_ Many elements come into play in order to make a movie memorable.
A good film score will draw the audience into the movie; it will help create empathy and atmosphere. A good film score will also lift a not so good movie up a few notches.
I can think of four movies that didn’t do so well on release that have now gone on to become cult classics.
Superman: The Movie (1978) John Williams
Original Star Wars Trilogy: (1977-1983) John Williams
Jaws Theme (1975) John Williams
A good way to get those creative juices flowing is to listen to your favorite movie score and imagine your story and key scenes playing out to it.
A list of great movie scores follows. This list isn't inexhaustible by any means and plenty more can be added to it.
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