Name a /co/ film with a better soundtrack. Protip: you can't.
I said soundtrack, not score.
>all that late 90s to early 00s music
that fucking Angela Anaconda, though
Cool. I thought the first 20 minutes or so of the movie wasn't great the first time I watched it but the second time I watched it I enjoyed the whole movie.
Just know going into watching it that it's about four generations of Americans, the first of which starts with a kid who flees with his mother to America during a war around 1900. It has so many famous songs in it that I was shocked they were able to get them considering the budget.
A shame these Blockbuster Hollywood movies X Big music labels cross-promotions are an outdated thing because of Shazam and the internet in general, we'll never get music videos with movie scenes ever again.
Even Batman and Robin got a nice soundtrack
There was a lot of controversy about that.
Bakshi went straight to the performers and told the record companies to fuck themselves. That piano version of Night Moves was recorded, by Seger, specifically for the movie.
Took almost 20 years to get the movie released on VHS because of all the red tape.
Most people just did what they did with Heavy Metal and recorded it off Showtime.
I know it just came out and people will think it's just recent release excitement, but Deadpool.
I unironically had just about the entire soundtrack on my playlist for years(decade+) except for that godawfully mediocre Deadpool rap.
The guy who played Tony and Pete gave a hell of a performance. I still hear his beatnik ramblings in my head from time to time.
This is my favorite Bakshi movie, and my second favorite movie, period.
I thought they sounded similar but I didn't realize they were the same guy. He definitely was the best voice actor in the movie.
And I agree, it's by far his best movie in my mind. I can't think of many animated movies I like over it, but Princess Mononoke is definitely better than it in my mind.
I dunno if you guys are interested but I just started watching this interview with Ron Thompson that happened a few years ago and it seems pretty cool so far.
>soundtrack, not score
You know what?
I'll go as far as to say that all of the films in the Burton/Schumacher had pretty GOAT soundtracks and themes.
>Batman Returns 'Face to Face'
>Batman Forever 'Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me'
>Batman and Robin 'The End Is the Beginning Is the End'
kidding aside... most of that era of music sucked balls and it was shit I listened to at the time
can't hold a candle on any level to the original
also Kim Wilde kinda looks like she was drawn by Milo Manara
>Listening to this while playing Planetside 2
>Drive to the battle alone instead of teleporting
>Survey the barren plains feeling like a space outlaw badass
>Get to the actual fight
>Can't kill for shit