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Discussion in 'Batman Begins' started by Kevin Roegele, Apr 29, 2006.
Elfman makes it perfect.
Nope. I like it better with the BB music. And the talking.
No you don't.
You're Jedi tricks have no effect on me.
Jedi tricks don't affect anyone.
Meh, I like it better in Burtons films. But damn, Elfmans music is so awesome.
Elfman for BB2
i love elfman and his score for the burton movies
BUT...elfman doessnt suit nolan's batman.....sooo STICK wif hans zimmer
I like Elfman for Burtons film, that main theme was right on. For Begins though, I did really like its soundtrack as well. Would've been nice to at least here that main theme though.
I also prefer Howard and Zimmer's theme.
that was ok. It could have been synced better with the music though.
I didn't think it was possible for BB to get any better.
That was like chocolate and chicken--I like both just fine, but when they're put together...
Well said. But now I'm hungry....
Hah! What an analogy. I'd say the same, they might not really fit together.
I prefer Howard and Zimmer's scores for Begins. However, Elfman is one of the greatest.
The Danny Elfman score is iconic. It has an epic feeling. The Burton films have the spirit of Batman. It's that feeling that surrounds Batman. The Elfman score is Batman, that is his music, it is just right. That new score just isn't it, it's very good but not as good as the original.
Living in the past, aren't ya? How about joining us in the present?
The Danny Elfman score is timeless.
Agreed, but it only works with the operatic B89. Anybody else else feel that the Batman theme didn't even fit that well in BR?
Agreed, but Howard and Zimmer's score for Begins is timeless as well.
I don't really like Begins, but I got goosebumps watching that trailer. The music made it ten times better.