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  1. Nah, that's Amanda Bynes, she ain't in Scrubs. I'd say 20th Century Fox and Dreamworks.
  2. Like Neil, I too got teary eyed when I saw Superman on the big screen last year. Simply a beautiful, emotional experience for me. Anyway, I think Vader's Death is extremely heartbreaking, hearing that normally scary, ominous theme done in such a pitiful, sad, weak way, that's very affective.
  3. This is like Ashton Kutcher blasting another actor's performance in a movie, saying it's amateurish.
  4. Oh, don't get me wrong, I loved LW4, I love all four of them, but it was obviously VERY hastily done. Gibson's even said that the script wasn't done when they were shooting it.
  5. That last option is pretty friggin' stupid, but to hell with it, I went for it. I'm sure I'll love both movies. I have faith and hope.
  6. I always thought it was kinda bland, but lately, I've been listening to Jedi a lot and it's pretty damn nice. Great piece of music. Very underused, though, BARELY used in the movie, really.
  7. Screw it, I say YES. I concur completely with with the Lord said, this ain't gonna be a Lethal Weapon 4 kinda thing, they're being careful about this, it seems, which to me speaks volumes. Bring on INDY IV! I can't wait. The trailer, seeing it for the first time, will be a religious experience for me. Here's hoping the score's top notch.
  8. The BEST would be Beethoven's 9th in Die Hard. Simply brilliant. Next up, very close second, is Dies Irae from X2. Very exciting. While this isn't exactly fitting, the use of Star Wars in Ferris Beuller's day off is one of the most hilarious damn moments in film history.
  9. Chase thru Coruscant imediately came to mind....
  10. Big Fish, definitely. In my opinion, the best flick of 2003.
  11. Binary Sunset. Easily. Next up would be Fortress of Solitude, then You Are teh Pan.
  12. Oh, I'm with Neil, I can't recommend this enough. It's not an exact replacement, but damn, it's awesome. Very energetic. The pacing is off many times, and some notes are wrong, but it's just awesome. I had tears in my eyes the first time I heard it all.
  13. Nah. Not really. I mean...they have a somewhat similar tone, in that every World War II show/movie has the same kinda tone, even Medal of Honor, musically, but yeah...don't really think they're that close to each other.
  14. Like Superman the Movie's opening credits?
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