28 Songs, 51 Minutes

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4.3 out of 5

12 Ratings

12 Ratings

An awesome score to an awesome film

october88

A thrilling ride and inhumane look at news and the drive to succeed.

Amazing

dash_city

In a similar way to what price did to gravity, the music in this movie was one of the key characters to the plot line. my only beef was that i wish that some of these tracks could have been longer than 1:30-2 minutes. lou gets inspired, on a roll, edit on the hood, and sell the bike, just to name a few were some of the standouts, that i wish could have been extended. but overall, amazing score to an amazing movie

Nightcrawler

Disappointed berry

This soundtrack is absolutely horrible. Too quote a much better film " The horror, the horror.". It sounded like some burnout in a soundproof bathroom with a les paul and some bad headphones on just playing crappy 80's metal. I can't emphasize enough how bad this is. Thoughts and feelings please?

About James Newton Howard

Pianist, producer, and composer James Newton Howard scored over 60 films beginning in the mid-'80s, including The Fugitive, The Prince of Tides, Pretty Woman, Glengarry Glen Ross, Batman Begins, Michael Clayton, and the Hunger Games series. Howard began taking classical piano lessons at the age of four, playing on a piano owned by his grandmother, who was the Pittsburgh Symphony's concertmaster and violinist during the 1930s and '40s. He went on to study at the USC School of Music and at the Music Academy of the West (in Santa Barbara, California) with Reginald Stewart and Leon Fleisher. He also studied under orchestrator Marty Paich, who would later conduct some of Howard's scores. After graduating from college, Howard joined a short-lived rock band, then worked for a couple of years as a session musician with artists including Diana Ross, Ringo Starr, and Harry Nilsson. In 1975, he joined the band of the most popular artist of that time, Elton John, toured with him during the mid-'70s, and later re-joined for a tour in 1980 and again in 1986. Over the years, Howard has worked as a songwriter, producer, or arranger with the such artists as Cher, Earth, Wind & Fire, Rickie Lee Jones, Olivia Newton-John, Bob Seger, Rod Stewart, Barbra Streisand, Toto, and more. He has received numerous Oscar nominations, and won an Emmy Award for his theme for the television show Gideon's Crossing and a Grammy Award in 2009 for his work on The Dark Knight. Those accolades brought continued high-profile film work, such as 2012's The Bourne Legacy, the Hunger Games franchise, and the Huntsman film series. He made his debut in the J.K. Rowling wizarding universe with 2016's Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. The following year saw Howard score the American legal drama Roman J. Israel, Esq. ~ Joslyn Layne

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