Top Ten Best Movie SoundtracksMatrixGuy
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James Horner's music is a big part of the reason Pandora manages to suck viewers in. This underrated, incredibly atmospheric soundtrack stands well on its own.
It does sound like very alien music from another world. at least that's what James Horner intended for.
I think this deserves to be higher because it is something completely original. it's alien music and tunes that sound like it's from another world. It doesn't really sound human at all.V 1 Comment
Why is this at 134? I cannot fathom that. I expected it to be somewhere in the top 20, but no, it is number 134. Unbelievable.
Great match with the movie - MatrixGuy
Great soundtrack all around! - Freak_Show1
I also love Phil Collin's other song "son of man."
This blows everything. It's just not on #1 because nearly nobody knows the movie. Absolutely one of the most underrated movies of all time. Watch it.
Never seen the movie but the music is incredible, could spend all day listening to it
Best movie soundtrack to the best movie ever! How the hell is it rated so low? The soundtrack in Tron Legacy kicked ass! Since I watched Tron Legacy, techno became my favourite type of music! This should be in the top ten! Vote this up, USER!
Daft Punk's awesome and catchy music score really helped kick up the action and excitement in the movie. - Shadsilvson11
0.2%? Come on! This has to be much higher. Amazing soundtrack.
140? What the actual hell? This should definitely be #1! - EastZombieV 5 Comments
Another great work of A.R. rahman. Theme music is a brilliant masterpiece, makes you forget the time.
Best Disney songs ever. The intro, out there, hellfire, heaven's light...
Come on. All the songs are good EXCLUDING the one sung by the gargoyles - shawnmccaul22
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