Movies with the best soundtracks are often those that use music to help convey the emotions and themes of the plot. The right music can make a good movie great, and even turn a mediocre film into a memorable one. Here are some movies that are widely regarded as having some of the best soundtracks in cinematic history:
‘The Lion King’ (1994) – This animated classic features songs by Elton John and Hans Zimmer that perfectly capture the spirit of the African savanna.
‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ (2014) – This Marvel movie uses a mix of classic rock and pop songs to great effect, helping to set the tone and create a sense of nostalgia.
‘Pulp Fiction’ (1994) – This Quentin Tarantino film features an eclectic mix of music that spans several genres, including surf rock, soul and pop.
‘Trainspotting’ (1996) – This British film about a certain addiction features a soundtrack that includes Iggy Pop, Underworld and Blur, among others.
‘The Graduate’ (1967) – This coming-of-age film features a soundtrack by Simon & Garfunkel that perfectly captures the mood of the era.
These movies and their soundtracks have become iconic, and continue to be celebrated by audiences today. They are proof that the right music can elevate a film and make it truly unforgettable.
– Riya Sohini
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