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Courtney Sees Ghosts

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    Michael Giacchino come back to Star Wars challenge.

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  1. I still dig the score overall. Just hope Ross and Holt return to the franchise on different projects with more time. Hope Natalie gets The Acolyte and Ross gets Skeleton Crew. But I have to say, at least the score in the show doesn't sound ripped apart and destroyed like Brian Tyler and Danny Elfman's scores for Age of Ultron or more recently, John Williams' score for The Rise of Skywalker. Young Leia is probably my favorite track outside of the main theme. With that out of the way, where the hell did these discussions on Giacchino's Rogue One score come from???? This all news to me and I'm supposed to be the fangirl. LMFAO
  2. 23 Holt tracks, 7 Ross tracks, and Williams' main theme. Can't wait to sink my teeth into this. But if the music in the first Obi-Wan/Vader duel isn't here I'm gonna be mad. http://filmmusicreporter.com/2022/06/22/obi-wan-kenobi-soundtrack-album-details/
  3. I loved the uses of the classic themes in this episode. They all made sense and worked really well. And I love the really subtle reprisal of Qui-Gon's Theme. Which if you listen closely, Obi-Wan's theme is very connected to it. Now I just need the soundtrack and I'll be a happy girl.
  4. Because Randy Newman didn't really give Zurg a theme perse. More like musical sounds, but nothing that measures up to a full on theme. Zurg needed something concrete.
  5. Fr! Back to the Future, Captain America, and Ready Player One are basically auditions for Star Wars. He'd be perfect.
  6. I'd love for Alan to do something for Star Wars. I think it's time.
  7. Say what you will about Giacchino, but his villain themes are always top tier shit. Syndrome, Screenslaver, Director Krennic, The Vulture, Mysterio, The Green Goblin, Koba, The Indo-Raptor, Royal Pain, The Riddler, Charles Muntz. He taps into these characters really well and they're often the best themes to come out of a given score (see Screenslaver, Mysterio, and the Indo-Raptor). But this Zurg theme is something else man. Got stuck in my head immediately. I think this may be his best villain theme to date.
  8. I'm in love with this track man! The emotions I felt while listening to it! I need Michael to come back to Star Wars fr.
  9. I would love to hear it! I wonder if there's a hint of a love theme in there.
  10. I just made a playlist of all his Pixar scores. His scores for The Incredibles, Ratatouille, Up, and Coco are something to behold man fr.
  11. If Patty or Lucasfilm wants Hans to go for a less 2010's Zimmer sound, I think Wonder Woman 1984 is a good starting point. Still has Zimmer vibes, but it's much more symphonic than say The Dark Knight. And maybe it's the Zimmer fan in me, but Horn of Doom for the Empire does sound kinda sick. And seeing your profile picture makes me wonder, when is my boi James gonna do a Star Wars anything?
  12. Damn, what did Michael Giacchino do to people? I know he has way more fans than detractors. But I never knew his critics were "proud haters" so to speak. I may not hold every Giacchino score to the same high standard (I couldn't hum a single note from Zootopia with a gun to my head). But I'm honestly kinda shocked that so many people flat out hate his scores for Jurassic World, Spider-Man, The Batman, even his recent Pixar stuff. Maybe it's a generational thing as the music of Michael Giacchino and Randy Newman were what granted me my appreciation for film scores as I grew up. Lots of Williams and Elfman too of course. But I gotta be real. I don't know who can listen to the scores for Doctor Strange, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Coco, and The Batman and not be swept away by them. And judging by the previews for the score, Lightyear seems to be another winner for him.
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