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Is She with You?

Hans Zimmer & Junkie XL - Is She with You?
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Natapon J
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Imagine if you heard Soundtrack like this in Justice League.
Gomathi Naayagam
Gomathi Naayagam 2 답글 연결
I am here to save your time.
1)Wonderwoman, badass , Hans Zimmer , greatest soundtrack are the words mumbo Jumbo ed in this comment section
Renan Almeida
Renan Almeida 1 답글 연결
3:09 EPIC
Winchester_2247 Has hax
People had a tough decision over whether they liked BVS. However, I think we can all agree on how badass WW was when she appeared to kick ass
Adam Nilvana
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Juste perfect
TheMarionick
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Dark Knight Rises meets electric guitar.
Patrick's Crazy Place
When a movie only does one thing right...
Jaylene Hake
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Anyone else come here through the Brett Ratner scandal? #YourWrathUponThisWorldIsOver #TrueWonderWoman
Kedrick Duran
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Ty Shazam
Aidan Flenniken
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I cant believe this its awesome
George Tosounidis
George Tosounidis 6 답글 연결
Compare this masterpiece to the New Justice league Wonder woman theme. Elfman ruined it. We want Zimmer back.
Jooey
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George Tosounidis ..ofc he did ruin the entire masterpiece 😭
NC Quadraxis
NC Quadraxis 3 답글 연결
I had to come here after listening to that fucking piece of shit Elfman JL so called "score"
Jooey
Jooey 18 답글 연결
here after JUSTICE LEAGUE OST 😑😢
Bring back Zimmer..
Zo Arquenix
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Evan Green yeah, MoS and BvS soundtracks are absolute masterpiece and in line with Snyder's vision. Even my girlfriend (which is a fan of Snyder's WW) is so dissapointed she said "Where's the WW theme? Where is it??". It's there, but barely there. MoS and BvS is the last good music of DCEU.
Evan Green
Evan Green 2 답글
Damn, that sucks. I already have that feeling from listening to the soundtrack. I can't get over how perfect Zimmer & Junkie XL are for Snyder's vision of DC. Man of Steel soundtrack was so damn good!
Zo Arquenix
Zo Arquenix 2 답글
Evan Green I am so agree with you. The serious and dark tone of DC is what differentiate between them and Marvel. I still cannot move on from the garbage Elfman brought to our Justice League....
Evan Green
Evan Green 3 답글
Yuck. DC need to double-down on what they do best. Serious, moody, dark, plot-driven films. They need to stop trying to be Marvel.
Zo Arquenix
Zo Arquenix 2 답글
Elfman didn't just murdered WW theme. Elfman murdered JL.
After watching the movie, you'll get what I'm saying.
All I hear is stupid cheesy music and Avengers theme.
Alonso Xavier Quito Becerra
Who came here after hearing JL's soundtrack? I personally would prefer at least Junkie XL as the official composer for the next movie. Sorry, but I don't like so much what Elfman did. Miss this real music.
EgocentricHead
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“You say something like "in my view" and then follow it up with "that's how it always was". That's contradictory. You cannot state a viewpoint to be a fact.”

How it can be contradictory if that is continuation of my “in my view” sentiment? “That’s how it always was” means “That’s how it always was [to me]”. Are you that stupid?

“You should have realized there that your argument made no sense, but seeing as how you didn't, let's continue.”

And your original “argument” made sense? You called Elfman a hack out of a blue and now you’re acting as if originally you did not insult an artist for no rhyme or reason? Calling someone a hack because their music doesn’t resonate with you is the exact type of behavior you are now trying to apply to me, sweetheart. It won’t work.

“In the context of this scenario, "real music" = "good music". That's what he was referring to. It's not that hard to understand.”

Well, in this case scenario, good music can’t be defined definitively, because music is subjective, and whether it’s good or not is up to the listener.

“I agree with that, but you're completely missing the point.”

Nope.

“He was referring to "good music" by calling it "real music".”

I understood it way before you started performing your mental gymnastics, sweetheart. Which is why, for me, the usage of such adjective was funny in this case, since this guy says that a music made on a computer is a real music for him. I don’t know, it’s just funny (and sad).

“Whether or not that is accurate doesn't mean anything because that's not at all what the point of the comment was about.”

Well, his point was pretty stupid, because he should’ve chosen the other word to use, the one that wouldn’t be so contradictory to his statement.

“His point is simply that he doesn't like Elfman's Justice League score.”

Yeah, but using terms like “real music” to say that Elfman doesn’t make “real music” is stupid, to say the least, knowing the contradictory nature of this word in this case.

