Since Mr Zimmer has been taking a beating around this place lately, I thought I would add in some positive thinking to counter the 'negative waves' as Oddball would say.
Some of my favourite cues are (in no particular order): -"All of Them!" from King Arthur -"Time" from Inception -"Chevaliers De Sangreal" from the Da Vinci Code -"Science & Religion" from Angels & Demons -"Maestro" from The Holiday -"Psychological Recovery... 6 Months" from Sherlock Holmes
I will agree with you on The Da Vinci Code but I will add "Discombobulate" from Sherlock Holmes. I know this may not count since this film was a bit over ten years ago but I will go with my favorite Zimmer score Black Hawk Down. These two are "Vale of Plenty" and "Synchrotone."
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 - "Cold War" Angels & Demons - "Science and Religion" and "160 BPM" Batman Begins - "Molossus" The Dark Knight - "Like a Dog Chasing Cars" The Dark Knight Rises - "Imagine the Fire" and "The End" The DaVinci Code - "Salvete Virgines" Inception - "Old Souls" and "Mombassa" King Arthur (HAPPY 10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY TO THIS DREADFUL MOVIE AND WONDEROUS SCORE!) - "Budget Meeting" The Lone Ranger - "Finale" Man of Steel - "Flight" and "Earth" Pirates 2: Dead Man's Chest - "The Kraken" Pirates 3: At World's End - "Parlay" Rango - "Rango Returns" Rush - "For Love" and "Lost But Won" Sherlock Holmes - "Marital Sabotage" Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows - "Did You Kill My Wife?" (GREAT TITLE TOO!) 12 Years a Slave - "Boat Trip to New Orleans"
"Dream is Collapsing" from Inception - my pick for possibly the most thrilling cue of the decade so far.
This is also the ringtone I use for when my job calls me.
As for Hans, the first thought was Last Samurai's "A Way Of Life" but thats past the ten year mark now (!!!). I'll have to go with "Imagine The Fire" from Dark Knight Rises (an otherwise awful affair) or "Cold War" from Amazing Spider-Man 2 (which is an otherwise slightly better affair than Dark Knight Rises).
I am SO not up to date when it comes to Zimmer the last 10 years. I am not really buying many full soundtracks any more, that's why I enjoy Zimmer compilations more and more, like the ones from Silva Screen. I hope there will be a volume 3 soon.
But I like Maestro from The Holiday and Old Souls from Inception, and stuff from Rush, The Bible, Kung Fu Panda, The Weather Man, Batman Begins and King Arthur.