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|Re: JNH's Lady in the Water gets five stars!|
| Posted by: Beavoid |
Date: Tuesday, July 18, 2006, at 7:16 a.m.
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In Response to: Re: JNH's Lady in the Water gets five stars! (Indy2003)
> "...given the quality of the scores that have been released so far
> this year, it's not difficult to fathom that Lady in the Water is
> the best score of the year (so far, at least)."
> 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. 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.
> Back at ya later
MI:III? V For Vendetta? The Omen? Are you kidding?
But...come on...the Omen? Honestly?
Everything about that movie (including the useless score) was filth.
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