The Batman | Michael Giacchino | WaterTower

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The Batman - by Michael Giacchino | From The Batman Soundtrack
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  • The most humane version of Batman. Absolutely loved it. Goosebumps all over

    • @Ģhostrider Blaze read comics, he is a detective, and not chained by basic law, so of course he would stalks people

    • @Tedwan02 noo affleck not bale

    • @Jayden Manifold you can't compare it to Hans Zimmers stuff in the Nolen trilogy

    • @VarunSharma7470 batman is goth 💀

    • *human, not humane lol

  • I can’t believe that they got Robert Pattinson to stand completely still for like 6 minutes. What a great actor. True dedication and craftsmanship.

    • Where funny?

    • And keep his cape straight just ✨🤌

    • he stand still in the rain for 6 minutes F

    • @WTAWWR08 no.. right meme. RIGHT MEME.

    • Especially with such heavy rainfall true dedication

  • 0:00 a man who lost his family, trying to get to know how this happend, trying to grow up, trying to find help people who lost in the dark or trying to vengeance 4:00 the batman

    • @sans. yeah but you said 55:00

    • @Zoxyy ж just saying what's the best part

    • @sans. what

    • 4:00 to 55:00 best part

    • yeap after 4:00 is the best part

  • Something I really enjoyed about this movie is that they focused on the batman as the greatest detective. I’m honestly surprised it took them this long to make an actual mystery movie for the batman.

    • playing up the noir/detective theme of batman was a solid choice but he doesn't have too many moments of brilliant detective work in the movie, he's kind of late to the game most of the time lol

    • @Brandon Thomas No

    • @Brandon Thomas it deadass felt like the riddler side quests from the Arkham series.

    • @Donald Darko It’s really shown by each club scene. First he forces his way in as batman, then he walks in as Bruce. Each time he goes to angry or too peaceful. Before he sneaks in, silent without being noticed, he uses his skills and brains than brute force or passive walk.

    • @Brandon Thomas It felt like that was the point. Like that Batman strong arming every situation and being angry and impatient kept him constantly 1 step behind the Riddler.

  • Penguin went from "HAHA I GOT YOU," to "I want to apologize," in like under 10 seconds.

    • @I couldnt come up with a name so i used this well yeah, it's MUCH easier to produce as you don't have to invest NEARLY as much time into each episode as you do an entire movie. They can put out a pilot episode, see the general opinion on it, & decide the budget from there.

    • @Samarjeet Bhonsle always a show now

    • @Night Moose that's why he's a getting a whole show for himself to cover up LOL, can't wait for that

    • Penguin really did nothing in this movie except have one car chase

    • "I have made a severe, and continuous lapse in my judgment and I would like to sincerely apologize..."

  • This theme will be remembered for decades to come one of the best brings literal chills 🔥🔥

    • @Jordan Rodriguez nope the sequel was announced

    • wow, didnt see a single BatChest on this comment section

    • @Spec Ops my thoughts exactly. The chord progression is so similar to Williams’ writing.

    • @Loki . Sorry to bother again.😂 I literally came here from revisiting the dark knight ost thanks to your comment. But no. IMHO, not as catchy. Each to their own I guess. Just like how some people say that The Batman is the worst batman movie. Even worse than George Clooney's version.

    • @Loki . Beg to differ. I cared about the music in any movie. That's why this ost caught my ears. I did notice the musics in the dark knight trilogy especially the dark knight, however, its theme song isn't what I ever hum after I watch the dark knight. The Batman theme song however...in thanks to the fantastic opening scene, is something I can't forget. The other ost that hit me the same was 1917's The Window ost, as it blends well with the scene it's featured in.

  • 1:37 to 3:35 is criminally underrated. It’s captures the tragedy but also undying determination and heroism that defines Batman as a character. Brilliant score!

    • @パーカー29 batman the animated series horns

    • I read this comment as patrick batemen

    • true ✌🏻✌🏻

    • Best part of theme by far, the rest is pretty mid.

    • I always come here for that part

  • The part from 0:24 to 4:00 is just so achingly beautiful. Tragic and heroic at the same time.

    • Strongly agreed, I don't think much people talk about that part.

    • Legit my favourite part

  • I love how the Batman theme sounds strong but unresolved, like Bruce Wayne’s trauma. Genius.

    • What a brilliant speculation, very underrated comment

    • yeah it's like a never ending trauma and pain. which is exactly what batman is about.

