JESUS FUCKING CHRIST.
Please go get a job scoring films so I don't have to torment myself about not being so damn good. I look at this picture and hear your music and I swear, I am not hallucinating, the girl is swinging and the leaves are MOVING. THAT is the criteria of a 30/30 for relevance. :)
Jesus, those chords at the start. Wagner would shit his pants at 0:23 and 0:32, and so would Hans Zimmer.
During the climax, there's a high horn line that's really quiet, and then at the very end it, alone, blares out. I dunno what's up with this, but it just doesn't work for me. Maybe have it at a mf or a f there and consider what else you can do for the ending... maybe have the harp pluck a low note. I've done that, heh. Works fine for release after a battle. The ending is just as important as the start, and DAYUM what a start you had. :D
I wish you added some nice timpani action in there at the climax too to back up the basses + snare, and maybe a trumpet line on top. Also consider using the gong for that lead-in to the epic part. It can really create a great lead-in.
Consider maybe some grace note stuff in the harp part to add more rhythmic diversity. Remember the harpist has her other hand to continue doing arps while the one hand does stuff on the top. The harp can pluck chords during the battle to add to the texture if you want too. :)
Keep compos(ed/ing) as always, my friend!
Total: 88/100 (NG: 4.5 stars)