Best Soundtrack on Popular Movie of All Time

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Best Soundtrack on Popular Movie of All Time

When watching a movie, of course, what is remembered is not only the memorable scenes in the film but also the accompanying music or soundtrack that is played. Music in the movie plays a big role and becomes an attraction for the audience to get carried away in the movie.

Well, besides the cool storyline, the movies below also have a legendary and best soundtrack. You must often ring the song. Is there your favorite Soundtrack here?

This Is Me (Keala Seattle)

The soundtrack of the musical The Greatest Showman was one of the nominations at the 2018 Academy Awards for ‘Best Original Songs’. The song, sung by Keala Settle and The Greatest Showman Ensemble, will make you shudder with very touching lyrics.

This Is Me is written by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul inspired by the story of Keala Settle himself. The song tells about a person’s confidence in his or her environment, how the uniqueness in a human being is a gift and does not need to feel inferior to others.

A Thousand Years (Christina Perri)

This song from The Twilight Saga will remind you of Edward-Bella’s romantic moments in the film. Created by Christina Perri and David Hodges, the song A Thousand Years seemed to have the magic to juggle its listeners.

With a melodious rhythm coupled with an excerpt of the guitar sound at the end and a distinctive voice of Christina Perri, you will be lulled and as if present to witness the love story of Edward-Bella in the movie Twilight.

My Heart Will Go On (Celine Dion)

Who does not know this one legendary song? If you listen to this song, surely you will immediately imagine the scene of Jack and Rose standing in the corner of the ship. The song, sung by Celine Dion, won the 1997 Academy Awards for the category ‘Best Original Songs’. James Horner and Will Jennings’s cool handiwork managed to top the charts worldwide, including the United States, Canada, Ireland, the United Kingdom, and Australia when it was released in 1997.

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Let It Go (Indina Menzel/ Demi Lovato)

The soundtrack of the animated film Frozen won the ‘Best Original Song’ at the 2013 Academy Awards. Singed by Indiana Menzel in her film which also acts as Elsa and Demi Lovato in another version. Created from the cold hands of a Christian couple Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, the song Let It Go tells the story of Elsa who wants to live as herself and does not need to cover up if she has amazing strength.

See You Again (Wiz Khalifa ft. Charlie Puth)

The song, which became the soundtrack of Furious 7 at the same time remembers and offerings to Paul Walker, is very touching. This hip-hop ballad song written by DJ Frank E, Charlie Puth, Wiz Khalifa, and Cedar will make you remember Paul Walker in previous Fast and Furious films. Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth managed to bring this song with the right emotions.

Lost Stars (Adam Levine/ Keira Knightley)

The song, which became the film’s Begin Again soundtrack, was nominated at the 2015 Academy Awards in the category ‘Best Original Songs’. Written by Gregg Alexander, Danielle Brisebois, Nick Lashley, and Nick Southwood, this was successfully processed with Adam Levine’s high-pitched voice. Even though the song Lost Stars was sung by various versions other than those sung by Adam Levine, his charm did not go out. The Lost Stars song is unique because when you listen to this song from various versions, it’s still not boring.

Can’t Stop The Feeling! (Justin Timberlake/ Anna Kendrick)

Just hearing the music you will immediately be swayed by this song. The song soundtrack from the film Trolls is indeed made to improve the mood that is not known. As in the film, this song is used by Poppy to show the Bergens that the pleasure is in each other.

And one way to have fun is to sing and dance. Both the film version sung by Anna Kendrick and the Justin Timberlake version of the song Can’t Stop The Feeling! really suitable to start your day so I can be more excited!

Good Life (G-Eazy feat. Kehlani)

The next slick tracks presented in the franchise soundtrack series from Fast & Furious come from Bay Duo, G-Eazy, and Kehlani. Both presented neat music with the R’nB pop genre wrapped in dynamic electric music. Anthem from The Fate of the Furious also achieved the same success as the eighth.

Rollin (Limp Bizkit)

The Rollin song by Limp Bizkit is one of the important elements in the film The Fast and the Furious. Although what is presented in this film is a remix version, but the booming bass and the execution of the lyrics are still able to compensate for the crazy actions of Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and his friends.

Tokyo Drift (Teriyaki Boyz)

Although the latter became the background of the seventh film, Tokyo Drift is arguably the weakest series of The Fast and the Furious. However, despite this fact, the film’s soundtrack has become phenomenal thanks to Teriyaki Boyz’s song.

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