Jazz Girl wrote:As far as song placement in the film, I was really disappointed that Heavy in your Arms isn't actually in the film. It is perfect for how Bella views herself in relation to Edward and the overall sound of the song is just amazing. Also, I really didn't like placing Let's Get Lost under Bella's attempt to see Jacob. That song is so much more Edward/Bella appropriate.
In the way way way win category, Neutron Star Collision under the grad party was great. And absolutely NOTHING beats My Love surrounding the proposal/leg hitch. Holy Christ on a cracker, that was perfection.
dandyvampgirl_13 wrote:You know what's better than the soundtrack? THE SCORE. Howard Shore is amazing. I love the dramatic battle themes, but all the soft mushy gushy stuff is pretty too.
dandyvampgirl_13 wrote:Although, I've been picking out LOTRy themes in here. I'm not annoyed with it, as composers (opera writers especially) reuse and recycle old bits of music for other things all the time.
For instance, the last 20 secs of "Jane" sounds an awful lot like a part of "Shelob's Lair" (very fast violins). It's a common technique for adding tension, however. I think I might go through and find an LOTR song for each Eclipse song.
For me, its just fun to match up Eclipse score to LOTR songs. Makes me feel nerdy.
mamatolucas wrote: 12. A Million Miles an Hour- Jacob coming to warn Edward about territory lines.
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