Newest Major Reviews:.This Month's Most Popular Reviews: Best-Selling Albums:
. 1. Dr. Seuss' The Grinch
2. The Nutcracker/Four Realms
3. Halloween
4. Venom
5. House With a Clock/Walls
. . 1. Solo: A Star Wars Story
2. Batman
3. Jurassic World: Kingdom
4. The Predator
5. Edward Scissorhands
6. Mission: Impossible - Fallout
7. Christopher Robin
8. Apollo 13
9. Ant-Man and the Wasp
10. The Equalizer 2
. . 1. LOTR: Fellowship/Ring (2018)
2. Beauty and the Beast (Legacy)
3. Predator
4. Solo: A Star Wars Story
5. LOTR: The Two Towers (2018)
Filmtracks On Cue

On Cue for February, 2014:

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2/22/14 The Hunt for Red October  (Basil Poledouris) - Updated Review, With Additional Album
Buy it... on the DVD and watch the film if you want to hear Basil Poledouris' intelligent blend of orchestra, synthetics, and choir in the dynamic, crystal-clear sonic environment in which they were intended to be heard.
Avoid it... if you expect much of the majesty of the score to carry over from the film onto the muffled and dry presentations on any of the currently available commercial and bootleg albums, including the official 2013 expansion.

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2/16/14 Days of Thunder  (Hans Zimmer) - Updated Review, With Additional Album
Buy it... if you desire a cross between Hans Zimmer's later bad-ass attitude and electric guitar-dominated style of Drop Zone and the easy-going romantic sensibilities of Green Card.
Avoid it... if the composer's somewhat dated, early hard rock material leaves you as cold as Days of Thunder does for those not interested in moody hunks and ridiculous cars.

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2/4/14 Filmtracks announces its 2013 award nominees and winners
Filmtracks celebrates the best film music of 2013 with its annual nominees and winners in the categories of "Top Film Scores," "Top Composers," and "Top Film Cues." The nominees for "Top Film Scores" in 2013 are:

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