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Score and soundtracks - 2015 discussion

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It Follows (Disasterpeace)

Mad Max: Fury Road (Junkie XL)

The Duke of Burgundy (Cat's Eyes)

 

The only ones that stand out for me so far, though I still haven't listened to the Inside Out score on its own.

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Best Scores so Far (top 3):

Inside Out (Giacchino)

Tomorrowland (Giacchino)

Jurassic World (John Williams/Giacchino)

Honorable Mention: Jupiter Ascending (Guacchino)

Chappie (was that Zimmer?)

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Williams' two main themes are used quite sparingly in the movie actually.

 

 

This was by far the most common cue in the film (starting at 1:40):

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQORJSOaCvY

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Ant-Man is terrific!

 

Yes, I loved the Ant-Man Soundtrack, it had a very distinct sound to it's themes, a little bit jazzy with with flair. Definitely one of the best in the MCU so far.

 

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O_5NwVy8L5M  

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Williams' two main themes are used quite sparingly in the movie actually.

 

 

This was by far the most common cue in the film (starting at 1:40):

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQORJSOaCvY

 

 

Jurassic World score is really growing on me everytime I listen to it. It's quite original but at the same time really reminiscent of Williams' brilliant scores. Miles better than JP3 score.

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Ant Man? I have yet to hear it. Now I am even more curious about this score.

 

See the movie it's great.

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I didn't listen to his JW score yet, but from what I heard it was beautiful.
 
He definitely is the best working composer today.
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Giacchino wrote better music on a weekly basis for Lost than he does in three months for a movie.

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Giacchino wrote better music on a weekly basis for Lost than he does in three months for a movie.

 

Lost music was truly amazing.

It gave an amazing atmosphere to the show, those eerie cues and of course, he nailed the emotional beats so hard that you would chock up every time something tragic or sad happened to those characters, even in that Jack tattoo episode lol !

I think he was one of the big reason why the show was so successful, having that quality of music on a tv show is pretty rare.

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Giacchino wrote better music on a weekly basis for Lost than he does in three months for a movie.

 

I think I would put John Carter first among anything he's done.

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I think I would put John Carter first among anything he's done.

John Carter and Jupiter Ascending are great but the rest are all so samey. Everything is a nostalgic blockbuster, I'd like for him to branch out.

 

The 'stripped back to solo piano' trope has wore paper thin for me.

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Yo dawg, Giacchino's Medal of Honor work might have been the best thing he's ever done.

 

Medal of Honor: Underground. Listen to it. Learn it. Love it.

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Listening to Southpaw. Very solid. Is it Horner's last work?

 

Any thoughts about the latest Mission Impossible score?

 

Best and worst scores of the Summer?

 

My best choice

Inside Out

 

My worst choice

Poltergeist

 

Biggest disappointment

Avengers 2

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