A Song On The Soundtrack Of Your Favorite Movie
End Credits from Pirates Of The Caribbean: The Curse Of The Black Pearl
“Davy Jones” from Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest
“Hoist The Colours” from Pirates Of The Caribbean: At World’s End
“My Jolly Sailor Bold” cover, originally from Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides
I listened to bits of the whole first soundtrack and tried to pick just one song, but I couldn’t…so here be the end credits in full, aye! I fell in love with this movie as a teenager, and went to see it five times in the theater, which was a crazy thing to do at the time. ;) I also linked in my favorite songs from the sequels, though the last is a cover from YouTube which is clearer than the movie clip (there is no soundtrack version)…and frankly, I think the girl’s voice is lovelier anyway.
“The Treason Of Isengard” from The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring
“Gollum’s Song” by Emiliana Torrini from The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers
“Twilight and Shadow” from The Lord Of The Rings: The Return Of The King
Bonus: “The Edge Of Night” by Billy Boyd from The Lord Of The Rings: The Return Of The King
Ah, what to say…I’m deeply in love with The Lord Of The Rings. For seven years straight, I read the books once a year, every year. I have all the extended editions of the movies and the soundtracks. The links above are but a small glimpse into my favorite songs from the three films. Anything written for The Shire or Rohan is very high up on my list. I totes cried at the end of the last movie.
“Remember” by Harry Nilsson from You’ve Got Mail
You’ve Got Mail is my favorite romantic comedy of all time. Meg Ryan is just adorable and I really like Tom Hanks as a slightly older and non-typical Hollywood leading man. There’s some great fun songs in the movie, and a few that make me sniffle. :)
“The Phantom Of The Opera” by Emmy Rossum and Gerard Butler from The Phantom Of The Opera
“All I Ask Of You” by Emmy Rossum and Patrick Wilson from The Phantom Of The Opera
“Journey To The Cemetery” from The Phantom Of The Opera
“The Point Of No Return” by Emmy Rossum and Gerard Butler from The Phantom Of The Opera
I’ve written previously about The Phantom Of The Opera, so I’ll just say these are a few of my most favorite songs from the 2004 film adaptation. Lovvvvve!
“Cry Me A River” by Julie London from V For Vendetta
I really like the quiet style of the songs used in V For Vendetta. The score itself is great, too, and I love the medley during the end credits, but this is my favorite of them all. *le sigh*
Aaaand here’s Daddy’s! :)
A Song on the Soundtrack of My Favorite Movie
Seriously? Pick ONE song from ONE favorite movie? You’ve got to be kidding…
I narrowed it down to two movies, the first being The Lion King. I grew up on that movie, and there are still songs in it that I randomly burst into. In particular I always liked “Hakuna Matata” (as said in an earlier challenge…) because it captured my view of life. And even today, decades later, I still identify with the song. Turns out I wasn’t far off with my worldview when I was a kid. I still try to live my life by that motto. Not quite to Timon’s degree, but the spirit of the words. “Bad things happen, and you can’t do anything about it, so why worry?” I try to do what I can to change my corner of the world, do what I can for those I care about, and if it’s beyond my power… don’t sweat it.
The second movie is a twisted and screwed up movie, but it easily makes my Top 5 Favs and would be in the running for #1 if I were ever inclined to try to figure out a #1. I love the movie because the plot is solid (though be forewarned, the above videos have spoilers) and engaging, but more than that there’s only a handful of lines in the entire thing that are actually SPOKEN. It’s a musical, and it’s actually SUNG. I love that. Not only is it sung, it is sung WELL. Anthony Head and Terrance Zdunich in particular are amazing, but I learned Alexa Vega can sing too. It’s one of the few movies that I actually have the soundtrack, and I love it. I listen to them over and over, because as with all my other favorite songs, I can get involved in them. I can identify with them, or they move me, or I can just plain have fun singing along with them.