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  1. Which iconic 80s adventure film and score do you prefer; Spielberg/Williams' Raiders of the Lost Ark or Zemekis/Silvestri's Back to the Future?
  2. Which Spielberg monster movie (and respective score) do you prefer; Jaws or Jurassic Park? On a technical level, Jurassic Park handily beats the somewhat dated effects in Jaws, but so great is the power of the storytelling in Jaws that I personally find the later to be much more compelling. The suspense is crafted brilliantly. Every line of dialogue is pure gold. The characters are likable and well-written. The film has easily one of the greatest monologues in cinema history (Quint's story of the U.S.S Indianapolis). It succeeds not only as an entertaining popcorn flick, but also a
  3. Not sure if there's a thread on this yet (if there is please merge) but what is/are your earliest film score memories? It might just be a single cue, a single portion of a cue... I grew up in the 90's so there are three distinct memories of film music before I knew I liked it, or engaged in it: - The Wicked Witch of the West's Theme from The Wizard of Oz, a weird memory I know, but back then as a child I'd always sing or hum that theme whilst riding my grandparent's broom around the kitchen (I was four/five!) - Darth Vader's Theme/ The Imperial March - My da
  4. The Playlist ranks the Top 50 Scores of the 21st Century so far 1. “The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford” (2007) – Nick Cave & Warren Ellis 2. “There Will Be Blood” (2007) – Jonny Greenwood 3. “Under The Skin” (2014) – Mica Levi 4. “Requiem For A Dream” (2000)– Clint Mansell & The Kronos Quartet 5. “In the Mood for Love” (2000) – Michael Galasso & Shigeru Umebayasi 6. “Upstream Color” (2013) – Shane Carruth 7. “Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind” (2004) – Jon Brion 8. “Birth” (2004) – Alexandre Desplat 9. “The Dark Knight
  5. What scores do you plan on buying in the near future? For me... CONAN THE BARBARIAN (Intrada) FLESH & BLOOD (LaLaLand) THE GOLDEN CHILD (LaLaLand) NORTH BY NORTHWEST (Intrada) -- Believe it or not, this is one of my least favorite Herrmann scores... DAY OF THE DEAD (LaLaLand)
  6. ... without looking at the credits? Can you tell by ears alone?
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