Top Ten Best Movie SoundtracksMatrixGuy
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Like a classical piece of music so much drama and passion.V 1 Comment
Push it to the limit, she's on fire, and Tony's theme are just a few of the amazing songs that completes the 80's Miami vibe in one of the best movies known to man!
Definitely, this one has real enthralling tracks than many aboveV 1 Comment
Feels old fashioned in a good way. Which makes sense given this adaptation of Cinderella is radically non revisionist.
La Valse D'lamor can reduce grown man into tears, Courage & Kindness fells very romantic and festive.
The polkas and valses in this score are worthy of a dance school!
La Valse D'lamor is such a magical waltz. No suprise, Cate Blanchett herself has admitted that when Richard Madden and Lily James did that big dance, she wept like a child.
The entire score is actually magical and uplifting
It makes you want to waltz.V 1 Comment
The intensity of Band of Brothers is off the charts!
The intensity of Brothers in Arms is ridiculous!
If you've seen the movie you will know what I'm talking about. This is one of the greatest soundtracks ever and deserves to be in the top ten at least. Bundle of Joy is a emotionally mesmerising piece that will make you remember all the best parts of the movie. If you haven't seen it you experience something even more magical when you see images that make you feel as good as the movie made me feel. The ending to the joy of credits is probably the best string section instrumental piece to ever be produced by Michael Giacchino. Absolutely astounding
This Soundtrack is unbelievable. It manages to sound like the 60's, and modern at the same time. It perfectly helps make The Incredibles it's own thing.
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