Article: Top 10 Movie Soundtracks

10.Guardian of The Galaxy

This is a funky soundtrack with all the music come from 70s/ 80s with a variety of different and unique style of artist. My favourite song is Spirit In The Sky and Hooked on a Feeling and that capture the whole film and the vibe and the feeling of the film that set in 70s/80s.

9.The Fault In Our Stars

The film of this is about someone who have a terminal illness and all the songs are relatable and my personal favourite are All of The Stars by Ed Sheeran, Let Me In by Grouplove and Wait by M83. This is a variety of indie and pop music and you can connect with this album.

8.Sunshine on Leith

I know this film is a musical but I personally love the music from this film and one of my favourite is I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles) from The Proclaimers, the good thing is all the songs are actually by the cast itself in the film and their singing is spot on despite its their first time of actually singing.

7.Rocketman

Too be honest with you the only good thing about this film is the actual music by Elton John. There is a couple of my favourite song in the film and they are I’m Still Standing, I Want Love and Rocket Man as all of them are truly unique and always remember them as well and all the songs are really catchy in the film.

6.The Greatest Showman

This is truly epic and really catchy tunes from all the cast and they are superb especially from Hugh Jackman and Michelle Williams who haven’t got any singing background at all. My favourite are This Is Me, Rewrite The Stars and A Million Dream, These songs and certain ones generally moving and also really catchy that get you in the head.

5.Yesterday

This film is a special tribute to The Beatle and the main star Himesh Patel actual sing those song and he amazing and generally tuneful. My personally favourite are Let It Be and Yesterday with all the classic and there are cliché with places name for example Strawberry Hill and the main star actual in Liverpool and he come up with that ideal, I like the way that all the songs actually blended in with the drama.

4.The Princess and The Frog

The soundtrack of this film is absolutely amazing with a range of Jazz, Blues and Gospel as well. It also have a load of catchy tunes as my personal favourite is Down In New Orleans as it is really catchy, It certainly blended and suitable with stunning animations and this is a musical with numerous of songs that they actually singing and it sounded beautiful.

3.La La Land

The soundtrack for this movie is Jazz and their musical numbers by the cast is absolutely amazing despite is their first time of singing and dancing, just like a professional and my personal favourite is City of Stars as it just romantic with a hint of Jazz in it and the soundtrack for this film is certainly memorable enough.

2.Toy Story

This is a child liked film with easy listening type of songs as it just whistling along and blended in with the animation. My personal favourite is You’ve Got A Friend In Me by Randy Newman as it just a beautiful song and the Big Bang is effective in this film.

1.The Lion King

I just love this music from the film The Lion King as there are a load of songs that so memorable. My personal favourite is Can You Feel The Love Tonight, Circle of Life and the catchy Hakuna Matata and all these songs so memorable and you can connect with these songs, kids and adult alike this album as all the songs is consistent and just general nice and really uplifting as well.

One thought on “Article: Top 10 Movie Soundtracks

  1. An interesting and wide selection Mark. I know some of them but not all of them. I could add a few selections:
    1. Ry Cooder did some great soundtracks for films, especially Crossroads.
    2. The first Batman film in 1989 has a great soundtrack.
    3. The Cabaret soundtrack evokes the atmosphere of 1930s Berlin.
    4. Henry Mancini did some great soundtrack music, icluding The Pink Panther and Peter Gunn.
    5. And not forgetting Ennio Morricone.

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