Appaloosa Soundtrack (

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1882, New Mexico Territory. Virgil Cole (Ed Harris) and Everett Hitch (Viggo Mortensen) are itinerant lawmen, hired by desperate towns as Marshal and Deputy, respectively. The city fathers of Appaloosa hire them after Randall Bragg (Jeremy Irons), a newly-arrived rancher with money and a gang of thugs, disrupts commerce and kills three local lawmen.

Cole and Hitch contrive to arrest Bragg and bring him to trial, but hanging him proves to be difficult. Meanwhile, a widow has arrived in town, Allison French (Renée Zellweger), pretty, refined, and good-natured. Virgil falls hard, and it seems mutual, but there may be more to Allison than meets the eye.

Can friendship and skill with a gun overcome a pernicious villain and green-eyed jealousy?

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Goodbye, Old Paint
Renée Zellweger: Performer
You'll Never Leave My Heart
Jeff Beal: Writer
Jeff Beal: Produced
Ed Harris: Performer
Scare Easy
Tom Petty: Writer
Camptown Races
Tenting Tonight on the Old Camp Ground
You'll Never Leave My Heart
Jeff Beal: Performer

User reviews

Robert Moore

The soundtrack effectively builds tension during the trial scenes, underscoring the high stakes and moral dilemmas faced by the characters.

Michael Scott

Overall, the soundtrack of Appaloosa is a masterful blend of mood-setting compositions and memorable themes that enrich the storytelling and elevate the viewing experience.

Timothy Allen

The music perfectly complements the storytelling, adding layers of complexity and depth to the film's themes of friendship, justice, and love.

Michelle Moore

The main theme of the soundtrack is both haunting and powerful, reflecting the challenges faced by Virgil Cole and Everett Hitch as they try to bring justice to the town of Appaloosa.

Charles Campbell

Overall, the soundtrack of Appaloosa enriches the viewing experience by immersing the audience in the Old West setting and enhancing the emotional depth of the characters.

Thomas Smith

The music enhances the tension and suspense of the film, heightening the stakes during the confrontations between the lawmen and the villainous Randall Bragg and his gang.

Carol Perez

The score conveys a sense of camaraderie and loyalty between Virgil Cole and Everett Hitch, reflecting their deep bond and unwavering dedication to upholding justice in the lawless frontier.

Linda Garcia

The music during the action scenes is intense and adrenaline-pumping, enhancing the suspense and danger of the confrontations between the lawmen and the villainous Randall Bragg and his gang.

Steven Smith

The romantic moments in the film are beautifully accompanied by soft and melodic tunes, highlighting the emotional connection between Virgil and Allison.

Steven Scott

The soundtrack of Appaloosa perfectly captures the essence of the Old West setting, immersing the listener in the rugged and unforgiving landscape of the New Mexico Territory.

Elizabeth King

The music felt generic and uninspired, failing to evoke any emotional response or enhance the storytelling of the film. It missed the opportunity to elevate key moments and create a more immersive experience for the audience.

Melissa Phillips

The use of traditional Western instruments such as guitars, harmonicas, and fiddles adds authenticity to the soundtrack, transporting the audience back to the era of cowboys and outlaws.

George Gonzalez

The soundtrack of Appaloosa perfectly captures the rugged and lawless atmosphere of the New Mexico Territory in 1882. The use of traditional Western instruments like guitar and harmonica adds authenticity to the music.

Dorothy Roberts

The soundtrack of Appaloosa failed to capture the essence of the Wild West setting, lacking the necessary grit and intensity to accompany the rugged landscapes and tough characters.

Mark Walker

The use of silence in certain scenes is also impactful, creating a sense of unease and anticipation as the plot unfolds.