History AwesomeMusic / Film

21st Nov '17 1:17:55 AM DeepRed
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** The 1812 Overture is badass enough on its own. What other piece requires an artillery section and the church bells of a city?

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** The 1812 Overture is [[OrchestralBombing badass enough on its own.own]]. What other piece requires an artillery section and the church bells of a city?
14th Nov '17 7:38:44 AM mlsmithca
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* While ''Film/TheBourneSeries'' has a very tense, recognizable, and charming score usually from Creator/JohnPowell, most fans know the theme of these movies to be the single from Music/{{Moby}}, [[https://youtu.be/nBB2bPwKWVg Extreme Ways]]. While not explicitly about Jason Bourne himself, the song has become iconic with the character, and has been present during the end credits all five films.
** It was [[https://youtu.be/G6SV-5rm2Ig redone]] during ''Film/TheBourneUltimatum''.

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* While ''Film/TheBourneSeries'' ''Film/TheBourneSeries'':
** The series
has a very tense, recognizable, and charming score usually from Creator/JohnPowell, most fans know the theme of these movies to be the single from Music/{{Moby}}, [[https://youtu.be/nBB2bPwKWVg Extreme Ways]]. While not explicitly about Jason Bourne himself, the song has become iconic with the character, and has been present during the end credits all five films. \n** It was [[https://youtu.be/G6SV-5rm2Ig redone]] during ''Film/TheBourneUltimatum''.



* Basil Poledouris' whole score for the ''Film/ConanTheBarbarian1982'' movie is listed on many top-ten film score lists.

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* Basil Poledouris' Poledouris examples:
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whole score for the ''Film/ConanTheBarbarian1982'' movie is listed on many top-ten film score lists.



** ''Franchise/RoboCop'''s main theme, which only really comes in about half-way through [[Film/RoboCop1987 the first film]].
** ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CIGHCoVzqtk Klendathu Drop]]'' from ''Film/StarshipTroopers''. It was the ''perfect'' piece for the accompanying scene.

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** ''Franchise/RoboCop'''s main theme, which only really comes in about half-way through [[Film/RoboCop1987 the first film]].
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[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CIGHCoVzqtk Klendathu Drop]]'' "Klendathu Drop"]] from ''Film/StarshipTroopers''. It was the ''perfect'' piece for the accompanying scene.scene.
%%** ''Franchise/RoboCop'''s main theme, which only really comes in about half-way through [[Film/RoboCop1987 the first film]].
14th Nov '17 5:42:21 AM Metallix
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* While ''Film/TheBourneSeries'' has a very tense, recognizable, and charming score usually from Creator/JohnPowell, most fans know the theme of these movies to be the single from Music/{{Moby}}, [[https://youtu.be/nBB2bPwKWVg Extreme Ways]]. While not explicitly about Jason Bourne himself, the song has become iconic with the character, and has been present during the end credits all five films.
** It was [[https://youtu.be/G6SV-5rm2Ig redone]] during ''Film/TheBourneUltimatum''.
** ''Film/TheBourneLegacy'' may not exactly be a fan favorite, but admit it, you loved how they [[https://youtu.be/7rMV-rWaU-c added an entire symphony for the song at the end]].
** Fitting the tradition, the fifth film ''Film/JasonBourne'' also remixed the iconic single which comes across like it took an element from all previous renditions and combined it into one. [[https://youtu.be/ftm1hiXgYsA The result]] is nothing short of badass.
6th Nov '17 10:12:45 AM mlsmithca
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** Neodämmerung from ''Film/TheMatrix Revolutions'' is also a memorable CMOA. Nothing quite gives off the "prepare to get your ass kicked" vibe like intense piano, gunshot-like percussion and Sanskrit lyrics that so loud that it seems like they are shouting it.

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** Neodämmerung from ''Film/TheMatrix Revolutions'' ''Film/TheMatrixRevolutions'' is also a memorable CMOA.memorable. Nothing quite gives off the "prepare to get your ass kicked" vibe like intense piano, gunshot-like percussion and Sanskrit lyrics that so loud that it seems like they are shouting it.



** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HUSSKWWg-0c Clubbed to Death]], from the first [[Film/TheMatrix Matrix]] movie.

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** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HUSSKWWg-0c Clubbed to Death]], from the first [[Film/TheMatrix Matrix]] ''[[Film/TheMatrix Matrix]]'' movie.
5th Nov '17 10:02:36 PM KizunaTallis
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* If music that plays over credits can be included, Juno Reactor's "Navras," the end title music from ''[[Film/TheMatrix The Matrix Revolutions]]''. There's nothing quite like that choir coming in at quadruple-forte with the Sanskrit text.
** Neodämmerung from ''[[Film/TheMatrix The Matrix Revolutions]]'' is also a memorable CMOA. Nothing quite gives off the "prepare to get your ass kicked" vibe like intense piano, gunshot-like percussion and Sanskrit lyrics that so loud that it seems like they are shouting it.

