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- Posted on Dec 19th 2007 5:00PM by Steve Baltin
1. '3:10 to Yuma' (2007 version): It took a classic cowboy film and turned it around in terms of music and added a lot of new sounds. I was really impressed with that score.
2. ' Elizabeth: The Golden Age': It's a good score because they've married two composers, one from Bollywood and one from the West, and it works really well. That's visually a good one to see.
3. 'Midnight Cowboy': I remembering sitting there and watching [this] with my dad. I even sampled 'Midnight Cowboy' and based my big hit, 'Starry-Eyed Surprise,' around that.
4. 'Easy Rider': I revisited [this] the other day just to see how they worked with a lot of different cues.
5. 'Blade Runner': It's in everyone's classic list.
5a. 'The Insider': One of my favorite films; I thought the score on that was fantastic.