“Sorry. I guess defending him and defending him are two different things. That was sarcasm, if you couldn't tell. “

Your sarcasm is as bad as your attempts at being civil after you wrote in your original response a baseless insult towards a man who clearly couldn’t fit into the definition your ascribed to him due to his level of success.

“The thing is, no one who wasn't defending Elfman would so furiously come in to nitpick something so fucking insignificant on a comment that had something negative to say about Elfman's work.”

Again, sweetheart, who is defending who? First, I pointed out the stupidity of the original poster’s statement. Then, I pointed out the stupidity of your statement, because Elfman couldn’t be a hack on any level, considering for how long he’s been in a business and much recognition he gained.

“Missing the point again.”

Really? I don’t think so. Your “point” was, that an iconic film composer like Danny Elfman is a hack. And, from what I understand, that’s not the case, because if he was a hack, as you said, he wouldn’t be in the business for 30+ years and wouldn’t be recognized by the Academy.

“In an interview, Elfman literally said something along the lines of "there's only ever been one Batman theme." He's a narcissistic douche.”

See… That’s funny how you said that I missed the point of something that you, or the original poster have said, yet, here you are spelling out complete nonsense, completely missing the point. What’s the connection between Elfman being a hack (a person who lacks competency and talent) and Elfman being a narcissist (a person who is in love with himself)? Those are two different things, pal. You can be a narcissist yet be severely talented. And it can be the opposite. You said that Elfman was a hack. If you said that based on his quotes about which Batman theme is the definitive, then you just pissed all over your own self, pal, because you COMPLETELY missed the point.

“The fact that he even took the job when Warner Bros fired Junkie is a sign of that.”

I’m sorry, what? Junkie XL, apparently, did a crappy score for JL. Joss Whedon and Warner. Brothers did not like it. They parted their ways with him and brought someone else who would fulfill their vision for the type of movie they were making. There is nothing narcissistic in taking a job if someone asks you. Also, I’m pretty sure Junkie XL got paid for his work. His ego may have been hurt, but his valet wasn't.

“Junkie was pumped, dude. He was ready to make his name known, and all of a sudden, Elfman decides that he knows better than someone whose Batman work has been praised since the movie's release.”

First, Junkie XL’s name was already known. Not only for his film scoring, but also for his work as a DJ. Second, Elfman didn’t decide jack shit, you dumbass. I don’t know if you know this, but film composers don’t choose the projects for themselves. They can’t just walk into the studio and demand to make a music for a film. They get approached by the filmmaker, or the studio. So you already wrong about Elfman on all accounts. Third of all, Junkie XL’s Batman theme was garbage. GAR-BA-GE. It was awful, unmemorable, and lame.

“And before you say it hasn't been, go to literally any fucking track from BvS involving Batman. “

You mean like that shitty Batman theme, that has one cringeworthy motif made of two notes, that you can barely hear because of how loud the drums are?

“Seriously. Beautiful Lie, Do You Bleed, New Rules, Fight Night, Black and Blue, any of them.”

Beautiful Lie was written by Zimmer. Do You Bleed gave me a headache. New Rules is just ambient noise. Fight Night is the exact same track as Do You Bleed. They just have slight variation. Black and Blue gave me a headache, too.

“Then look at the comments. People love that shit.”

I know. Some people love listening to shit.

“Whether you do or not is irrelevant.”

Um, and why is it? Why is it irrelevant?

“One more thing: Elfman's music, whether you like it or not, is unoriginal.”

I don’t think you can say that while presenting Hans Zimmer as someone who doesn’t have that. If you play different tracks by Zimmer, Harry Gregson-Williams, Junkie XL, and Klaus Badelt (Zimmer’s prodigies) to a person who doesn’t know who wrote the music, and if you’d ask who wrote that music, that person wouldn’t tell you in a million years if that is one or different composers, because it all sounds the same, because Zimmer and his prodigies write same exact thing over and over again. Zimmer reused the same motif from Thin Red Line for Inception and 12 Years a Slave. And Henry Jackman (another Zimmer’s prodigy) used it in the Captain Phillips. Yeah, tell me about originality, pal.

“Zimmer may use "cliches", if you want to call them that, but at least each different soundtrack has a unique feeling to it. Pirates of the Caribbean feels way different than The Amazing Spider-Man 2.”

So, what you’re saying, is that, the only time when Zimmer’s music scores differentiate from another, is when he decides to write a score so bad, it becomes easily distinguishable? Because The Amazing Spider-Man 2 has the worst superhero score ever written. It doesn't even compare to the greatness that Elfman gave to the first two Spider-Man movies.

