Dave Galanter
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    I would actually have to Google close to all of them to remember any soundtrack and none of them are close to epic and unique. And music is sooo important to any movie...

There is actually a big debate about this on Youtube. Marvel's main problem is that they have a different composer creating different themes for the same hero in the same series. Three Iron Man movies, three different composers, three different sets of themes. That makes it much harder to associate music with the character. Now, I agree that most of Marvel's music isn't that great, but I don't think DC and the overrated Hans Zimmer factory is any better. I'd take the Alan Silvestri AVENGERS score and the Patrick Doyle's score for the first THOR, my favorite score of any Marvel movie, over any DCEU movie soundtrack. Henry Jackman's score for CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER is pretty good too.

Thor soundtrack better than any DCEU soundtrack? 

We really can't agree on anything if that is the case. Heck, I had to go back on youtube to remember what the music was and, personally, while it is enjoyable and kinda epic I just don't see how it compares favorably to the intensity of what Zimmer delivered regardless of how overrated you perceive him to be. You have to give credit where it is due. 

As for Avengers, it's even less memorable to me even if, again, it is not bad at all mind you.

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