Which Three Movies Have the Best Soundtracks?

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Some memorable music has been written for movies, and some movies have become memorable due to their music (mainly songs).

So, which three movie soundtracks did you like most?

I kick off with my unlikely choices, many members may have not even heard of them:
Never On Sunday (Greek songs by Hadjidakis)
Aan (Indian songs by Naushad)
The Third Man (haunting zither of Anton Karas)
 

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Star Wars
I'll think of a third later.
Can I have a TV show? Doctor Who's soundtrack is amazing.
 
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I'll think of a third later.
Can I have a TV show? Doctor Who's soundtrack is amazing.
Strictly speaking, the specs ask for movies or films. But let's accept the TV show as a temporary patch-up till you think of the third movie. ;)
 

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The theme song from the movie, The Good, the Bad & the Ugly by Enrico Morricone is iconic!
My newest favorite is the soundtrack from the movie, Nobody - my husband and I can watch it over & over again
Last but not least, Saturday Night Fever
 

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For original music/scores I do love Moana and How to Train your Dragon
Yes I prefer kid movies. :biggrin:
Me too!!!!!

For mainstream songs in movies
Dirty Dancing, Pitch Perfect (all three movies)

That's just off the top of my head...I know there are more movies where I love the soundtrack...just can't think of them right now.
 

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The Wall
An Officer and a Gentleman
Top Gun
(I'd like to second Pretty in Pink, but you did say three, right? :lol:)
Oh, and Titanic, but the actual movie makes me cry buckets. :bawling:
 

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OMG! Stop the fort! I forgot about Willy Wonder and the Chocolate Factory! Who could forget Gene Wilder's beautiful, off-key rendition of Pure Imagination? :doh: What is really wrong with me? Hypothetical question. No need to delve into all that. :lol:
 
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