult to please, LOL, but some of the others just didn't impress me (particularly Superman Returns, which doesn't do anything for me outside the use of Williams' original themes).

> And we still haven't gotten to some of the heavy
> hitters for this year, like Elfman and Horner... When it's all said and
> done, I suspect 2006 will have been a pretty solid year for film music.
> Can't wait to hear "Lady in the Water", and I hear "Monster
> House" is pretty good, too.

It is the nature of Hollywood that the more high profile films are released in the latter half of the year (the Oscars have something to do with it, I'm told ), and the soundtracks are the same deal, given that most of them are attached to said films. So, yes, there is still hope yet .


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