  • 0:00 - Before Batman (Before he became Batman) 4:00 - Becoming Batman (Becoming strong, getting tech and mastering fear) 5:00 - The Batman (Has become The Dark Knight) 6:00 - Vengeance (Has become true VENGEANCE) 6:25 - Hope(Is becoming HOPE)

  • The build up, suspense, and power in the last 2.5 minutes... I wanna cry. It was perfect

  • Robert pattison proved us Wrong... What a performance 👌

    • @Manu Narine nah man, he’s not just a “solid talented actor” he’s MORE than proven to be a phenomenal actor from all the incredible movies he’s been in from GoodTime, The Lighthouse, Tenet, The Devil all the Time, and finally the masterpiece The Batman movie which he gave INCREDIBLE performances that levitated him to be one of the best actors in this generation easily. As well as the BEST Batman on screen completely! Love all the work he’s put into this film and all the others I’ve listed.

    • Tbh Teenage girls and their twilight obsession ruined Pattinson's image and shadowed his talent.....now it's time for us grown men to appreciate him for what he is truly capable of, a solid talented actor worth appreciating

    • @The Juicing of the Cactus The lighthouse AND GoodTime are two both brilliant fantastic movies with fantastic performances by Pattinson, And now Pattinson is the BEST Batman I’ve ever seen.

    • @Gadget-Walkmen The Lighthouse where he's with Willum DaFoe. FANTASTIC movie.

    • @MCU same

  • 0:26 it’s actually really surprising and unique to see something a beautiful as this piece in a batman theme before it of course gets to the badass stuff.

    • Giacchino is a master

    • best part imo

  • This was the BEST portrayal of batman to date; the perfect mix of the grounded reality of Nolan's trilogy, the seriousness and badassness of the animated Series, and the dark style of Tim Burton. This is peak batman. Plus the plot was incredible. So tightly written, and well paced, with small action scenes sprinkled through rather than a few large set pieces, ending in a bug CGI battle at the end. It starts quickly and doesn’t let up until the end. And complex characters where your mind is changing with batman's mind; who's the villain, who’s the friend? This movie was about Batman being Batman.

    • @Jan Klaassen Perhaps, but Nolan is very bad at filming fight sequences

    • so amazing

    • *big, not "bug". This movie WAS a complete MASTERPIECE of a film!

    • @Jan Klaassen the batman is just a way better movie compared to batman begins and especially rises

    • @Jan Klaassen when he was tumbling after the crash (not sure about the crashing itself) it was actually practical with a few effects in the background!

  • The melodic part at the beginning is severely underrated. Absolutely beautiful orchestration and playing. Really encapsulates the heroism of Batman and how he realizes he has to be more than just fear, but hope too. Brilliant composing

  • The legacy of never having a bad Batman theme lives on.

    • @Consona Adversa Pars it's also a riff-off his own Star Trek (2009) theme.

    • @Gojirawars 03 you can forget Neil Hefti! It's be like not mentioning Monty Norman for original 007 theme.

    • @AMADO tell that to Ben affleck

    • Ben Affleck

    • @Consona Adversa Pars awww

  • every single batman movie always gives me the ups and downs of an ordinary person. every Batman movie has always scored above 8/10, every movie about him has always been deeply personal to me

    • @Geedi Probably not but not to worry, this movie, The Batman, is a MASTERPIECE of a film regardless of that one!

    • Even Batman and Robin lol?

  • The first half of his theme captures his heroic and selfless side. The other half captures the other, darker side of him that wants vengeance and retribution

    • listening to it after reading this makes the score much more beautiful

  • Brilliant. My husband and I are musicians and immediately figured out the interval (because we are nerds) and cannot stop tapping or walking this rhythm lol. And ave Maria woven in. Just brilliant

    • I play in an orchestra and I literally did the exact same throughout my days lately lol

    • I can't talk music with you on an equal ground, being absolutely ignorant. But I've always felt that Giacchino was a gifted composer since his Medal of Honor soundtracks. He has a kind of complexity and a subtle touch that even my coarse ears gan get.

  • Just watched it Yesterday. No words can explain how perfect this movie is. Definitely 10/10

    • @Roctiv Areved your definetly tripping

    • Well, infinity war has a tragic storyline and introduced Thanos, one of the best villains in comic history.

    • But then again I'm being subjective.

