I'd like to hear your submissions for greatest movie themes of all time.

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I liked, but didn't love Drive. However, the soundtrack was a beast. Even though I'm pretty sure it was the same three songs over and over.

That opening credits sequence with the Night Call song was dope. I didn't think I'd find it but...

This was on FX a couple days ago.

Good movie, but still hard to watch.

I haven't watched the show, but I enjoyed the theme song.

Here's a track from one of my son's favorite movies, Nacho Libre.

 

It's a quirky, but fun and meaningful movie.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uvkBTGvW5Vw

Music from a great funny film. It's from the film "My name is nobody" theme written by Ennio Morricone

ya Ennio Morricone did a bunch of great shit.... I still find his theme in A Few Dollars more to be superior to Hugo Montenegro's The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly.

 

 

Plus he did the soundtrack for Once Upon A Time In The West... one of the best westerns ever made.

He also did the soundtrack for The Thing (1982).

 

Here's one from a Steven Seagal movie. I'm not a big fan of his movies, but I'm very fond of this one.

There's a great scene at the end where Harry Dean Stanton's character is dancing on the porch to this song. 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LIgNCD3nzOg

This is from one of my favourite western movies of all time. It's a true masterpiece, i really recommend the movie for everyone who haven't seen it!

This movie came to mind today.

It's a terrific psychological action-packed drama.

Here come the Men In Black... galaxy defenders...

They won't let you remember.

(Inspired by the UFOs, ghosts, etc. thread.)

YES. I finally figured out to place the video inside the comment

The world's coming to an end as the result of an asteroid headed straight            for planet Earth.

So who do you send to save the world? The A-Team, right? Hell no!                   You send these guys... because sometimes only the "wrong stuff" will do.

Plus, you get to witness Steve Buscemi suffer the effects                                     of full-blown space dementia.

I know, I know, it's hard to tell with him, right?

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