Top Ten Best Movie SoundtracksMatrixGuy
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So simple yet so beautiful. the perfect music to accompany this mentally challenged man in his journey. when ever I hear it I picture a feather falling from the sky and Forrest running across the country.
Number 1 songs thru the generationsV 1 Comment
The best soundtrack... By far!
Boring! Doesn't hold a candle to the thrilling scores of Sherlock Holmes or Pirates of the Caribbean.
Nothing really special is it.
Really? This fake 50s trash?
A movie with all original music by THE Beatles?
Yes, that should definitely be in the #1 spot!
Really great work of Eminem "Lose Yourself" is an absolute epic song, the other songs are also great
This is the best one, cause Eminem made it with many other rapstars and it had sold 10 million copies in the world.
This post is by Eminem and this is the best most!
Eminem - VideoGamefan5
What's this doing so low? It's easily so memorable. I'd put it higher above the list.
The most beautiful soundtrack ever. - MontyPython
This theme is just so iconic. you hear it everywhere in culture. especially when something big's about to happen. this is alex north's best work yet.
Not even in the top 10? My personal favorite. - Spongebob-129
Come on what's Twilight doing above this? - Spongebob-129
Ugh, really? How to train your Dragon is above Bttf? Though not being my all time favorite movie, it DOES have the greatest soundtrack.V 2 Comments
"Once Upon a Time In America" is a different movie, albeit made by the some of the same people.
"Once Upon a Time In the West" has a rich collection of themes, unlike other movies which have not more than 1 theme.
This movie should be a category of its own. The sound of Morricone is too great to be in this list. Where are the other spaghettis? This is just pure ignorance people!
At least top 20. This is original compositions not a gathering of previously recorded songs.
Great movie, Great music!
Danny Elfman also does Jack's singing voice as well.
Includes, Cream, Muddy Waters, Derek & The Dominoes and more. - BrianScott01
Includes the iconic theme of the original, plus many new tracks, including slave children's crusade, which is itself one of the best pieces of film score that I have ever heard.
Although there are some really amazing sound track this can't be much lower than 5th. there's such depth and color in all of Howard shore's music but in both the hobbit and lord of the ring trilogy there is an almost incomprehensible abundance of emotion and expression. Howard shore has more music interpretive ability than possibly any human alive today. - Messej
This should at least be thirty. It's pretty good, and a lot better than twilight. - Spongebob-129V 1 Comment
Lux Aeterna is a masterpiece, and so is the rest of the soundtrack. Every single score is flawless and compliments the film perfectly. Requiem is one of the best movies ever made.
Why is this down here?!? Come on guys this song really inspire me to make a story or even making a fighting scene in my head! This song is totally worth it!
What the hell! This SHOULD be in the top 10! You guys have asses for ears.
What?!?!? Make this #1!V 7 Comments
I have an intensely physical and emotional response to this music.
What a great film and soundtrack.V 1 Comment
How is this not on here.
This is one of the most well known movie soundtraacks.
This should be near the bottom of this list it has ONE descent song on it the rest are either mediocre or just god damn annoying - christangrant
Whoever voted for this get rid of your inner teenage girl, and if you are a teenage girl, grow up - Spongebob-129
This movie's songs are way to over played - MaverickRide
The magical mystery tour is coming to take you away and coming to take you away. - malamJONES
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Top Remixes (44)
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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