I think I am in Mac's camp! Those two are a couple of my favorites as well. Always nice to see the crossover. Now if you can just get the VIEW FROM THE COUCH couple over... you'll be in business!
Nice choices guys! I don't know if it's just me but there seemed to be some audio problems with Zimmer's and Elfman's tracks.
Favorite score from a bad movie: Without question, it's CutThroat Island by John Debney. The movie is an absolute train wreck, but the score is (to my ears) exactly how a pirate movie should be scored. Clark, if any of David Arnold's rejected score exists, I would LOVE to hear some of it. Not only am I a big fan of Arnold's earlier work (back when he was scoring for Roland Emmerich), but Debney's score sounds a LOT like Arnold's style.
Other favorite composers: outside the usual suspects, I'm going to throw Trevor Jones' name out there. In particular, I'm a big fan of his scores for The Dark Crystal and Merlin (the TV miniseries with Sam Neill). I'm also really enjoy Bruce Broughton's score for Young Sherlock Holmes.
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