TSMefford

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  1. Ew. I hate the segment from 1:16-1:45 so much. The rest of it is fine though. Has a somewhat old monster movie feel to me
  2. Personally I'm just looking for a comprehensive list of the cue titles and where they align with the ISO score / when they occur.
  3. I went to the Houston Concerts! It was a great experience, also got to meet him and got a giant signed poster. They had a Q&A session as well.
  4. So far...the score for Season 1 was far far superior. I connected to recurring themes and ideas pretty quickly, but here...nothing. The style is pretty much the same, but nothing is standing out really.
  5. I'm in the US and bought it through iTunes so I could stream the score only through Movies Anywhere, however, it recently updated to include the Score Only version directly in the iTunes Extras. So, hypothetically, yes, if you Buy it on iTunes in full HD then the extras should include the Isolated Score.
  6. While it's possible that those inserts occur during the Canto Bight scene, what that Reel label translates to is "Reel 4, Version 32" The 32 commonality with the insert there is just a coincidence. Version 32 refers to the whole reel, not to a cue. As my contribution to Identifying cues, I'm pretty sure that "What Cha Got?" is the title of a small cue when DJ asks about payment and demands Rose's medallion.
  7. Yeah that's what is sounds like to me. A clever compliment to the saber Fx.
  8. That was no accident. Lol. Technically, the woman is sing-screaming, so, therefore it is included. I assume, since it must've been recorded to not conflict with the notes in the music that it is technically considered "music" as well. Whoever put this together must've just solo'd the music tracks, so I assume it was...technically...not an accident.
  9. I will say. I don't think Last Jedi is bad by any means, and I think most of the old material appearances are fine, but I was utterly sick of the Force Theme by the end of the OST. I didn't feel that way after watching the film though, so it might be more spread out and less significant in the grand scheme of the film. The OST on the other hand has way too much of it.
  10. So glad I'm not the only one who appreciates Dh1 and HBP. I know someone who told my girlfriend to straight up skip Dh1, because it was boring and didn't matter.
  11. HBP is actually my number two. Can't tell you what it is, but that one hit all the right marks for me. I know a lot don't love it and even more hate the Hooper scores, but I have a soft spot for them. I rather like his Half-Blood Prince score. For me, the films are 3, 6, 7, 1, 2, 4, 5, 8 Scores are 3, 2, 1, 4, 7, 6, 8, 5 EDIT: Title versions: Films - PoA, HBP, Dh1, PS/SS, CoS, GoF, OotP, Dh2 Scores - PoA, CoS, PS/SS, GoF, Dh1, HBP, Dh2, OotP
  12. Absolutely. And look, a lot of it my be rehashed for PS/SS, but even that material sounds even more engaging and full of life. Not that the original PS/SS wasn't, but there are a lot of times where I will find myself listening to the COS versions of previous material rather than the originals, for example The Quidditch Match. I have the same opinion on Home Alone 2 as well.
  13. I appreciate the response. I enjoy having good conversations on the internet. Doesn't happen every day. I see now the point you were getting at. I definitely don't agree with that. That we'll all look back and it'll turn out it was actually amazing, but I think farther down the line I may look back at it and be like "Eh. It wasn't that bad."