best of 2010: the movie score guidebook, vol. 2

The recapping continues as I take a look back at as many of the year’s film scores as I possibly can in an effort to congregate in one spot, all that 2010 had to offer. For the first 15 featured, check out Volume 1 of the guidebook. If you’re all caught up, then read on! (Again, yes, there are some silly, possibly throwaway tracks here, but I wanted to be all-inclusive!)


Megamind
Score by Hans Zimmer and Lorne Balfe

Robin Hood
Score by Marc Streitenfeld

Despicable Me
Score by Hans Zimmer, Heitor Pereira, and Pharell Williams

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1
Score by Alexandre Desplat

Shrek Forever After
Score by Harry Gregson-Williams


Inception
Score by Hans Zimmer

Salt
Score by James Newton Howard

Dinner for Schmucks
Score by Theodore Shapiro

Green Zone
Score by John Powell

Scott Pilgrim vs. The World
Score by Nigel Godrich


Agora
Score by Dario Marianelli

Cairo Time
Score by Niall Byrne

Chloe
Score by Mychael Danna

Eat Pray Love
Score by Dario Marianelli

Red Riding Trilogy
Score by Adrian Johnston, Dickon Hinchcliffe, and Barrington Pheloung

Stay tuned for Volume 3, coming soon!
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4 responses to “best of 2010: the movie score guidebook, vol. 2”

  1. Andrew: Encore Entertainment says :

    I love the score for Agora. Heck, who am I kidding? I love Agora.

  2. Robert says :

    I know that it will never in a million years get nominated for an Oscar, but the score to Scott Pilgrim was really quite awesome. 8-bit music is the best! Ahaha.

  3. Stevee Taylor says :

    Listening to the entire Inception soundtrack in sequence has been one of my favourite things to do lately…

  4. Castor says :

    Is there a movie Hans Zimmer didn't score this year? ^^ Some really great choice here.

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