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* ''Franchise/TheMatrix''
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If music that plays over credits can be included, Juno Reactor's "Navras," the end title music from ''[[Film/TheMatrix The Matrix Revolutions]]''.''Film/TheMatrixRevolutions''. There's nothing quite like that choir coming in at quadruple-forte with the Sanskrit text.
** Neodämmerung from ''[[Film/TheMatrix The Matrix Revolutions]]'' ''Film/TheMatrix Revolutions'' is also a memorable CMOA. Nothing quite gives off the "prepare to get your ass kicked" vibe like intense piano, gunshot-like percussion and Sanskrit lyrics that so loud that it seems like they are shouting it.



** More Sanskrit: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kex6JNjtKfQ Navras]].



** Any music from the series qualifies.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xUZKFjaWf6Y Burly Brawl]] from Reloaded.

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** Any music from the series qualifies.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xUZKFjaWf6Y Burly Brawl]] from Reloaded.''Reloaded''.
** As [[BigLippedAlligatorMoment nonsensical as it was]], the BGM from the rave scene ([[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZBIfO1FbqE "Slap It/Zion" by Fluke]]) fits the atmosphere perfectly. That progression is pure sensual bliss.
23rd Oct '17 10:40:39 AM fruitstripegum
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* ''AwesomeMusic/GhostRider''
16th Oct '17 8:11:21 AM Sapphirea2
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* 1981's ''Film/Arthur'' is one of the great RomanticComedy films, and it ''cannot'' be discussed without bringing up [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gnBPHWk5FQ8 "Arthur's Theme (Best That You Can Do)"]], performed and co-written by Christopher Cross and one of the best Soft Rock songs ever. Warm piano, sweeping strings, tender verses (particularly the second), a glorious saxophone solo, the singularly wonderful lyric "When you get caught between the moon and New York City"...it's all the heart and fun of Creator/DudleyMoore's most beloved character distilled into less than four minutes.

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* 1981's ''Film/Arthur'' ''Film/{{Arthur}}'' is one of the great RomanticComedy films, and it ''cannot'' be discussed without bringing up [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gnBPHWk5FQ8 "Arthur's Theme (Best That You Can Do)"]], performed and co-written by Christopher Cross and one of the best Soft Rock songs ever. Warm piano, sweeping strings, tender verses (particularly the second), a glorious saxophone solo, the singularly wonderful lyric "When you get caught between the moon and New York City"...it's all the heart and fun of Creator/DudleyMoore's most beloved character distilled into less than four minutes.
16th Oct '17 8:10:56 AM Sapphirea2
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gnBPHWk5FQ8 "Arthur's Theme (Best That You Can Do)"]], performed and co-written by Christopher Cross, is the perfect RomanticComedy theme song, as well as one of the best Soft Rock songs ever. Warm piano, sweeping strings, tender verses (particularly the second), a glorious saxophone solo, the singularly wonderful lyric "When you get caught between the moon and New York City"...it's all the heart and fun of Creator/DudleyMoore's [[Film/{{Arthur}} most beloved character]] distilled into less than four minutes.

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* 1981's ''Film/Arthur'' is one of the great RomanticComedy films, and it ''cannot'' be discussed without bringing up [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gnBPHWk5FQ8 "Arthur's Theme (Best That You Can Do)"]], performed and co-written by Christopher Cross, is the perfect RomanticComedy theme song, as well as Cross and one of the best Soft Rock songs ever. Warm piano, sweeping strings, tender verses (particularly the second), a glorious saxophone solo, the singularly wonderful lyric "When you get caught between the moon and New York City"...it's all the heart and fun of Creator/DudleyMoore's [[Film/{{Arthur}} most beloved character]] character distilled into less than four minutes.
16th Oct '17 8:07:53 AM Sapphirea2
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gnBPHWk5FQ8 "Arthur's Theme (Best That You Can Do)"]] could be the perfect RomanticComedy theme song ever, as well as one of the best Soft Rock songs. Warm piano, sweeping strings, tender verses (particularly the second), a glorious saxophone solo, the singularly wonderful lyric "When you get caught between the moon and New York City"...it's all the heart and fun of Creator/DudleyMoore's [[Film/{{Arthur}} most beloved character]] distilled into less than four minutes.

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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gnBPHWk5FQ8 "Arthur's Theme (Best That You Can Do)"]] could be Do)"]], performed and co-written by Christopher Cross, is the perfect RomanticComedy theme song ever, song, as well as one of the best Soft Rock songs.songs ever. Warm piano, sweeping strings, tender verses (particularly the second), a glorious saxophone solo, the singularly wonderful lyric "When you get caught between the moon and New York City"...it's all the heart and fun of Creator/DudleyMoore's [[Film/{{Arthur}} most beloved character]] distilled into less than four minutes.
16th Oct '17 8:06:55 AM Sapphirea2
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gnBPHWk5FQ8 "Arthur's Theme (Best That You Can Do)"]] could be the perfect RomanticComedy theme song ever, as well as one of the best Soft Rock songs. Warm piano, sweeping strings, tender verses (particularly the second), a glorious saxophone solo, the singularly wonderful lyric "When you get caught between the moon and New York City"...it's all the heart and fun of Creator/DudleyMoore's [[Film/{{Arthur}} most beloved character]] distilled into less than four minutes.
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