Top Ten Best Movie SoundtracksMatrixGuy
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Musically to rank trash like Grease ahead of this masterpiece of a score is insane.
This has such an adventurous score unlike garbage like Titanic and Grease.
More quirky than Titanic but that's why this score is more interesting.V4 Comments
Just listen to it! Even if you're not a fan of the movies, forget that and listen to the music.V2 Comments
How this hauntingly beautiful masterpiece is not in the top 10 beats me...
This is an amazing sound track. I also can't believe that it is so far down... in the 210th place.V2 Comments
In the House, In a Heartbeat. Best apocalyptic music there has been.
Agreed this soundtrack does not have even a single original song and is all but a playlist but the way the songs merge into the movie and become an integral part of it is just phenomenal! This soundtrack does deserve a much higher rating!
Why is this so low it has a spectacular sound track
... Really guys? Joe Hisaishi is simply one of the best music composers of our age! All the music he's created for Studio Ghibli, principally for Hayao Miyazaki movies, are AMAZING. If you haven't checked out his music, or Hayao Miyazaki's movies, do yourself a favor and please, listen/watch it. I promise you won't regret it.
Although I love all his tracks, I have to say that Princess Mononoke's ones are really intense, full of emotion and... Ugh, I don't even have words to describe it. Simply wonderful.
The theme to Terminator 2 is a very nice theme. there's a real tragedy to it that makes you feel the surprising emotional weight of the story and the characters.V2 Comments
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Top Remixes (38)
2. How to Train Your Dragon (John Powell)
3. Titanic (James Horner)
2. Jurassic Park (John Williams)
3. Braveheart (James Horner)
2. The Lord of The Rings (Howard Shore)
3. How to Train Your Dragon (John Powell)
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