In my opinion, you're being too micro in your post.
In the case of a subwoofer system, it's about the overall theme of the video and how successfully the sound track compliments the video being viewed.There is no best.
What there is, is the successful (acceptability) ability of the producer and sound engineer to convey to the viewing public, the intended emotional content on what "THEY" want the viewer to experience.
This is a combination of writing, acting, sound engineering and the ability of the overall collaboration to convey the intended visceral "experience."
My current favs are "The Long Kiss Goodnight" and "Battle: Los Angeles."
"The Mask", a compilation of skits, does this very well but in truth, the timing of it all is terrible."Let's Rock This Joint"
Regarding a question of this kind, the question becomes, what has the viewer done to raise the ability of their subwoofer system to "FULLY" replicated the intended viewing experience? If the "HOME THEATER OWNER" hasn't taken the time to install an up and running sound system capable of replicating the intent of the producer, none of anything on the part of the Home Theater owner means doodle.
If your system is not up to snuff, questions of this type are rhetorical.