Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Movie Music and More #9

To continue my two weeks of Marvel, today's Movie Music and More is about Alan Silvestri's score of Captain America: The First Avenger. One of Silvestri's most underrated soundtrack, the film's score perfectly complements the 1940s setting with music that combines the feeling of classic heroism and nostalgia of a bygone era. My favorite tracks, "Captain America March" and "Captain America" capture the spirit of the film and the character with a score that occasionally is reminiscent of John Williams' score in Indiana Jones, another film set in the 1940s. All in all, the soundtrack features several standout tracks, while others are not nearly as memorable, albeit still good.

If everything goes well, I will hopefully be able to see Age of Ultron tonight or tomorrow, which means a review will be coming soon. If not, I hope to actually finish that long overdue Agent Carter review and a multiple part Daredevil review.

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  1. Captain America! :) Cool! :) Also, if you do get to see Age of Ultron, I hope you enjoy it! :) (I'm going to see it after finals and my family's short trip).

  2. Marvelous! I really like the Captain America soundtrack. I hope you can review Ajent Carter soon. I liked it a lot. (And I think Steve Rogers suit is awesome. The suit he wore for the Avengers was kind of wimpy, although he made up for it with his rugged Winter Soldier outfit.)

  3. I've never listened to this soundtrack, but I really dug that second selection! Very stirring and inspiring.


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