All the best soundtracks and music scores from movies released in 2014 loved by Sinekdoks.
All the best soundtracks and music scores from movies released in 2014 loved by Sinekdoks. Musics have always been a thing I love most in movies—whether the soundtrack or the score, they always mesmerize me anytime they get so intense. I found 2014 as a great year for music in movies. We saw some good musical movies, about song-writer, band, or drummer, that ended up in everyone’s list; we also saw a music director appears twice in Oscar nominations or a music director tried church organs to orchestrated a space odyssey. In the end, since I again love odd numbers, I present you top 9 movies with most favorite movie soundtracks and 9 most favorite movie scores in 2014. Without further ado, check this out.
9 MOVIES WITH MOST FAVORITE SOUNDTRACKS
09. The Fault in Our Stars Personal highlight: Birdy’s Tee Shirt and Ed Sheeran’s All of the Stars. 08. Only Lovers Left Alive Personal highlight: Yasmine Hamdan’s Hal 07. Chef Personal highlight: The Hot 8 Brass Band’s Sexual Healing (Marvin Gaye’s cover) 06. Whiplash Personal highlight: Whiplash and Caravan 05. The Double Personal highlight: Kyu Sakamoto’s Sukiyaki, Jacky Yoshikawa & His Blue Comets’ Blue Chateau, and Kim Jung Mi’s The Sun 04. The Guest 03. Frank Personal highlight: Michael Fassbender, The Soronprfbs and Stephen Rennicks’s I Love You All 02. Guardians of the Galaxy Personal highlight: Jackson 5’s I Want You Back, 10cc’s I’m Not in Love, and Redbone’s Come And Get Your Love 01. Begin Again Personal highlight: Keira Knightley’s Lost Stars, Adam Levine’s No One Else Like You, Keira Knightley feat Hailee Steinfeld’s Tell Me If You Wanna Go Home
9 BEST SCORED MOVIES
009. Enemy – Daniel Bensi & Sander Jurriaans 008. The Theory of Everything – Johan Johansson 007. Palo Alto – Devonté Hynes & Robert Schwartzman 006. Whiplash – Justin Hurwitz 005. The Imitation Game – Alexander Desplat 004. Under the Skin – Mica Levi 003. Interstellar – Hans Zimmer 002. Gone Girl – Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross 001. The Grand Budapest Hotel – Alexander Desplat
So, that’s my though. Tell me about yours if you don’t mind. Cheers, 2015!