“People who say his work all sounds the same are retarded.”

Thanks for proving what kind of a stupid moron you are, half-wit.

“Hell, even some of his works from the same franchise feel totally different. Listen to Ideal of Hope, then listen to Is She With You, then listen to New Rules.”

New Rules was written by Junkie Xl. The other tracks you’ve mentioned were co-composed by Zimmer’s prodigies.

All in all, you didn’t manage to get your point across, pal.
Scarlet West
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You say something like "in my view" and then follow it up with "that's how it always was". That's contradictory. You cannot state a viewpoint to be a fact.
You should have realized there that your argument made no sense, but seeing as how you didn't, let's continue. Your viewpoint of what "real" music is and his use of the word are two different things.
In the context of this scenario, "real music" = "good music". That's what he was referring to. It's not that hard to understand.
"Just because he didn't like it doesn't make it less real"
I agree with that, but you're completely missing the point. He was referring to "good music" by calling it "real music". Whether or not that is accurate doesn't mean anything because that's not at all what the point of the comment was about. His point is simply that he doesn't like Elfman's Justice League score.
"First of all, who said anything about me defending him?"
Sorry. I guess defending him and defending him are two different things. That was sarcasm, if you couldn't tell. The thing is, no one who wasn't defending Elfman would so furiously come in to nitpick something so fucking insignificant on a comment that had something negative to say about Elfman's work.
"He got nominated for four Oscars. I wish I could also be a hack like him."
Missing the point again. In an interview, Elfman literally said something along the lines of "there's only ever been one Batman theme." He's a narcissistic douche. The fact that he even took the job when Warner Bros fired Junkie is a sign of that. Junkie was pumped, dude. He was ready to make his name known, and all of a sudden, Elfman decides that he knows better than someone whose Batman work has been praised since the movie's release. And before you say it hasn't been, go to literally any fucking track from BvS involving Batman. Seriously. Beautiful Lie, Do You Bleed, New Rules, Fight Night, Black and Blue, any of them. Then look at the comments. People love that shit. Whether you do or not is irrelevant.
One more thing: Elfman's music, whether you like it or not, is unoriginal. Zimmer may use "cliches", if you want to call them that, but at least each different soundtrack has a unique feeling to it. Pirates of the Caribbean feels way different than The Amazing Spider-Man 2. People who say his work all sounds the same are retarded. Hell, even some of his works from the same franchise feel totally different. Listen to Ideal of Hope, then listen to Is She With You, then listen to New Rules. It all sounds different, but it all fits the franchise. NONE of what Elfman has done for the past few years has been original. It's a blend of all his previous work, plus some things that aren't even his. It doesn't have musical continuity with the previous films, and to top it all off, it's discordant. There's maybe one part of Hero's Theme that sounds decent, and it's towards the end, but it's way too short.
EgocentricHead
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"That doesn't mean anything."

Yes it does. The guy was talking about "real music", and, in my view, real music is the kind of music that is performed live. That is how it always was.

"Music doesn't have to be performed by a live orchestra to be "real music" in the context of this scenario."

Then, in the context of this "scenario", anything is a real music. Including Elfman's music. Just because he didn't like it doesn't make it less real.

"Stop defending Elfman's unoriginality and realize that just because you like something, doesn't mean everyone should."

First of all, who said anything about me defending him? I just corrected this guy's stupid statement. And, second of all, if you want to talk about originality of the film composers, take a look at this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T7uK-Y704oE&t=119s
Scarlet West
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EgocentricHead That doesn't mean anything. Music doesn't have to be performed by a live orchestra to be "real music" in the context of this scenario. Stop defending Elfman's unoriginality and realize that just because you like something, doesn't mean everyone should.
EgocentricHead
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"Yeah, Elfman is a hack."

He got nominated for four Oscars. I wish I could also be a hack like him.
梁家宇
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jessie graff in sasuke
Kevin Campbell
Kevin Campbell 4 답글 연결
I hope my neighbours like this.
Markos Kalapothareas
Markos Kalapothareas 12 답글 연결
damn you elfman..
Casanova Frankenstein
Casanova Frankenstein 12 답글 연결
just came here from Danny Elfmans "steppenwolf" &the difference in quality is so sad.. get well soon Zack. we await your return &bring either Zimmer or XL with you
Kevin Campbell
Kevin Campbell 2 답글
Hans should have collaborated with Elfman if he didn't want to be the sole composer on JL if he was worn out. Elfman's score sounds like it was made with plastic instruments.
reece taylor
reece taylor 1 답글 연결
this theme was so much better than the movies main theme lol
Shikhar Jain
Shikhar Jain 5 답글 연결
Let's not forget Tina Guo, who actually designed this soundtrack

