Top Ten Best Movie Soundtracks

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61 Free Willy
62 Interstellar (Hans Zimmer)

I can't believe this is at 272. This is my favorite movie and my favorite part was definitely the soundtrack. It's so perfect and it sets the mood and suspense for every scene of this Christopher Nolan masterpiece. This has to be #1.

Hans Zimmer is a genius. This movie deserves to be in the top 10 at least.

Mate, this soundtrack was bloody amazing. It gave the movie it's emotional hit, and the fact that it's 74 is just ridiculous

Awesome soundtrack. It shapes the movie almost as much as the picture does. Full of emotion

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63 Flashdance
64 The Terminator (Brad Fiedel) The Terminator (Brad Fiedel)

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.

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65 Mortal Kombat Mortal Kombat

I don't care if this movie sucks, this theme is fantastic! Mortal Kombat by the Immortals just gives you that energy and feeling of wanting to punch something. it's also great music to dance to.

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66 Evita (Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber) Evita (Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber)

Evita has so many life lessons. You can achieve many things, but if you do it in an evil manner well, lets just say you reap what you sow! I like how she kicks the pathetic girlfriend out on her hear! - mitchellmanage

67 Moulin Rouge (Various Artists)
68 Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (John Williams)

The most iconic movie soundtrack of all time. This should be number one.

69 Top Gun

Such a good album one of the best movie soundtracks ever - MaverickRide

70 A.I. Artificial Intelligence
71 Psycho (Bernard Herrmann)

This has got to be one of the most overused soundtracks of all time. I'm not kidding. I hear it everywhere in T. V, in movies, and in video games. It usually plays whenever something scary or shocking happens (especially when it's used as a joke). now that is quite an accomplishment for a film soundtrack. it's even inspired other horror movie soundtracks as well.

This theme is so horrifying, I wet my pants with fear after I hear it! Never have I heard a theme so perfectly constructed with suspension and terror. it's just so frightening on so many levels.

72 Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (Nicholas Hooper)
73 Waiting to Exhale Waiting to Exhale
74 For A Few Dollars More (Ennio Morricone)
75 Rushmore
76 Resident Evil (Marilyn Manson)
77 Conan the Barbarian

Have to agree, this is the best soundtrack Album I've ever heard, amazing.

This is way to low on the list. If more people heard it
, it would be higher. Basil Poledouris really caught lightning in a bottle with this sound track. It perfectly matches the tone of the movie for every single scene. It sounds free, powerful, bombastic, magical, tragic and overall beautiful. Although the movie is one of my favorites, I admit it has its flaws. The soundtrack, though, is flawless. For me, it rivals lord of the rings and star wars for best soundtrack ever.

1982 Conan The Barabarian Best Soundtrack Ever, should be #1 but to not even be in the top ten is absurd

This is "THE" soundtrack.

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78 The Blues Brothers
79 The Village (James Newton Howard)
80 X-Men: First Class (Henry Jackman)

That is the most captivating sountrack I have ever heard in a film! Especially when it plays when magneto walks into the bar and kills all the three guys. It kept me hooked the whole time I saw the movie.

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