Top positive review
11 people found this helpful
on 20 February 2006
This is easily one of the greatest movie soundtracks of all time. The mix of genres, tempos and general styles works perfectly, and if you have seen the film you will find that every song has meaning as it fits easily into its particular moment in the film. Stand-out tracks are clearly Colorblind by Counting Crows (which begins playing in the movie when Annette is coming up the escalator and sees Sebastian waiting for her - one of the greatest moments in the film), You Could Make A Killing by Aimee Mann (which plays as Annette is reading Sebastian's journal and he is walking away) and my all-time favourite song, the classic that is Bittersweet Symphony by The Verve which, of course, plays at the end of the movie and is perhaps the most perfect fitting of a piece of music to a movie scene in any movie ever.
Quite simply, this is one soundtrack everyone should listen to (to one movie everyone should see!)