without vocals or lyrics to distract my groggy Monday morning typing.
I also enjoy how there are small melodies and themes that get repeated throughout the movie, usually changing just a bit each time. Movies without music would be so flat and less engaging; I like to pretend that my life has a soundtrack (and so is more interesting and fun), and I would gladly invite any of these composers to create the score!
Hans Zimmer: Pirates of the Caribbean At World's End
At World's End
The Chemical Brothers: Hanna
Steve Jablonsky: Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
Mr. Jablonsky's work includes all the Transformers movies (including the upcoming 4th film), Battleship, and plenty of horror films, I'm looking forward to hearing his score for Ender's Game.
John Williams: War Horse
The Soundtrack Suite (kind of a sampler of the different musical themes)
Remembering Emilie and Finale
Alexandre Desplat: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part II
Severus and Lily
Harry Gregson-Williams: Chronicles of Narnia the Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe
What movie scores are your favorites to listen to?