Some movies can get away without a soundtrack—or with a minimal soundtrack—if the content speaks for itself loud enough. Great movies in this tradition include No Country for Old Men, Rear Window, A Separation and Open Hearts. That said, music makes it so much easier for the audience to be engaged with the material. Sometimes, it can even make us care for stories and characters we wouldn’t normally care about. And that’s all the for the best, since one of the primary missions of cinema is to take audiences on explorations of new territory and different modes of being, alongside characters who can be strange compared to the ones viewers are familiar with in their personal lives and close entourage.
These are 12 movies from 2015-2019 whose themes were elevated by great soundtracks.Read MoreMovieWeb – Feed