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Discussion in 'GMD Social Forum' started by Personified Hatred, Jun 13, 2010.
The first Taboo porn flick has a BADASS soundtrack but I can't find it anywhere.
Man there are some shitty soundtracks in this thread.
And no-one has mentioned any of these classics:
The Piano (Michael Nyman)(best soundtrack ever)
Candyman (Phillip Glass)
Koyanisqaatsi (Phillip Glass)
Blow Up (Herbie Hancock)
Vertigo (Bernard Herrman)
anything with Sergio Leone/Ennio Morricone
Oh yeah, how could I forget that. Neil Young's soundtrack was the one thing that made that film watchable.
Oldboy - Yeong Wook Jo
Legend of the 1900 - Ennio Morricone
Pirates of the Carribean - Klaus Badelt
Metal Gear Solid 2 : Sons of Liberty - Harry Gregson-Williams (It's a videogame, but has the production values of a movie)
Aguirre, The Wrath of God
Synecdoche, New York
A Clockwork Orange
All Night Long (obscure japsploitation film, deserves a mention for the theme song alone)
Pi, Requiem for a Dream, The Fountain, Moon
And some Morricone soundtracks.
synecdoche new york
there will be blood
a clockwork orange
Fuck yes, brah.
The Assassination Of Jesse James (soundtrack by Nick Cave)
^Still need to see that.
Really? That's awesome. I liked it as well, but lots of people hated it, calling it intrusive and too embellished. I didn't find it intrusive at all, and in fact realized I couldn't remember having heard a single bit of music an hour into the movie.
More on the Nick Cave love: The Proposition. Absolutely incredible soundtrack.
probably my favorite movie song, ever.
Conan: The Barbarian is quite possibly the most fucking metal movie ever.
dazed and confused
Snatch has a great soundtrack as well.
I wanna add someone I had forgotten:
The Terminator (1 and 2)
In The Mouth Of Madness
The Godfather (everyone)
Most Guy Ritchie movies have stylish soundtracks.
A Clockwork Orange
Lord of the Rings
2001 A Space Odyssey
^ you forgot Donnie Darko
I wanna add "Escape From New York", had forgotten that.