    • @The Russ Show yes. Way better

    • Better than Infinity war? I don’t think so.

  • The criminals at the beginning being scared of literally nothing is one of the most iconic Batman scenes of all time.

    • I had goosebumps

    • No one added their salary to 90k per month.

    • Poor husband all the time, faced negative assets poor and no money to spend with lots of insurance plans and children new assets loans

    • The criminals can be breaking bad teachers

    • @Witox Navarro I hope you really mean that because this movie TRULY is a phenomenal MASTERPIECE of a movie!

  • This soundtrack hits the soul. Awesome movie. Best Batman movie to date.

  • Pretty powerful. Days of the comedic Batman are gone. The score adds to the mystique and the darkness that should have always been.

  • It's definitely the best Batman movie, just perfect. No false morals for morons, revenge (no claim to fight for justice), a real investigation (this is the basis of the character), the atmosphere is perfect, the music too, the actors totally credible (Pattison is bluffing).

  • This is what our species has achieved. The perfect soundtrack of the man who is a bat, The Batman! Stunning!

  • I am going to have this on repeat for the next two months… and then probably longer than that… I CANNOT WAIT FOR THIS MOVIE.

    • I’ve uploaded a review for The Batman & it would be cool if other huge Batman fans could give their opinion on the movie & let us know where it ranks compared to all the other Batman movies! 🤙🏽 Would also be interesting to see if you agree or disagree with my opinion! 💯 Thanks for your time if you choose to do so! 🤘🏽•

    • @China_Sickness Well I was disappointed With how short it was! 3 hours isn't enough I want more!

    • I highly doubt you were disappointed. Absolute masterpiece of a film

  • The Batman is hands down one of the greatest cinematic pieces I've ever seen. The cinematography, the CGI, and the acting were all perfect.

  • He’s the light being in the shadows, as a torch in a dark forest, bringing hope and light secretly in the dark, giving the Gotham citizens hope, well done Robert.

  • I was so skeptical about Robert Pattinson playing The Batman, but he absolutely freaking nailed it!!! And the score used in key scenes was brilliant, it accentuated the tragedy and determination of his character.

  • I love how these themes can be so different for each movie, yet fit Batman so well.

  • That opening scene with the criminals looking up to the sky and seeing the bat signal in absolute fear and terror is one of the greatest moments I’ve seen in a superhero movie, period.

    • I feel like it's one of the first times the villains have actually feared the hero

    • Ya the song best from here 4:41

    • @Asaiah Well if you feel that way, you are obviously not the target audience for this movie.

    • Too bad its a lie since no one would be scared of batman especially a batman that looks like he got his costume from dollar tree and 2$ mascara

    • Your Tripping. The Best? Decent and all, But not the best.

  • This piece has to win the Oscar. Period.

  • Just watched the Batman movie a couple days ago. I couldn’t stop grinning through the whole movie I loved it so much. So glad I was able to witness this in theaters!!!

  • I'm reminded of what the great Shirley Walker (R.I.P.), the composer of Batman The Animated Series theme, said of Batman's themes. They start out with tragedy and sadness followed by heroicness and uplifting tones. This does just that

  • The scene with the red flare at the end was so beautiful.

  • EPIC!!!

    • I’ve uploaded a review for The Batman & it would be cool if other huge Batman fans could give their opinion on the movie & let us know where it ranks compared to all the other Batman movies! 🤙🏽 Would also be interesting to see if you agree or disagree with my opinion! 💯 Thanks for your time if you choose to do so! 🤘🏽•

    • YES

    • king

    • I CANNOT wait for your take on this

    • just 1 minute ago ??????

  • The best Batman theme since Danny Elfman's '89 theme, hands down. 3:58 onwards - perfection

    • Nahh, it's only Darth Vader for me 🙃🙃

  • In a time when we are so oversaturated with superhero, and even Batman content, they really knocked it out of the park. Brilliant movie, lighting cinematography, acting, costume, directing, script/storytelling, score, every facet of moviemaking is in top form.

  • 1 month ago The Batman was released and I still can't get over this movie. It's a freaking masterpiece on many levels of cinema I never thought a Gotham City could be so depressing with a serial killer on the loose with it being raining with Batman being the shadows as a horror movie monster.

