Every DC Extended Universe Film Score, Ranked From Worst To Best

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Justice League Zack Snyder DC Warner BrosJohn Williams and Danny Elfman have already put together legendary and iconic sounds to two of the world’s finest with Superman and Batman but Hans Zimmer really changed things up after his scores for the Christopher Nolan’s “Dark Knight” trilogy. The emotion or action of a scene can be made or broken with what sounds the audiences take in and that’s why scores are so important to these characters.

We as fans don’t know what certain characters are supposed to sound like but once those notes hit us in the right way, then that’s all we can think about for the rest of the movie or franchise. That’s a key part of the movie making process that gets overlooked. With that in mind, I decided to rank every DC Extended Universe film score from worst to best.

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  • Diego Fernando Salazar Proaño

    I’m sorry, but saying Junkie XL’s Batman theme (where Zimmer also collaborated, as per themselves) is one note repeated twelve times makes me think you didn’t really hear the theme at all. That was the intro. Listen specially to the last 2-3 minutes of The Batman Suite to know what I mean. Also, come on, there were several solid moments on that score. Wonder Woman, anyone?

  • Maxi Iroh

    1- MoS
    2- BvS
    3- WW
    4- SS
    5- JL

  • For me, Wonder Woman, then Justice League, then Suicide Squad, then Man of Steel then lastly Batman V Superman. Some of these Hans Zimmer and Junkie XL scores are so unmotivating and droning that you wonder what it was they were thinking about when composing these scores. That’s just my thoughts