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Amelie
The Saint
Solaris
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GF 1,2,3
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Tombstone
Gettysburg
Spinal Tap
A Bridge Too Far
Pan's Labyrinth
The Longest Day ()
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Dracula 2000 Nice heavy soundtrack. Where I first heard (hed)p.e.
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Probably has to go to Wes Anderson's soundtracks in general. The Royal Tennenbaums and especially Rushmore were absolutely fantastic. He has a knack for great music in his films, much like other legends such as Scorsese.

In original scores, I've been partial to Air's work on The Virgin Suicides.
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Pleasantville -- nice, simple collection that doesn't fail to relax me.
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I'm surprised nobody has mentioned "October Sky" yet. It's impossible to find nowadays though without paying $50 on ebay for it.
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Shakespeare in Love
Chocolat

Seba.... I also have the Vangelis - 1492 Conquest of Paradise, nice listening.
post #114 of 136
I would distinguish between soundtracks, and "songs from the motion picture..." compilations.

For soundtracks, I would name:

Apocalypse Now (it does contain "The End" by The Doors, but most is compositions by Walter Murch featuring Mickey Hart & The Rhythm Devils, and spoken word pieces from the film by Martin Sheen)
Star Wars
The Godfather (I and II)
Blade Runner
Midnight Express
Sorceror
Blue Velvet
Lost Highway
Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me
Destroy All Monsters (a Toho Studios Godzilla film - has an epic score)
Love & Death (Woody Allen film, all music by S. Prokofiev)

For "songs from the motion picture..." compilations, I would name:

The Harder They Come
Reservoir Dogs
Cooley High
Dead Presidents
SLC Punk
Trainspotting
The Big Chill

If we're going to include concert films and/or documentaries, I will add:

Stop Making Sense
The Last Waltz
Woodstock
The Decline Of Western Civilzation (1 and 2)
Scratch
Wattstax

That is all.
post #115 of 136

Oblivion.

I hope the deluxe edition is available on disc.  

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background music of the death race is really awesome..

post #117 of 136

Dr. Zhivago

Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon

Blue Velvet

Mulholland Drive

Trainspotting

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Rounders

Bourne Trilogy (Havent given the bourne legacy soundtrack a try yet, might be because i hate the movie :cool: )

post #119 of 136
Disturbed - Down With The Sickness
Dawn of the dead (2004) it was such a fitting song :P
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Pacific Rim

Kung Fu Panda

Drive

Team America

True Grit

V for Vendetta

Batman Begins

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

Life of Pi

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless mind

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