  • The Batman was the closest thing to a real Batman we ever gonna see I feel like, it was over the top, maybe besides the fact Batman’s literally bulletproof, but other than that this movie was the most accurate and I feel it was just perfect, it was more relatable than most sci fi type Batman movies

    • How was it over the top? Compared to alot of Batman movies, this seems the most perfectly balanced.

    • It's supposed to feel "over the top", it's a comic book movie! This movie is an absolute MASTERPIECE of a movie!

  • Once again, batman casting critisism was proven to be very wrong.

    • @MyNameIs3ama Georgie Clooney could’ve been a great Batman, it’s just the bad script he was given. I swear I can make him give some justice…

    • Christane bale is best no one can take his place

    • Movie was terrible

    • @margareth michelina Adam West was excellent. You're right about George Clooney though.

    • Nah, this vampire is being forced down our throats with slick production. Robert Patterson is and always will be a glittery vampire.

  • The admixture of, on the one hand, darkness and vengeance, and on the other, hope and redemption as they are intertwined in this score is just remarkable. Truly a bravura work of art.

  • I can't get tired of listening to this soundtrack, simply majestic ❤

  • Love that the bat symbols shine birth in the darkness, it’s both a beacon of hope for the people of Gotham and a Warning for criminals.

  • Micheal Giacchino, Hans Zimmer, Shirley Walker, and Danny Elfman have created truly the best music for Batman.

  • It's funny how Hans Zimmer, Danny Elfman and Michael Giacchino have all done themes for both Batman and Spider-Man... and they're all awesome!

    • Don’t forget about hans zimmer he did the amazing Spider-Man 2 theme

    • Elfman is my favorite of them.

    • @Rasheed Hussain Michael has also composed for MI-3 and MI-4

    • @Rodrigo Peña nah according to sales Superman beats out both of them. But they are the most popular *animal* based superheroes

    • Joel Mole I AGREE with ya!! :D

  • Opening scene with pattinson's monologue about how the criminals fear him. It's perfection

  • This theme makes me feel heroic, hopeful, determined, strong, tough and sad all during the rhythm and crescendo. As a musician in an orchestra myself, I can also appreciate the absolute talent and beauty of what Giacchino’s conveying. Absolutely excellent

  • Me and my nephew went and saw this last night. It was the best Batman film I've seen yet imo. I want a physical copy once this releases!

  • The way it moves to a different and dark music is what makes it my favorite Batman theme

  • he is the darkest hero, but someway, he is the warmest too. The scene where gotham followed his light was so so meaningful

    • @Froxcroft Gaming i swear me too😂😂 it was my first idea, and i sayd this to my friend next to me every time i saw this kid (sry for my bad english, not narrative speaker)

    • @Froxcroft Gaming same

    • It's a marvelous scene. He sees he can't save Gotham by being vengeance, he has to be hope, a guiding light for the people of Gothem in darkness.

    • @Froxcroft Gaming The son right? The one who's Father died. The Mitchell person. Yea I thought so too, but The Batman 3 is confirmed and you never know what's coming

  • 3:58 - 6:47 This sound like an horror villain theme. Fits well the criminals' (and even some innocent citizens) views on the Batman

  • What I really loved about this movie is the atmosphere and score. The Batman encapsulates an accurate Gotham: dark and gritty, and with the rain as a cherry on top.

  • I'm so glad this movie exists

    • Me too

  • Michael Giacchino is a legend . He makes incredible themes . Man Dr Strange theme and now this . This guy knows how to make themes .

  • Theme hits different when you’ve seen the movie

    • @The_ Bamboozeler agreed 100% this movie screams *The Batman* not exactly like the dark knight series but the REAL and original batman

    • absolutely

    • Loolll so true

    • Absolutely

    • Yeah, the feeling is completly different

  • That was such an epic movie

  • Every time I walk alone I hear this music in my head.

  • the opening scene with batman's monologue and this music playing in the back is the literal definition of cinematic perfection. robert pattinson did an excellent job of batman, he fully embodied himself in the role and not only is that why he's such an incredible actor but that's why i believe he's truly the best batman there's ever been.

  • This got inspired by funeral march along with imperial march.

  • Man I watched this movie yesterday, it was the perfect batman movie. Chills every time this theme came out, it really makes you feel fear when you hear this.

