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100 Best Movie Soundtracks of All Time (2020) Classic Great Music

60. The Mission


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Director – Roland Joffé
Cast – Jeremy Irons, Robert De Niro
IMDB Rating – 7.5
Rotten Tomatoes – 64%
Release Date – 16 May 1986
Box Office – $17.2 million
Genre – Adventure, Drama, History
Awards – Won 1 Oscar
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59. Out Of Africa


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Director – Sydney Pollack
Cast – Meryl Streep, Robert Redford, Klaus Maria Brandauer
IMDB Rating – 7.2
Rotten Tomatoes – 60%
Release Date – 10 December 1985
Box Office – $227.5 million
Genre – Biography, Drama, Romance
Awards – Won 7 Oscars
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58. Magnolia


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Director – Paul Thomas Anderson
Cast – Philip Seymour Hoffman, Philip Baker Hall, Tom Cruise, Julianne Moore, Jeremy Blackman, Melinda Dillon
IMDB Rating – 8
Rotten Tomatoes – 83%
Release Date – 8 December 1999
Box Office – $48.5 million
Genre – Drama
Awards – None
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57. Manhattan


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Director – Woody Allen
Cast – Diane Keaton, Anne Byrne, Woody Allen, Mariel Hemingway, Michael Murphy
IMDB Rating – 8
Rotten Tomatoes – 95%
Release Date – 25 April 1979
Box Office – $39.9 million
Genre – Comedy, Drama, Romance
Awards – None
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56. Rushmore


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Director – Wes Anderson
Cast – Seymour Cassel, Jason Schwartzman, Mason Gamble, Olivia Williams
IMDB Rating – 7.7
Rotten Tomatoes – 89%
Release Date – 11 December 1998
Box Office – $19.1 million
Genre – Comedy, Drama
Awards – None
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55. Easy Rider


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Director – Dennis Hopper
Cast – Jack Nicholson, Dennis Hopper, Peter Fonda
IMDB Rating – 7.4
Rotten Tomatoes – 88%
Release Date – 14 July 1969
Box Office – $60 million
Genre – Adventure, Drama
Awards – None
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54. Singles


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Director – Cameron Crowe
Cast – Campbell Scott, Kyra Sedgwick, Bill Pullman, Bridget Fonda, Jim True
IMDB Rating – 6.7
Rotten Tomatoes – 79%
Release Date – 18 September 1992
Box Office – $18.5 million
Genre – Comedy, Drama, Romance
Awards – None
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53. Singin in the Rain


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Director – Gene Kelly, Stanley Donen
Cast – Debbie Reynolds, Donald O’Connor, Gene Kelly
IMDB Rating – 8.3
Rotten Tomatoes – 100%
Release Date – 27 March 1952
Box Office – $12.4 million
Genre – Comedy, Musical, Romance
Awards – None
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52. Mary Poppins


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Director – Robert Stevenson
Cast – David Tomlinson, Julie Andrews, Hermione Baddeley, Dick Van Dyke, Arthur Treacher
IMDB Rating – 7.8
Rotten Tomatoes – 100%
Release Date – 26 August 1964
Box Office – $102.3 million
Genre – Comedy, Family, Fantasy
Awards – Won 5 Oscars
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51. The Sting


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Director – George Roy Hill
Cast – Robert Shaw, Charles Durning, Paul Newman, Robert Earl Jones, Robert Redford
IMDB Rating – 8.3
Rotten Tomatoes – 93%
Release Date – 1 January 1973
Box Office – $159.6 million
Genre – Comedy, Crime, Drama
Awards – Won 7 Oscars
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50. The Harder They Come


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Director – Perry Henzell
Cast – Jimmy Cliff
IMDB Rating – 7
Rotten Tomatoes – 90%
Release Date – 8 February 1973
Box Office – $1 million
Genre – Crime, Drama, Music
Awards – None
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49. The Pink Panther


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Director – Blake Edwards
Cast – Capucine, Robert Wagner, David Niven, Peter Sellers, Claudia Cardinale
IMDB Rating – 7.2
Rotten Tomatoes – 90%
Release Date – 18 December 1963
Box Office – $10.9 million
Genre – Comedy, Crime, Romance
Awards – None
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48. Shaft


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Director – Gordon Parks
Cast – Charles Cioffi, Moses Gunn, Richard Roundtree
IMDB Rating – 6.6
Rotten Tomatoes – 88%
Release Date – 25 June 1971
Box Office – $13 million
Genre – Action, Crime, Thriller
Awards – Won 1 Oscar
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47. Jaws


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Director – Steven Spielberg
Cast – Robert Shaw, Richard Dreyfuss, Murray Hamilton, Roy Scheider, Lorraine Gary
IMDB Rating – 8
Rotten Tomatoes – 98%
Release Date – 26 December 1975
Box Office – $470.7 million
Genre – Adventure, Drama, Thriller
Awards – Won 3 Oscars
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46. Meet Me In St. Louis


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Director – Vincente Minnelli
Cast – Margaret O’Brien, Lucille Bremer, Marjorie Main, Judy Garland, Mary Astor
IMDB Rating – 7.6
Rotten Tomatoes – 100%
Release Date – 1 January 1944
Box Office – $6,566,000
Genre – Comedy, Drama, Family
Awards – None
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45. A Clockwork Orange


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Director – Stanley Kubrick
Cast – Adrienne Corri, Malcolm McDowell, Miriam Karlin, Patrick Magee
IMDB Rating – 8.3
Rotten Tomatoes – 90%
Release Date – 19 December 1971
Box Office – $26.6 million
Genre – Crime, Drama, Sci-Fi
Awards – None
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44. The Magnificent Seven


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Director – John Sturges
Cast – Steve McQueen, Charles Bronson, Yul Brynner, Horst Buchholz, Eli Wallach, Brad Dexter
IMDB Rating – 7.8
Rotten Tomatoes –88%
Release Date – 23 October 1960
Box Office – $2,250,000
Genre – Action, Adventure, Western
Awards – None
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43. Lawrence of Arabia


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Director – David Lean
Cast – Anthony Quayle, Anthony Quinn, Jack Hawkins, Peter O’Toole, Alec Guinness, José Ferrer
IMDB Rating – 8.3
Rotten Tomatoes – 98%
Release Date – 10 December 1962
Box Office – $70 million
Genre – Adventure, Biography, Drama
Awards – Won 7 Oscars
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42. Psycho


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Director – Alfred Hitchcock
Cast – Vera Miles, Janet Leigh, Martin Balsam, Anthony Perkins, John Gavin
IMDB Rating – 8.5
Rotten Tomatoes – 97%
Release Date – 16 June 1960
Box Office – $50 million
Genre – Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Awards – None
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41. Do the Right Thing


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Director – Spike Lee
Cast – Richard Edson, Spike Lee, Ossie Davis, John Turturro, Danny Aiello, Rosie Perez
IMDB Rating – 7.9
Rotten Tomatoes – 89%
Release Date – July 21, 1989
Box Office – $37.3 million
Genre – Comedy, Drama
Awards – None
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