Top Ten Best Movie SoundtracksMatrixGuy
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Elfman captured the excitement of Spider-Man so well.
The Tracks Are Beautiful - VideoGamefan5
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
It should be in the top tens, its worth it.V 5 Comments
I watched Iron Man for the first time, and couldn't get over the music of it. I don't always pay attention to the background music of movies, but with this one the music really stuck out, and kept my attention to the end. It was put together well, so that it matched up with the scenes perfectly.
Right on! I loved the music in Iron Man and thought everything fit perfectly. The timing of the music was superb, so that it went with each present action. It was one of the things that really stood out when I was watching the movie (besides it being an awesome movie to begin with)!V 2 Comments
This is the best selling soundtrack of all time for a reason..
It's the best... Why is it at 26?
inva mula was great in this song - Albania11
Excellent Soundtrack, truly mesmerizing.
Best sound track from the land of wonders
Redefinition of Indian musicV 1 Comment
It sounds so soothing and relaxing. it's the kind of music that plays whenever you walk downtown or if you wanna have time to yourself.V 1 Comment
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