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Re: Top 200 Scores of the Century - #95 - 81
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• Posted by: Philipp
• Date: Friday, May 27, 2022, at 10:07 a.m.
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• In Response to: Top 200 Scores of the Century - #95 - 81 (Riley KZ)

Haven't watched the movie nor heard the score, but since years I've intended to do both. cool

> #94 - Changing Lanes by David Arnold

Very cool movie! That's all I can say.

> #92 - The 25th Hour by Terence Blanchard

Agreed, great score and movie.

> #91 - The Departed by Howard Shore

Again, great score and movie. Probably my John Williams Top 3.

> #90 - Minority Report by John Williams

Somewhere I've made some notes about how great this score is; haven't heard it in quite a while, definitely *****

> #88 - Eragon by Patrick Doyle

> Like most of Doyle’s scores for some odd reason, I shrugged and rapidly
> moved on after my first listen of Eragon, only to return to it years later
> and go “Holy shitballs this is good!” A rousing fantasy/adventure score
> that hits all the right notes (nyuk nyuk) and does it in a tight, concise
> album. Haven’t seen the flick so not sure if there’s some major music
> missing, but I love the CD the way it is, and goddamn, that THEME, that
> awesome and memorable main theme. So good.

> Best Cue:

Very unusual stuff by Armstrong, but cool.

> #86 - The Incredible Hulk by Craig Armstrong

> Hulk seemed like such an odd project for the dramatic Scot, yet he blew me
> away with the work, particularly the action cues; Favela Chase is one of
> the strongest non-Bourne chase scene cues I’ve ever heard. He also wound
> up using a sound that became verrrrrrry (too) familiar after Inception,
> the “horn of doom”, but the way he works it into the Hulk theme and
> persona is exceptional. Probably my fave MCU score.

> Best Cue:

This is probably the only score I have listened to in 2006. Also wanted to play some songs myself on the guitar but unfortunately gave up; maybe I will come back to it.

> #85 - Brokeback Mountain by Gustavo Santaolalla

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