Top Ten Best Movie Soundtracks


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241 Finding Neverland (Jan A. P. Kaczmarek)
242 Assault on Precinct 13 (John Carpenter)

This song is timeless... Give it a try and tell me. It will motivate you to watch the original flick.

This is one of the best of all Carpenter's scores

243 Escape From L.A. (John Carpenter/Alan Howarth)

Listen to this and not only will you feel that you are Snake Plissken himself. This should be second just after the mortal kombat soundtrack

244 Hanna (The Chemical Brothers)
245 Blade
246 Blade 2
247 Blade 3
248 Downfall (Stephan Zacharias)
249 Up (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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250 Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind (Joe Hisaishi)

Absolutely beautiful and epic!

251 Thin Red Line (Hans Zimmer)

Another really good one

252 The Last Airbender (James Newton Howard)
253 The Blue Lagoon
254 I Saw The Devil
255 Oldboy
256 Pitch Perfect
257 The 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.

258 Kill Bill Vol 2
259 One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (Jack Nitzsche)
260 The Conversation (David Shire)
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