Status Active "The Avengers. It's what we call ourselves, sort of like a team. Its purpose is to protect global stability from inner or extraterrestrial threats.
This one distinguishes itself from the others by having lots of people fight each other, loads of explosions, self-referential wit — and of course, everyone dies. After getting off to the worst possible start with Ramin Djawadi, the series has built up some fine scores over the years.
When Alan Silvestri scored Captain America and then The Avengers in quick succession, lots of people including me assumed that finally the studio had recognised what a benefit it could be to them if they were to build up some musical continuity.
The problem is that those themes have tended to be self-contained within their movies. Alan Silvestri wrote an exceptional theme for Captain America which has barely been heard again, despite there having been 6, films featuring Captain America since that one. Patrick Doyle wrote a wonderfully heroic theme for Thor — then Brian Tyler wrote a completely different, but also excellent theme for him — then Mark Mothersbaugh wrote yet another.
Someone like Christopher Young would probably have jumped at the chance and done a brilliant job. One thing about Silvestri is that he really is a great composer of themes. Indeed, the first half of the album is something of a mixed bag.
The melody that ends the cue is vintage Silvestri. In the old days the cue would probably have been sequenced to sit between some big action moments. There is a nice variant on the Thanos theme to end the cue. Everyone knows what happens when Alan Silvestri reaches 88 miles per hour… a full 1.
And from that moment on, the composer lets rip and all bets are off. You have to remember to breathe. The second half is consistently brilliant, one show-stopping action set piece following another.
The album is available in two forms — a long version available both as CD and download and an even longer version. Wishful thinking obviously, so for the moment we can bask in the great year that this veteran composer is having.
All the kids have their favourite avenger — the Hulk, Iron Man, Thor — if only they released an action figure of my favourite avenger, Mr Alan Silvestri.Agree with pretty much everything you said.
Even while watching the movie, I started noticing the music much more than in the second half. And it really is a shame there’s no hints at other character’s themes. Get today’s top entertainment news, TV shows, episode recaps, and new movie reviews with pictures and videos of top celebs from Us Weekly.
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We’re up to 72 superhero movies since (current as . Apr 24, · Avengers: Infinity War type Movie release date 04/27/18 performer Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Mark Ruffalo, Scarlett Johansson.
The Avengers, also known as the Heroes of New York, are a team of extraordinary individuals, either with superpowers or other special characteristics. Its purpose is to protect global stability from inner or extraterrestrial threats.
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