Favorite Movie Soundtracks

I'm not qualified to write the BEST soundtracks but I can do my faves
  1. Almost Famous
    Honestly my absolute favorite which is fitting since it's from my absolute favorite movie. The classic rock selection is 👌👌 If you have the chance, find Amazon or eBay the Bootleg Cut because 1) it's an amazing extended edition and you won't be able to go back to the theatrical version and 2) it might come with a Stillwater CD! 6 songs from the band, legitimately very good.
  2. American Graffiti
    A beautiful selection of music from the era, also doubles as a great soundtrack to your next beach trip *wink wink*
  3. Chicago
    Let's hear it for the musicals 👏👏👏 I've had this on repeat ever since the Tonys on Sunday night I'd like to take this space to apologize to my parents and brother
  4. Pride and Prejudice
    One of my favorite movies and such a beautiful score. For the past few months, anytime I'm baking I put this on to have playing in the background. I'm 76% sure it's why my cookies have come out so well.
  5. The Wedding Singer
    Back in the day, Adam Sandler wasn't box office poison and made great movies with great songs, this movie being the best one. It's fantastic all around.
  6. A Hard Days Night
    It's The Beatles and I'm just going to leave it at that
  7. O Brother Where Art Thou?
    Technically a movie I haven't seen however my dad bought the soundtrack so I've listened to it an enjoyed it. Sometimes I feel a little bluegrassy and this fits that bill
  8. Grease
    Fun Fact! I watched this movie so much as a kid (I feel like being obsessed with this movie was a requirement for my Girl Scout troop) that I had the entire thing memorized, movie AND soundtrack.
  9. Dazed and Confused
    Another good movie with a lot of good classic rock music and also one of my favorite movies. This soundtrack alone almost makes me want to get a record player so I can have it on vinyl.
  10. Garden State
    Suggested by   @kate81
  11. The Royal Tenenbaums
    Paul Simon, John Lennon, The Ramones, Elliott Smith, Nico, and a fantastic cover of Hey Jude by the Mutato Muzika Orchestra. This soundtrack features a lot of talent.
    Suggested by   @Beezus