Does anyone else have a passion for movie soundtracks? I think they are the modern equivalent to classical music. Some of my favourites (and i have many different movie genres) are: Dances with Wolves (John Barry won an Oscar) Van Helsing The Mummy Blade Runner Vangelis (themes) Romeo is Bleeding (Mark Isham) Fifth Element (Eric Serra) The Messenger (Eric Serra) La Femme Nikita (Eric Serra) The Professional (Eric Serra) The Prisoner (3 disc tv series) The Saint (both soundtracks) Master and Commander Far Side of the World A Beautiful Mind A.I. Star Wars series (John Williams) Harry Potter series King Kong (John Barry) Battlestar Galactica series (original and remakes tv) The Sopranos (tv series) Ronin Lord of the Rings series Replacement Killers Black Hawk Down (Hans Zimmer) Gladiator (Hans Zimmer) MI-2 (Hans Zimmer) Bourne Identity and Supremacy Tears of the Sun (Hans Zimmer) Pirates of the Carribean Dead Mans Chest (Hans Zimmer) Pirates of the Carribean Black Pearl Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow Catch Me if You Can (John Williams) The Passion of the Christ Vertigo (Bernard Herrmann) North by Northwest (Bernard Herrmann) Day the Earth Stood Still (Bernard Herrmann) Thin Red Line (Hans Zimmer) Thief (Tangerine Dream) Ghost in the Shell The Avengers Alexander (Vangelis) Kingdom of Heaven Patriot Games Moby I like to Score Amelie Life Aquatic Rob Roy Well, thats most of the ones I took with me in cd cases when I recently moved over a thousand miles away, after my mother's passing in May. Does anyone else collect soundtrack's? I have been for many years and have many more (just cant think of them). I find this music (with no lyrics mostly-the orchestral scores) to be relaxing and unwinding and with many different moods (themes) to choose from. No lyrics like rock albums that sometimes have lyrics you cant make out or understand.