Drop Zone Soundtrack (

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Rating: 5.60/10 from 21000 votes
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Salto al peligro

Title in Italiano:

Omicidio nel vuoto


Aboard a commercial airliner, U.S. Marshall Pete Nessip and his brother Terry, a fellow marshal, are escorting prison inmate Earl Leedy, who is a computer wizard, to a high-security prison. When an apparent terrorist hijack attempt blows a hole in the airplane, Terry is sucked out to his death, and the terrorists parachute out of the same hole, taking Leedy with them.

A devastated Pete is blamed for overreacting to the incident, and he's forced to turn in his badge. Pete believes that the assault may have been an elaborate prison break meant to free Leedy. Renegade skydiver and former DEA agent Ty Moncrief is the mastermind behind the attack, which culminated in the first-ever parachute jump from a commercial jet at 30,000 feet.

Ty plans to use Leedy to hack into the DEA mainframe computer in Washington DC, so Ty can auction off the names of undercover agents to drug cartels worldwide. Ty has scheduled this to be accomplished during an Independence Day parachute exhibition and fireworks display, which is the one day every year when security is loosened around the airspace above Washington DC.

Because skydiving played a part in the airplane hijacking, Pete finds his way to Jessie Crossman, a world-class skydiver and ex-con, whose ex-husband Jagger, unknown to all, is part of Ty's crew. Jessie agrees to train Pete how to skydive, if he will sponsor her team for the parachute exhibition.

When Jessie's parachuting friend Selkirk is severely injured after using a faulty parachute that Ty had intended for Jessie to use, Pete is appointed to take Selkirk's place. When Jagger is found dead, tangled in some high-voltage power lines, it's obvious that his death was a murder engineered by Ty, and with Pete's help, Jessie seeks revenge on Ty.

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Drop Zone
Ryeland Allison: Writer
Senor Matanza
Manu Chao: Writer
Mano Negra: Performer
Baby Please Don't Go
Webb Wilder: Performer
Fall Down
Toad the Wet Sprocket: Performer
Todd Nichols: Performer
Glen Phillips: Lyric
Follow That Man
Boz Scaggs: Writer
The Strangest Party
INXS: Performer
Slow Turn
Baby Please Don't Go
Big Joe Williams: Performer

User reviews

Carol Miller

The soundtrack of Drop Zone perfectly captures the adrenaline-fueled action sequences throughout the film, enhancing the tension and excitement.

Jennifer Garcia

The music beautifully sets the tone for the skydiving scenes, providing a sense of freedom and adventure that complements the visuals on screen.

Sarah Robinson

The use of electronic beats and pulsating rhythms in the soundtrack adds a modern and edgy feel to the movie, making it feel current and engaging.

Carol Turner

The composer's ability to create a sense of urgency and suspense through the music elevates the intensity of the plot twists and turns, keeping the audience on the edge of their seats.

James Harris

The musical score captures the tension and excitement of the story, enhancing the emotional impact of each scene. The use of dynamic rhythms and powerful melodies creates a sense of urgency and danger, keeping the audience on the edge of their seats from start to finish.

Mary Davis

Overall, the soundtrack of Drop Zone is a well-crafted blend of different musical styles that enhances the action-packed nature of the movie and helps to immerse the audience in the thrilling world of skydiving and espionage.

Michelle Smith

The soundtrack of Drop Zone is a dynamic mix of suspenseful orchestral pieces and high-energy electronic tracks that perfectly complement the fast-paced action sequences.

Mary Wilson

The soundtrack of Drop Zone fails to capture the intensity and suspense of the action scenes, making it difficult to feel fully immersed in the high-stakes skydiving sequences.

Michelle Hall

The music choices in the film often feel generic and uninspired, lacking the unique flair and energy needed to complement the adrenaline-fueled plot of the movie.

Steven Perez

The soundtrack of Drop Zone misses the opportunity to enhance the emotional depth of the characters and their motivations, leaving the audience disconnected from the unfolding drama and character dynamics.

Mary Garcia

Overall, the soundtrack of Drop Zone is a brilliant masterpiece that enhances the cinematic experience and adds depth to the characters' emotions and motivations. It is a perfect blend of music and storytelling, making it a memorable and essential component of the film.

Amanda Adams

The emotional depth of the soundtrack shines through in moments of character development, adding a layer of complexity and resonance to the storytelling.

Emily Wilson

The use of electronic beats and pulsating rhythms in certain scenes effectively heightens the sense of urgency and danger, keeping the audience on the edge of their seats throughout the film.

Linda Garcia

The soundtrack of Drop Zone truly elevates the action-packed scenes and suspenseful moments throughout the movie. Each track perfectly complements the high-stakes skydiving sequences and intense plot twists, immersing the viewer in the adrenaline-fueled atmosphere of the film.

Joseph Phillips

The music captures the adrenaline-pumping thrill of skydiving and the tension of the cat-and-mouse game between the characters, adding depth to the storytelling and enhancing the overall viewing experience.