I got the idea for this thread aupon realizing that I have a pretty fair number of scores to movies that are less than a cinematic marvel. So, to start the discussion, we have the 1998 Godzilla soundtrack to start with. This, unlike other movie soundtracks that came shackled to a terrible movie (Like X-Men 3, which we'll be discussing later on, I hope) is freaking rare. So rare, in fact, that finding it is sort of the movie music nerd equivalent of finding the Ark of the Covenant. [image=http://www.mpimages.net/mp/compressed/promotional/IJ1_IA_128_R.jpg] ^The Godzilla soundtrack is inside; it's what really killed the Nazis. But, despite being hitched to a nearly universally disliked monster movie, it's an utterly spectacular soundtrack that nearly saves the film all on it's own. It, however, couldn't save it from Matthew Broderick. If this movie didn't have any people in it, and was just the monster and her music, it'd be spectacular-the music gives things, at various times and appropriate moments, an appropriate sense of mystery, adventure, horror, comedy, grandeur, and tragedy-the chorus at the end with G's theme is honestly pretty heartbreaking, IMO. It's by David Arnold, who also did the soundtracks for Stargate, Independence Day, and the last three or four Bond films, so he's had plenty of experience making great soundtracks for wretched films. Thoughts?