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    Watched Double Indemnity recently and I absolutely loved the main theme. So moody and gritty. Fit the story perfectly.


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    Do you mean an overall score, or single pieces of music composed specifically a film?
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    Quote Originally Posted by S.D. View Post
    Do you mean an overall score, or single pieces of music composed specifically a film?
    Either is fine. The latter is what I'm more interested in, however.

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    How is this even a question.




    And for second place:


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    Soundtracks:





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    the ENTIRE soundtrack to Backdraft - it was scored by Hans Zimmer, and has inspired my love of fire since a very very young age.



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    I haven't watched this movie since I was like 6 but this popped up in my YouTube recommendations. Really catchy and 80's.



    I also realize that lampshade is supposed to be Peter Lorre.

    I also love this for some reason. The villain is so fucking full of himself and it's great.

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