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nyze aziz
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Admiral Hull
  Lord Of Oscars: The Return Of The King   Wednesday, July 26, 2006 (9:07 p.m.) 

hi guys...

getting bz all the time? hah... me too... n hope not anymore after this..... i hate it......... looking for another task......

o ya..... hw bout our oscar?any predictions? coz i think its the best time for us to discuss about this glancely at least we can know which score is powerful because John Williams not participate for this coming season oscar.... pity JW, anyway u have my support maestro!

i dont see any tough score to become top 5 in oscar..... otherwise they want to pick The Constant Gardener to enter the competition again n again until it win...... but not TCG fault......... i've listened Lady In The Water, the result is not qualified, i've listened Superman Returns n POTC2, not qualified.... then who qualified?

i guess, all the 5 scores that will qualified to the oscar are the movies that not shown to public yet like Good German, Good Shepheard, All The Kings Men, Flag of our Fathers, The Assasination of Jesse James, The Last King Of Scotland, Little Children n etc......

just guess... hw bout u guys?

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Mr. E
  Re: Lord Of Oscars: The Return Of The King   Thursday, July 27, 2006 (7:07 a.m.) 

Well, the Eragon movie is coming out in December (it's a good book) and if the composer, whoever that may be, does it right, the score could turn out to be a solid, epic style score along the lines of The Lord of the Rings.
Apperantly there's going to be another adaptation of Charlotte's Web, maybe that'll be good.

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Indy2003
  Re: Lord Of Oscars: The Return Of The King   Thursday, July 27, 2006 (7:48 a.m.) 

> Well, the Eragon movie is coming out in December (it's a good book)
> and if the composer, whoever that may be, does it right, the score could
> turn out to be a solid, epic style score along the lines of The Lord of
> the Rings
.

I thought I heard somewhere that Patrick Doyle might be assigned to this...If so: Huzzah!

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Admiral Hull
  Re: Lord Of Oscars: The Return Of The King   Thursday, July 27, 2006 (5:38 p.m.) 

> I thought I heard somewhere that Patrick Doyle might be assigned to
> this...If so: Huzzah!

Yeah, Doyle's on "Eragon"... and Danny Elfman is on "Charlotte's Web". Personally, I think the guy to watch out for at Oscar time this year is James Horner... he's got a lot of notable films on his slate for late this year.

Back at ya later

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  Re: Lord Of Oscars: The Return Of The King   Friday, July 28, 2006 (8:52 a.m.) 

> Yeah, Doyle's on "Eragon"... and Danny Elfman is on
> "Charlotte's Web". Personally, I think the guy to watch out for
> at Oscar time this year is James Horner... he's got a lot of notable films
> on his slate for late this year.

Like what (curious, not sarcastic)? He's only won one Oscar, right? If so, I'd say that he at least deserves one more.
Perhaps old Howard Shore will cook up something unexpected.

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