    • @Tubagus Naizak Weak troll attempt

    • seen it 6 times in theaters

    • I’ve uploaded a review for The Batman & it would be cool if other huge Batman fans could give their opinion on the movie & let us know where it ranks compared to all the other Batman movies! 🤙🏽 Would also be interesting to see if you agree or disagree with my opinion! 💯 Thanks for your time if you choose to do so! 🤘🏽••

    • @Tubagus Naizak No Way Home was kinda trash tho

    • @Shubham BHARDWAJ I've noticed it to

  • Amazing how effective two simple notes/chords can be.

  • I play this when I'm close to home as I commute, timing it to match from the sunset drive all the way to the car entering the garage. What a way to end the day :)

  • The most realistic yet visceral portrayal of Batman to ever hit the silver screen!

  • I stand with the claim that this is the best Batman movie, and possibly the best superhero movie (my vote would go to either this or Spider-Man 2). I’d say as an overall movie, TDK is better, but as a “Batman movie”, The Batman is definitely superior. In The Batman, it captures Batman’s personal conflicts and themes better, Bruce/Batman has more screen time, Bruce is a deeper character, he’s portrayed better, he actually does some detective work, and it overall feels more loyal to the source material (and because I’m a huge Batman fan that likes the comics, I prefer The Batman over TDK)

  • I just saw this movie tonight. It was absolutely incredible. Robert Pattinson went way above my expectations.

    • Il y’aura

    • your expectations must have been seriously wrong in the first place then

    • seen it 6 times in theaters

    • indeed, i never underestimated him from the first

    • Same

  • I loved the whole film! I absolutely love the ending a great way to finish off the movie. The music the goodbye the motorcycle drive away come on man this is brilliant!

  • SIMPLESMENTE PERFEITO!! TEMA MARAVILHOSO...

  • The start of this film got me hooked. I felt that it’d be an instant masterpiece

  • An amazing, dark, emphatic theme for the Batman. When that theme played in the movie and the criminals sensed his presence, it was a really great moment.

  • Was not expecting that first half to be so uplifting

    • I’ve uploaded a review for The Batman & it would be cool if other huge Batman fans could give their opinion on the movie & let us know where it ranks compared to all the other Batman movies! 🤙🏽 Would also be interesting to see if you agree or disagree with my opinion! 💯 Thanks for your time if you choose to do so! 🤘🏽•

    • The first half of the movie is pure perfection. The second one, not so much.

    • @Kendog you actually called how it goes down in the movie - credit to the composer that it could convey that sentiment ahead of even seeing the movie

    • @Kendog awesome!

    • @pmsanchez I was pretty close! Also it was such a great film as well! I've already seen it 3 times XD

  • This movie felt like taxi driver, batman begins, and seven, best batman movie i ever saw.

  • The goosebumps I got when this started playing in the first scene was crazy!!! I wanna rewatch this in a better cinema, great movie!

  • This track resonates to me how I lost everything to the Pandemic in 2020, but in 2022, I have regained my life stonger than ever.

  • one of the best batman that i have ever seen. More Humane, More emotional, more vengeful.... and Robert Pattinson nailed it....

  • “Gotham is a big city. I can’t be everywhere. But they think I am in the shadows. What they don’t know is that I AM THE SHADOWS”

    • @youknow whoiam For you

    • ​@Daniel. Meza. You're big guy

    • A big city with souls at the same levels , not physically at 100% dr sleep.

    • @NoJusticeNoPeace "For you"

    • Sounds edgy

  • Thursday. October 31st. The city streets are crowded for the holiday, even with the rain. Hidden in the chaos is the element, waiting to strike like snakes. But I’m there too… watching 🦇🔥🖤

  • Probably not their intention, but the red emblem makes him somewhat look like Batman Beyond.

    • No no no, you don't just take a fully black silhouette of Batman and give it a red bat insignia for no reason

  • I love how this music fits in Every scene.

  • "They think I'm hiding in the shadows, waiting to strike. But they don't understand... I AM THE SHADOWS!"

    • Bane: "You were adopted by the darkeness".. " I was born in it!".. :) ;)

  • I like that this version has a jazzy feel to it, and a half noir. It doesn't sound Hans Zimmer-ish. It stands on its own. Well done Michael Giacchino

    • People are so easy to please these days

    • @Tiberio TriPPn He's confusing that blues lick at the beginning with jazz. The 'cowboy' sound not 10 seconds in.

    • Not hearing jazz at all. Not even blues. Just sounds gothic / orchestral.

    • @mmm watcha say thats something i never thought of...nice observation

    • @real Bojack Horseman Parts remind me of Star Trek 2009 Reboot.

