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Discussion in 'Misc. Films' started by ZER0C00L, Apr 26, 2006.
what to you are underrated Film Scores that may have gone unnoticed?
Bennet Salvay's Jeepers Creepers scores.
Graeme Revell's Child's Play 2 score.
The Vangelis Alexander score.
Jerry Goldsmith's First Blood and Rambo: First Blood Part II scores.
Christopher Young's Hellraiser scores.
Philip Glass' Candyman scores.
Jerry Goldsmith and Graeme Revell are two of my favorite compsers.
Revells the Crow score is amazing and i love his work on Sin City. the late great Goldsmiths missed Legend Score was just to beautiful to be passed up.
i really love the DAT score.
what score is that?
lately iv been listening to the V for Vendetta score. to its like the Vengence movie of this decade. like the Crow was for the 90's. both scores are similar to me in ways. which is a really good thing.
I agree about the score for the crow. didnt even get lost under the dirgy soundtrack
Alan Silverstri in THe Abyss
Also, the score to Total Recall was trashed, but I think it's pretty good.
ZeroCool, nothing beats vangelis' Blade Runner and John Williams' Star Wars.
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
Michael Kamen's score for the first X-Men. I rarely read reviews where they comment on a film's score to begin with, and I was surprised that so many reviews mention Kamen's and how they thought it was boring. I loved it. I thought everyone had a very distinct theme, and the piece that plays at the end when Wolverine frees Rogue, very moving and fitting for the scene. It captures the emotion very well(concern, desperation, sadness, surprise, fear; in that order as based on the scene).
James Horner is soooo good.
Krull. The double disc is fantastic.
Stewart Copeland-Wide Sargasso Sea
Danny Elfman-Black Beauty
Graeme Revell-The 6th Day
Ennio Morricone-The Thing
Shirley Walker- Batman: Mask of the Phantasm
Gramme Revell- Childs Play 2 (such a creepy score)
Craig Safan- A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master
I LOVE the Aliens score, I agree that it is very underrated.
yeah, I like X-men, particularly the Logan and Rogue theme.
But I have to also mention one of the Might Ducks sequels, maybe D2. That score was great. The Speed score was great too by Mancina.
Well Don Davis's score of the matrix trilogy ( excluding those hard rock and techno tracks).
The score of Devil's Advocate
The score BlackHawkDown
That's about all i can think of right now
See, I always thought James Horner's score for the Star Trek films were underated. Everyone mentions Aliens, but since Horner and Cameron had such a tough time working together, alot of the themes from Aliens came from his Star Trek score.
Captain Correlli's Mandolin
***Interview w/the Vampire
***All by Eliot Goldenthal
Who doesn't have a tough time working with Cameron?
I forgot the "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" score by Alan Silvestri.
James Horner's score for Aliens
Nancy Wilson's for Almost Famous