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  1. Yeah I do think they couldn't figure out where to go with her so they went for a shock death
  2. Yes the Richard episode is probably the highlight of Season 6 for me. As for straight forward. Well you'll see.
  3. There's one really good episode coming up, I think you'll know which one it is, and then a couple episodes after that there's more Lindleof/Cuse shenanigans that start and run through the finale
  4. And here are some final statistics: Composer Appearances: Film Scores by Decade:
  5. Thank you to everyone who submitted a list. I couldn't put this together without all of your contributions. Here's hoping that 2023 will see a much bigger contribution from the community, because this is something I think can evolve in film placements as we get more people chiming in
  6. 2. Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back (1980) Original Music by John Williams 951 Points Top 10 Placements: 1 Top 5 Placements: 4 #1 Rankings: 1 Prior Placements: 2015- #5 2017- #3 2019- #4 “Empire will require 107 minutes of underscore,” Williams continues in Rinzler’s book. “You could say it’s the equivalent of several Lisztian tone poems." “Darth Vader, I think, is one of his [George’s] great creations,” Williams says in the 2010 Blu-ray featurette
  7. 3. The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly (1966) Original Music by Ennio Morricone 936 Points Top 10 Placements: 1 Top 5 Placements: 3 #1 Rankings: 1 Prior Placements: 2015- #3 2017- #2 2019- #3 "I thought that I might come close to this effect by overlaying two hoarse male voices, one singing "A" the other singing "E" somewhere in between sforzato and falsetto. I went to the recording room, talked about it with the singers, we recorded the voices and added a light reverb and the
  8. 4. Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) Original Music by John Williams 910 Points Top 5 Placements: 1 #1 Rankings: 1 Prior Placements: 2015- #4 2017- #4 2019- #5 "My first task on Raiders Of The Lost Ark was to create a recognizable theme for the Indiana Jones character. Every time Harrison jumps on the horse or does something heroic, I wanted to pay reference to this theme. I remember playing Steven a couple of options on the piano. He loved them and simply said, "Why don't yo
  9. 5. The Godfather (1972) Original Music by Nino Rota 869 Points Top 10 Placements: 3 Top 5 Placements: 1 Prior Placements: 2015- #12 2017- #12 2019- #11 "The reason The Godfather is close to being the perfect American film is the fine score by Nino Rota. Instead of being the usual lush string tour de force for which he is noted, The Godfather's music is meaningful and involving. The poignancy is set early by coronet and cello solos which depict the isolation and insu
  10. 6. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001) Original Music by Howard Shore 861 Points Top 10 Placements: 1 Top 5 Placements: 1 #1 Rankings: 1 Prior Placements: 2015- #2 2017- #5 2019- #1 “The world that I write in is very 19th-century and very green. I live in a forest so the connection to nature is very important to me. “And I think that was also the connection to Tolkien’s work. I know how important that was to Tolkien and his writing: everything t
  11. 7. Once Upon a Time in the West (1968) Original Music by Ennio Morricone 855 Points Top 10 Placements: 1 Top 5 Placements: 7 Prior Placements: 2015- #21 2017- #13 2019- #19 Ennio goes to the room next door, to the studio, and asks me to follow him, saying, “Come to the piano and explain to me once again what you want for your character, because 1 don’t know what more I can do. I’ve already tried fifteen themes like this one!” Immediately I ask him: “Have you seen Wa
  12. 8. Lawrence of Arabia (1962) Original Music by Maurice Jarre 792 Points Top 5 Placements: 4 #1 Rankings: 1 Prior Placements: 2015- #11 2017- #6 2019- #7 Producer Sam Spiegel initially wanted to create a score with two themes to show the 'Eastern' and British side for the film and intended for Soviet composer Aram Khachaturian to create one half and British composer Benjamin Britten to write the other. "Jarre also gave LAWRENCE a distinctive sound by usi
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