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If Film Score Composers were NFL Quarterbacks
Posted By: Vikram Lakhanpal 12/26/2017 - 9:00 PM
Back in October, in the midst of Carter Burwell’s trifecta of new scores, I started discussing with a few of my friends if he was a top-tier composer. A couple weeks later, on the heels of Justice League’s release, someone on a message board posed the question of whether Danny Elfman was a “merely great” composer or a “F***ING LEGEND.”
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