I've always felt that movie scores should be spread more or less equally across all of the available channels. In my mind, the music is not directional ... it's not coming from anywhere on screen, it's a dissembodied background of sound. It seems that the norm, though, is to mix the score across the front very much like a traditional stereo recording. So, two questions: 1) What are some examples of movies in which the score makes significant use of all of the channels? 2) Does anyone else agree with me on this, or am I smokin' crack?