  • Robert Pattison is the best Batman ever! His movie is the best Batman ever! There I said it! I don't care! Come at me now!

  • Masterpiece. I love this theme so much 🥰

  • 0:47 wow what a rendition and tone. I keep hearing this part and it makes me so calm 😍

  • This movie is a masterpiece, and this theme is part of the reason why ❤️

  • This song makes you wanna climb up a building during a rainy day and look absolutely badass while looking down on the city

    • Kind of makes me want to watch Starwars tbh.

    • Or go to the toilet and give all u have and GET THAT CONSTIPATED LOOK ANGRILY!!THIS THEME WOULD BE PERFECT THERE!!

    • @Bit man but it’s raining, hope you don’t slip…

    • this song makes me also wanna climb up the walls

    • Nah I'd be worried about slipping and then falling off the building

  • 3:58 I love this part to the end the dark mysterious and powerful music is absolutely a masterpiece.

  • The starting scene with how Pattison narrates the fear criminals have when batman is out is just perfect, the music and the ambience made it unique

  • Es increíble, me encanta 🥰

  • The music gives me older movie music vibes, love it very much.

  • What I liked about this batman, is that he realized at the end of the movie that he needed to be more then just a nightmare for criminals. Especially through the beginning we saw how that man he saved was also afraid of him. At the end realized that while the criminals have to fear him at the same the civilians have to see him as a Symbole of hope, that one day gotham will be saved

    • I AM VENGANCE I AM THE NIGHT I AM BATMAN

    • @Pigcat Excuse me, but I'm not the one who was labeling Batman's monologue at the beginning of the film; as some kind of Rorschach-sequel incel type of speech. In fact that you are using the word "incel" in such a poor and reductive way, highlights that you are the one with a political biased. The movie wasn't trying to make a "stunning and necessary political commentary" that Batman's broddy monologues and vigilantism were wrong and an incel-attetitude; the movie was explicitly criticizing that VENGEANCE is wrong and destructive not only for Bruce but all of Gotham's citizens because it creates more violence and Batman was inspiring people in the wrong way. I'm sorry but Matt Reeves didn't intend for the movie to be a commentary against "right-wing incels", but an analysis and deconstruction of the idea of pursuing Vengeance.

    • @The Dark Knight no i just don't like frank miller's peculiar interpretation of the character. I like most other interpretations of Batman, diverse as they are. I was worried in the beginning because I didn't want to watch a movie unironically and uncritically copying something like Rorschach, a character created to make fun of ayn rand fans and how gross they are. And I didn't want a retread of Nolan films either which were heavily influenced by Miller. If any of this seems strange or confusing to you and makes you jump to conclusions that it's my politics instead of a fairly straightforward reading of the text, it's not my fault you have poor media literacy. You should stop reading into things using your political bias and look at evidence from the text more.

    • @Pigcat You missed the entire point of the character because you want to interpret it and make it fit with your social beliefs.

    • When Batman was beating that Riddler guy at the end, and Gordon asked his name. He said his name was vengeance, and Batman was staring at him speechless. That is when he knew he had to become a symbol of hope for Gotham. The bad guys were mocking him for that. That is why Riddler got the intention that Batman was a criminal like him.

  • Just finished watching this epic movie, loved it

  • I just came back from the theaters after watching this movie for the 2nd time and let me just say this definitely has become one of my favorites because literally everything about this movie is amazing. The music, the cinematic shots, the narration, the feeling this movie gives you feel by watching it. Like this movie is straight up a beautiful piece of art and i love it so much

  • I swear this film needs to be at least nominated for Best Original Score at the Oscars next year

  • When Batman used a red flare to pull people out of the rumbles, it reminded me of the Greek Mythical figure of Prometheus who stole the Fire from the Gods, and brought it to the rest of humanity.

  • The Batman theme is a masterpiece, just like the film. I am going to leave a comment here so after a week, a month or maybe a year when someone likes it or leaves a reply, I get reminded of this brilliant piece of music. ; )

  • Great theme, I never thought a Batman theme could come close to Danny Elfman’s, but this one is up there

  • When I workout at night sometimes this theme be on reapeat gets me so amped up. Especially when it's raining with a little bit of thunder. What a master piece of music.

  • This ost and hans Zimmer amazing spiderman ost's are one of the best masterpieces ever made

  • I’ll never forget that police station escape scene