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    Default Movie Soundtracks Scores Songs

    Let's have a thread devoted to music in films.

    I'll start with a classic:


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    this should be part of the 90s series. so many boring musicians of the era were talking about
    trying to make film scores without films. name checking john barry ad nauseum.

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    The Popol Vuh soundtrack for Aguirre, the Wrath of God made much more of an impression on me than the film, although there are some scenes like the opening mountain descent that really stick in the memory.


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    Usually not at all a fan of electronic music rearranged for orchestra but this kind of works.

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    definitely. herzogs films are rubbish. hes got no imagination. plodding literalist
    and everything he makes looks like a tv drama. i did like grizzly man though,
    well funny, so i'll allow him to carry on making docos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luka View Post
    definitely. herzogs films are rubbish. hes got no imagination. plodding literalist
    and everything he makes looks like a tv drama. i did like grizzly man though,
    well funny, so i'll allow him to carry on making docos.
    Ah come on, there's some imaginative shots in Aguirre - the opening shot, the circling of the raft invaded by monkeys, both spring to mind. The soundtrack in both cases makes it ten times better, but that's part of a director's remit.

    I remember liking his Nosferatu but I can't remember a thing about it now.

    Soundtrack wise, the best soundtrack in recent years wot I'm aware of is 'Under the Skin' by Mica Levi.

    I really liked the soundtrack to 'Gone Girl'.

    My favourite soundtrack to listen to while walking around London pretending I'm in some sort of epic fantasy is The Lord of the Rings.

    And another favourite is of course Jurassic Park.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leo View Post
    *cough* Eurocult Film Thread *cough*

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    did i already post this there? or did you? if so, my bad...and if not, then yes, deserves to be there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luka View Post
    definitely. herzogs films are rubbish. hes got no imagination. plodding literalist
    and everything he makes looks like a tv drama. i did like grizzly man though,
    well funny, so i'll allow him to carry on making docos.
    Haha

    Watch his bad lieutenant.

    Good scores-
    good time (OPN)
    Kaidan (takamitsu)
    Bright future (kiyoshi kurosawa film - i dunno who did the music but it's great)
    Anything by Bernard herrmann
    Pather panchali
    Sorcerer
    Young and dangerous

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