Top Ten Best Movie Soundtracks


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241Up (Michael Giacchino)

What is wrong with you people? this was an amazing peice of work, and yet it's number 207?!? what?!

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242Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind (Joe Hisaishi)

Absolutely beautiful and epic!

243Thin Red Line (Hans Zimmer)

Another really good one

244The Last Airbender (James Newton Howard)
245The Blue Lagoon
246I Saw The Devil
248Pitch Perfect
249The Exorcist

This should be higher above the list. This is the kind of music I associate with the mysterious and unknown.

It sounds so mysterious and exotic. it really sounds like it's from another world. that is quite an accomplishment for a person to achieve.

Tubular Bells by Mike Oldfield is fantastic! I didn't think anyone could write something like this. It truly is a piece of art.

250Kill Bill Vol 2
251One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (Jack Nitzsche)
252The Conversation (David Shire)
253Seconds (Jerry Goldsmith)
254Altered States (John Corigliano)
255Mean Streets
256Taxi Driver (Bernard Herrmann)

It sounds so soothing and relaxing. it's the kind of music that plays whenever you walk downtown or if you wanna have time to yourself.

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257Days of Heaven (Ennio Morricone)
258The Untouchables (Ennio Morricone)

Wow 201? Anything Ennio Morricone touches is a piece of gold. The score is way better than the movie which was meh.

259Bullitt (Lalo Schifrin)
260The Sugarland Express (John Williams)
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