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Re: Top 200 Scores of the Century - #95 - 81
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• Posted by: Riley KZ
• Date: Sunday, May 29, 2022, at 7:53 a.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Top 200 Scores of the Century - #95 - 81 (Steven P.)

> These would all be higher on my list, but I'm a Star Wars music addict.
> I'm hoping they get expanded releases one day, but heck I've been waiting
> on them to do that for the prequels for an absurdly long time. Why is
> Presumed Innocent getting an expanded release over Star Wars (and I say
> that as someone who likes Presumed Innocent).

That is kinda funny haha, though I love PI so much I can't complain.

> Great score to a great film. Now that Criterion has released a few Spike
> Lee films, I'd love for them to give a proper release for this film.

I do have a blu-ray combi with that and He Got Game, and it looks terrific, but yeah...surprised Criterion hasn't hopped on that one.

> Also my favorite non-middle earth Shore score. The film is great and is a
> fantastic example of a movie using both songs and score effectively.


> I enjoy it, but I have a bunch of Williams scores I'd put ahead of it.

> I really miss this Elfman.

> Agree, a top Doyle score.

> I'd gladly welcome Armstrong to score another comic book film. After all
> these years Incredible Hulk is still a top 5 MCU score for me.

Excellent news!

> I always thought this one was over-rated, but I've also heard the complete
> score balances the music out more from the action heavy original album, so
> maybe I need to hear that to fully judge it.

> Why don't you care for Young's score? I think he does fantastic work with
> adapting Elfman's themes, and adding fantastic new ones for Sandman, the
> symbiote/black suited Spider-man, and Venom. Really hoping it gets an
> official release.

Love his Sandman stuff and adapting Elfman's work was well done, but everything else I find either surprisingly anonymous or just plain bad (the fight scene between Harry and Peter sounds almost disco-like, really stood out badly in the theatre when I saw that mucky muck of a muckness). I dunno...probably still a 3.5/5, but definitely not Top 200 material.

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