I have always looked at the music behind the film before watching it. To me, the music, the background scores, are what can make or break a film. I've seen films completely botch it with shitty soundtracks, and films sound so good that I could get over how bad the story itself was. What was a rare thing for me was when I could enjoy not just the music, but the story. Amazing artists like James Horner, who we'll not see his likes again after his death in 2015, who made scores in Braveheart, The Land Before Time, Avatar. So many good scores to amazing movies, he was one of my favourite music directors. The two movies that I really fell in love with was The Land Before Time and Brother Bear. Their scores, the whole soundtrack, was enough to really make me want to watch these films over and over again. Not just the music but the storyline; the music however made the films so much more better. What are some films with soundtracks you adore?