I especially like a good film score.
GDub and I just watched “The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford” directed by Andrew Dominik. The score is by Nick Cave and Warren Ellis and it “fit real good.” Fiddle, piano, guitar. Lonely and moody like the midwestern scenery.
It is always a pleasure when the the underscoring compliments the time period, the costuming is painstakingly accurate and the sets are scrupulously detailed. Toss in some great acting and ya got a winner.