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Iron man 3 and Thor have the best scores. Rest of them are pretty forgettable. 

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I've always enjoyed TIH's score.

 

 

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19 minutes ago, FilmBuff said:

Iron man 3 and Thor have the best scores. Rest of them are pretty forgettable. 

I like Captain America First Avenger most and by a pretty wide margin.

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5 hours ago, Arlborn said:

 

I guess you guys just have wildly different musical tastes from me.

 

Well that's opinions for you, I suppose. I just think TWS's score is absolutely grating first, personally, but more power to you for enjoying it. 

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45 minutes ago, ddddeeee said:

I've always enjoyed TIH's score.

 

 

 

Agreed.  It gives the film an emotional depth that sometimes doesn't quite come across in the theatrically released edit.  It's nice stuff, I think the Bruce/Betty themes are perfect in conveying their melancholy.  I've known Craig Armstrong's work for years, and he did some beautiful stuff with Baz Luhrmann, as well.  I also love Doyle's Thor score.  These are, to me, the two most beautiful and memorable 'scores' of the MCU so far. 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Macleod said:

 

Agreed.  It gives the film an emotional depth that sometimes doesn't quite come across in the theatrically released edit.  It's nice stuff, I think the Bruce/Betty themes are perfect in conveying their melancholy.  I've known Craig Armstrong's work for years, and he did some beautiful stuff with Baz Luhrmann, as well.  I also love Doyle's Thor score.  These are, to me, the two most beautiful and memorable 'scores' of the MCU so far. 

 

 

Armstrong may not be the greatest, but he's certainly the most versatile, something that even creators considered great don't have in the slightest. 

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TIH, Thor and Elfman's contribution for AOU are all very nice.

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What have we learned today kids?

 

People have different musical tastes.

 

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