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post #61 of 107
King Kong Max Steiner
Fellini's Cassanova Nino Rota
Magnificent Seven Elmer Bernstein
Good Bad Ugly Morricone
Vertigo Bernard Hermann
post #62 of 107

Gofather Pt1


Forrest Gump 


The Thin Red line - Hans Zimmer


And I second the recommendation for 'The Piano'

post #63 of 107

I almost forgot:

In the mood for love - Umebayashi

The main theme is just that good.

post #64 of 107

suprised green card hasn't popped up here yet - a zimmer classic

post #65 of 107

The music of Prometheus has a track by Harry Gregson-Williams, and another track has the "theme from Alien" composed by Jerry Goldsmith.  

post #66 of 107

Dances with Wolves - John Barry

Spirit Stallion of the Cimarron - Hans Zimmer and Bryan Adams

post #67 of 107

There are two albums from the film Dances with Wolves.  One album has the film version of The John Dunbar Theme, The Buffalo Hunt and some other previously unreleased materials.  

post #68 of 107

We Bought a Zoo

post #69 of 107

Up there with "Star Wars", the theme to "Lawrence of Arabia" is classic enough that people who haven't seen the movie recognize it.

post #70 of 107

Two albums by Vangelis, 1492: Conquest of Paradise and Alexander.  

post #71 of 107
"conan the barbarian" (Basil POLEDOURIS)
"road to perdition" (Thomas NEWMAN)
"avalon" (Kenji KAWAI)
"once upon a time in america"(Ennio MORRICONE)
"interview with the vampire, the vampire chronicles" (Elliot GOLDENTHAL)
"the eagle has landed" (Lalo SCHIFRIN)
Edited by ISALULA - 7/1/12 at 10:39am
post #72 of 107

+1 for Road to Perdition ^^^ good stuff there

post #73 of 107

I'm surprised no one mentioned American Beauty by Thomas Newman. I think the score had a lot to do with the film's success...I especially like the "SPEC-TA-CU-LAR" scene with the wonderful marimbas!


Here are a few of my favorites:


Wall-E - Thomas Newman

The Thin Red Line - Hans Zimmer

Tekkonkinkreet - Plaid (a must if you're a Plaid fan)

Moon - Clint Mansell

Memento - David Julyan

post #74 of 107

Anything Philip Glass. Also, Jonny Greenwood (Radiohead) on "There Will Be Blood" is pretty phenomenal, albeit avant-garde.

post #75 of 107



blade runner


tron legacy

the shining


a clockwork orange



and many more

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