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!