Kristen N
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2nd to Batman's theme music
B.B.C #31Hunnit #FumblenForcer #Slamin'Nat,Gavel
I hope Danny Elfman doesn't fuck this up. Make it sound all out of place..
thegooseman90
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B.B.C #31Hunnit #FumblenForcer #Slamin'Nat,Gavel I got the impression he had something going but gave up midway and settled for less.
Rethesh Savillo
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Awesome
Gaby Gal
Gaby Gal 4 답글 연결
My new alarm. It's like going to sleep as a mere female mortal and waking up as a warrior goddess lol 😅😅
JosephTheCastle
JosephTheCastle 15 답글 연결
THIS IS WHAT YOU CALL A DC SCORE
Ricardo Martinez Lopez
Way better than what they did with the justice league theme
kj walton
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This isn't really wonder woman's theme. If you listen closely it has Batman's theme and Superman's theme. Therefore THIS IS THE TRINITY'S THEME!
kj walton
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Macspoon Macspoon Nope. Well okay duh it is technically wonder womans theme. Because its tje major part of the orchestra. But you're wrong. This orchestra was NOT used in the wonder woman movie. You're only hearing the major parts of this orchestra. The major part is wonder womans theme the minor parts have batman and Superman themes. Let me explain.
Batman's theme kicks in 0:31 (this is a minor part of the orchestra)

Wonder Woman's theme obviously but 1:47

Superman's theme is 1:59

WW theme takes over the whole song because its her time to shine in the movie. But batman and superman are still in the battle as well therefore their themes were add into her theme thus making it The Trinity theme.
Macspoon
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+kj walton Only because of the scene, but it doesn't start until she deflects Doomsday's attack. It's her theme and used in her solo film as well. Why do you think they titled it the way they did?
Pa Nick. gr
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Best music ever
Yeah it's Me
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Best song theme EVER even better than the others wait no, it's better than better than better than better than better than better than better than better than better than better than better than better than better than better than better than better than better than better than better lol
Linnet HoffMan
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1:32 - 1:56 FAV AWESOME

Hork the Rhymer
Hork the Rhymer 2 답글 연결
I thought she was with you
homiefromfl
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Gotta say, the only good things from that movie: Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, and this theme.
LeJon Brames
LeJon Brames 1 답글
warehouse scene as well
homiefromfl
homiefromfl 2 답글
Worrrrd. To each his own.
shubham yadav
shubham yadav 2 답글
homiefromfl for you. I loved the movie, not hating tho
MOHAMAD FITRI Fauzi
hans is so cool..sounded like come and hit with everything you got ,, like pink floyd in echoes
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rdHoICQiKBU
xvjk5007x
xvjk5007x 1 답글 연결
Say what you will about DCU vs MCU. But while MCU has absolutely forgettable music, anyone who hears this from now on is going to go "THAT is WONDER WOMAN'S song."

Much like Joker's TDK theme, legendary and forever iconic.
Macspoon
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+LeJon Brames I know a lot of Marvel and MCU fans in general. They all said the Avengers theme isn't that memorable and wanted more from it. Just because the two Avengers films did better than the first two Thor films doesn't mean the theme is more memorable. Their argument was basically if the Avengers' theme stayed consistent and didn't get changed, it would have been.
LeJon Brames
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Macspoon I'm pretty sure if you asked anyone if either Avengers theme of Thor theme is more iconic, they'd definitely say Avengers
Macspoon
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+LeJon Brames Not really since they changed it up a couple of times. Thor's theme is more iconic and known in the MCU than the Avengers theme.
LeJon Brames
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avengers theme is pretty iconic
Jon'n Jonn'z
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YEAHH İS THE BEST!!
Ellesar68
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Epic movie. Christen Bale ( Batman ), Gal Gadot ( Wonder Women ), Christopher Reeves ( Superman ).  Wish this could happen. :(.  Those are the iconic actors that will always be remembered for those roles.
Randomizer
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what a waste...
TonyKanameKuran
TonyKanameKuran 3 답글
Yeah... your comment is a fucking waste.
Adnan khan
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the only reason I like this movie
Matheus Oliveira
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Que tesão de música
Caden Presley
Caden Presley 5 답글 연결
Gotta give credit to Tina Guo as well. She is such a breathtaking Cello player. Everything about this piece is just epic.
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