what movie has the most beautiful opening theme song in your opinion?

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  1. cheater87

    cheater87 Registered Member

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    mine is the highly controversial movie "Cannibal Holocaust". i'm a HUGE fan of controversial things like movies and games. I got this and was suprised at the theme song. Its calming and very well done. Which is odd since this movie is so violent. I'm looking for the soundtrack.
     
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    Mine is; From "Eternal Sunshine Of Spotless Mind", Everybody's Gotta Learn Sometimes, Beck
     
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    Yeah, that's a nice one. I can even remember when the original was a bit of a hit about 25 years ago! ;)
     
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    Really? who was the vendor? Ooops Sorry, who was the singer? :D
     
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    How about the theme from Taxidriver.
     
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    Manhunter.:cool:
     
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    The theme from "Jaws" was pretty much of a heart thumper! :eek:
     
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    Raindrops keep falling on my head===Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid song Here
     
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    Theme of Halloween...or was it from Friday the 13th ?

    I can't remember which of those 2 had that great song playing....*thump thump thump* goes my heart...:cool:
     
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    :blink: So many to chose from, but one of my favorites is the theme from the movie Patton, guess it is the military stuff in me. I haven't a clue who the music is by.

    Thanks
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    nat i believe its friday the 13th
     
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    See? I am not sure..it's been so long since I've watched them.

    But you might be right. Thanx ! ;)
     
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    Here is a midi file of the Patton song Here
     
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    8 Mile. Eminem's song - Lose Yourself is really good. :)
     
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    Well, I think Ennio Morricone composed probably the best music for film ever, especially in the Leone westerns. It's hard to choose one. All the themes from Once Upon a Time in the West... plus the title theme for The Good The Bad and the Ugly, "The Ecstasy of Gold" from the same film, and the title theme for For A Few Dollars More.
     
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