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Whats do movie do u think has the best soundtrack. For a movie with like real songs not just classical it HAS to be judgement night. It is the best rap metal along with RATM. It has bands like Biohazard, slayer, Pearl Jam, Faith no more, Helmet, Sonic youth, living colour, dinosaur jr, and mudhoney doing songs with killer oldschool rap like house of pain, ice-t, cypress hill, run dmc, Del the funky homosapien, de la soul, and Boo ya T.R.I.B.E. Constantine has a sweet soundtrack to go with the movie (especially passive by APC). I like star wars too.
#2
Great thread idea.

Im really into film music and hopefully one day ill be scoring films, and for me right now my favorite Soundtrack is the Pirates of the Carribean:The Curse of The Black Pearl by Klaus Badelt. What an amazing, and a little unconventional might I add, soundtrack this is. Its themes are solid and reoccuring and clearly provide a great addition to the visuals it's portrating. Also, its so ****ing epic. Check it out.

Otherwise my favorite non-classical soundtracks are

"The Life Aquatic"

"Rushmore"

"High Fidelity"

"Pulp Fiction"
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"The Life Aquatic"



Definetly the singing portuguese guy...he made that movie awesome.
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#9
Pulp Fiction, Garden State, Big Lebowski, High fidelity, Requiem for a Dream


All top soundtracks.
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#10
fight club, spiderman 2.
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Pulp Fiction, Lost in Translation, Trainspotting, Forrest Gump
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^ Yeah, that's a great soundtrack. I remember when I asked for 'Easy Rider' a few years back that my dad said he used to have it on vinyl when he was younger and it was one of those records that he used to listen to with all his mates.

The Lock Stock and Snatch soundtracks were pretty good from what I remember.
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#18
Singles has a great grunge soundtrack, Mulholland Drive is my fav though. The Spainish version of crying by Roy Orbinson is so moving.
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#19
I really dig the Trainspotting soundtrack. Lost Highway is good for all you alternative rock fans.


Though it's not a film, the soundtrack to the game American McGees Alice is fantastic. It's by Chris Vrenna of Nine Inch Nails fame and is some fantastic electronica. In the vein of Electronica, Charlie Clousers (Also ex-Nine Inch Nails) soundtracks to Saw & Saw II are awesome. Very paranoid and atmospheric sounding.

Bajeda, I don't know of this industrial-ish music is the kind of electronica you go for, but it's good and I'd advise you to check it out.
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#20
Once Upon A Time In Mexico
...Some beautiful Spanish guitar, some of which I believe is actually played by the film's director, Robert Rodriguez. The film itself is more appealing to me because of the atmosphere than the plot, and the soundtrack contributes to that.

Pirates of the Caribbean
...What a soundtrack. Totally didn't expect to enjoy the film, but I really liked it and thought the score by Klaus Badelt was brilliant. Especially the music over the ending credits. I'm hoping for more of the same in the sequel.

Edward Scissorhands
...Not a huge Elfman fan, but I think this is his best soundtrack. Manages to capture the feel of the film and connect with Burton's style of directing.

Scarface
...Actually don't like the film very much, but I could probably sing every song on this CD if I was bored. This does come from far too many nights playing GTA3 as a teen and listening to the game's Flashback FM radio station rather than having watched the film a lot, but all the same, there's some really proper cheesy, sing-a-long 80s pop on here.

Daredevil
..Another teen thing. I realise that most people hate this film and even though I don't even listen to this kind of music at all now (I didn't listen to it much back then either, but even less so now), but I still like it. I just remember liking that it had so much more of a darker feel to it than Spider-Man, which obviously wasn't dark enough for me as an angsty teen

I also thought what Seu Jorge did with The Life Aquatic's soundtrack was clever, but I'm not a Bowie fan as such, so most of it was lost on me. Clever all the same, though. There are others I've enjoyed as well, but some I can't even remember. A couple I do remember and love, but don't own, are the soundtracks to Goodbye Lenin! and The Pianist, two beautiful films with some excellent moody classical pieces in them. Oh, and 28 Days Later, too. That was good. Gotta love the 'Deserted London' scene with GY!BE over the top. And if anyone's seen the children's classics that are Short Circuit 2 or The Neverending Story then they'll appreciate those too. Especially Bonnie Tyler coming on at the end of Short Circuit 2. Genius.
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This does come from far too many nights playing GTA3 as a teen and listening to the game's Flashback FM radio station rather than having watched the film a lot.

Don't you mean Vice City?

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#22
Nobody said The Blues Brothers?

What is wrong with you people???



There's a few awesome film soundtreacks about though, I was actually thinking about this and I thought of one that I thought rivalled the Blues Brothers but now I come to a time when I need to remember it, it slips my mind. Ah well.
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Don't you mean Vice City?

/pedantry

No, I mean GTA3. I never owned Vice City because I borrowed it form someone and hated it. It's definitely GTA3
#25
Hmm, I could have sworn Flash FM was on Vice City too. Then again, I never really played GTA3 that much because I didn't like it that much.
#26
Forrest Gump. And any original score from either of the 3 best composers Danny Elfman, Hans Zimmer, or John Williams.

Of course being a guitarist I also do enjoy Steve Vai's compositions, but they just aren't the same.
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I admit to being a sucker for the Romeo and Juliet soundtrack. I bought it after hearing "Talk Show Host" by Radiohead and after time I got accustomed to listening to all the songs and they kind of grew on me after time.

The Spiderman Soundtrack was pretty good. There are some songs on there that I just skip over but in general I liked the CD.

I also love the Underworld and Underworld: Evolution albums. They've got some great songs on there. Opening with The Damning Well got me hooked and it was nice to hear Finch and Trust Company. On the Evolution soundtrack, I enjoyed Atreyu, Lacuna Coil and Cradle of Filth. I was surprised to see Hawthorne Heights, My Chemical Romance and Senses Fail though, I expected a more "in your face" mix like the first soundtrack.
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Pirates of the Carribean!!!! argh matey.... yohohoho
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#29
so many good ones mentioned in this thread, like trainspotting, snatch, reservoir dogs, forrest gump, gladiator, requiem for a dream, etc.
i also like the music in hackers and human traffic. there's a lot more that i just can't think of at the moment too.

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Nobody said The Blues Brothers?

What is wrong with you people???



There's a few awesome film soundtreacks about though, I was actually thinking about this and I thought of one that I thought rivalled the Blues Brothers but now I come to a time when I need to remember it, it slips my mind. Ah well.



*punch myself in the face*

how could I forget the blues brothers....aww, my face hurts
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The Big Lebowsky
Bob Dylan- The Man in Me
CCr- Looking out my back door, Run through the jungle
and an awesome version of Hotel California done in Spanish
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#35
Has anyone heard the soundtrack to The Shining? That movie has some freaky-assed music, so I might check it out.
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#38
The Life Aquatic is my favorite. I highly recommend Seu Jorge's album of David Bowie covers, as well as the soundtrack itself. The Ping Island techno song is catchy as hell.
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