The Top Five Mark Mothersbaugh Movie Scores of His Career

Mark Mothersbaugh was one of the primary composers and members of the band called Devo. He’s been a songwriter, a singer, and a record producer as well as a composer in his time. He’s been involved with TV and movie soundtracks and tends to produce a very strong, almost playful sound that still carries a heavy amount of feeling and punch that helps drives those movies that he lends his talents to. He’s been seen as a very influential composer and also a brilliant musician in his time since he has contributed so much to the industry and to his hometown in general.

After all a city doesn’t give you a key to the city for no good reason.

5. 21 Jump Street

When two guys that had nothing to do with each other in high school get together on the police force and become best friends it becomes a recipe for hilarity and disaster. The two have to infiltrate a high school in order to uncover a dangerous drug ring that’s being run out of the school by someone that the cops haven’t been able to track down yet.

4. Happy Gilmore

Happy Gilmore’s that guy that says and does thing without thinking. He might be sorry about it afterward and decide to apologize and make nice, but at that moment he’s all emotion and no thought. When it comes to golf however he’s got a long ball that would make any professional weep for joy if they could hit it that hard. Unfortunately that’s about the only contribution he can bring to the game.

3. Lords of Dogtown

Back in the day when hanging out with friends and making sure that no one encroached on your territory were the most important things in life you did what was necessary to keep everything running smoothly. But when things started changing that was when people started seeing each other in a different light and life started becoming a very complicated thing.

2. Last Vegas

When a bunch of friends are together there’s nothing that can stop them and nothing that can be done without all of them standing up for each other. While time and age might wear a few things down the strength of that bond that forms between them is something that never really goes away. If you treat your friends like family then there’s no way you’ll ever get rid of them, and you’ll defend them to the end.

1. Thor: Ragnarok

The MCU has certainly gone through some rapid and extensive development since being brought to the movies. Thor has become one of the most beloved heroes on the big screen but he’s also had to deal with some of the biggest changes. First he had to become worthy of his own weapon again, then he had to form an alliance with the Avengers, and now he has to find a way to save his home from the sister he didn’t know he had. That’s a lot to take in, even for a god of thunder.

Mark Mothersbaugh is truly a gifted composer.


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