Thread: Best Movie Soundtrack

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    The Wedding singer. So may great 80's tunes.
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    I agree with Nacht, although The Wedding Singer has a damn good soundtrack as well.

    Natural Born Killers soundtrack was phenomenal too, as it was produced by Trent Reznor.
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    Natural Born Killers and A Clockwork Orange are favorites of mine, and I believe Back to the Future has the greatest cinematic score ever.

    ....and since nachtjager mentioned a David Lynch movie, I'm going to list

    Blue Velvet
    Twin Peaks
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    Mulholland Dr.
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    Wild at Heart

    as well.

    *Television series
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    Quote by nippythefish
    I agree with Nacht, although The Wedding Singer has a damn good soundtrack as well.

    Natural Born Killers soundtrack was phenomenal too, as it was produced by Trent Reznor.

    Wedding singers a damn good movie (my favourite ever) but the soundtrack dosn't get my vote although i do love the 80's music the songs on it aren't too great.
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    Pulp Fiction and Resivour Dogs were both great soundtracks.

    More greats on my list.....

    Empire Records
    Forrest Gump
    Wedding Singer
    Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back
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    Best movie soundtrack? That's easy! First, it's the soundtracks to ALL the Star Wars films composed by John Williams and the London Symphony Orchestra! Then it's ALL the soundtracks to Peter Jackson's "The Lord of the Rings" movie trilogy! These are without a doubt, THE best pieces of music in movie making history!
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    Porbably the best are:

    Rollerball ( the original of course )
    ( you got to love Albinoni: Adagio )

    Big Lebowski
    (because I still dont know in what condition my condition was in)

    Wedding singer (I love 80s music)
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    Hmmmmm, if we're talking soundtrack and not score, I'll go with...

    The Lost Boys
    Rocky IV
    Better off dead
    The Karate Kid
    Boomerang
    Top Gun

    If it's score, I agree with Phantasmagoria_3D, the Star Wars saga is it for me.
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    a clockwork orange
    2001: a space odyssey
    hackers
    eyes wide shut
    metropolis (anime)
    fight club

    and on and on...
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    The Crow
    The Blaire Witch Project 1 and 2 are pretty good
    Trainspotting
    Beavis and Butthead Movie
    Strangeland
    Spawn
    Singles
    Howard Stern Private Parts
    Dazed and Confused
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    Sliver
    Blade
    Valentine
    The Matrix
    are all great soundtracks.
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    Beavis and Butthead Movie
    Titanic
    Bravehart
    Scarface

    Im not really much of a fan on soundtracks to be honset.
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    Labyrinth.
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    Harry Potter.
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    Come on, people!

    It's VALLEY GIRL! Are you mad? Nothing else comes close. There's even 2 discs for it.
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    I forgot Rocky Horror Picture Show!
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    "Discovery" by Daft punk for me. Okay, strictly it's not a sountrack, but the complete album tracks were used to structure the anime "Interstella 5555".
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    Disney's The Lion King...how can you not be moved by the score?
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