Best Theme MusicThe best theme music
Sensitive and cheering, Giacchino changes the tempo of the music all the time to alter the observer's emotion, giggling like a swine at one point and crying like a child in another. Topic: Dylan's picking of his guitars leads us into the film's two main characters, while Sam Peckinpah skilfully intersects between Pat's and Billy's deaths, while killing hens for laughs.
His effect: After Dylan apparently was Billy The Kid in a previous lifetime, he was obviously the ideal person to write a track for Peckinpah's beautiful westerns. Topic: Clapton's lamenting guitars are the ideal sounds to emphasize Mel Gibson's murderous policeman, and no two scenes orchestrate this more than his half attempted emotionally murderous assault while observing Bugs Bunny.
Topic: Topic: Topic: Underestimated by criminals, Andrew Dominik's West flourishes thanks to a mix of Nick Cave's sound, the Kiwi director's singular visions, Hugh Ross's impeccable narrative, and Brad Pitt's greatest performances, all of which unite in a mesmerizing opening sequence that familiarizes us with the revolver hero.
Renamed after an aggresive looser with an exaggerated fondness for alcohol, the theme of Miles (Paul Giamatti) leads us into the desire to be writers and his wretched life as he gears up for a weeks drink with his best pal Jack (Thomas Haden Church). Demanding and even slightly irritating, it is the kind of music that distills any sex environment almost immediately.
So it' just great for Miles. Topic: Topic: Whenever Batman (Adam West) and Robin (Burt Ward) run, drive or are part of a mounting, the undying tone of Neal Hefti's Iconic Salve can be overheard.