I Love Trouble Soundtrack (

I Love Trouble Soundtrack (1994) cover

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Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Me gustan los líos

Title in Italiano:

Inviati molto speciali

Title in Português:

Adoro Sarilhos

Title in Français:

Les complices

Title in Türk:

Bayılırım Belaya


Veteran reporter Peter Brackett is enjoying new found fame after his book "White Lies" is published. When his newspaper, "The Chicago Chronicle," asks him to report on a train crash, he notices new reporter Sabrina Peterson.

Brackett's complacency gets rudely shocked by Peterson's report for the rival "Chicago Globe." What follows is a mad race between the reporters who then cook up possible events that led up to the crash.

After an initial spate of mad reporting, both settle down to get the facts straight, which leads them to uncover opposing information. When each gets setup to be killed at the same place, they escape, then agree to work together.

While they initially do not trust each other, they eventually work together to uncover the truth behind the train crash.

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I Love Trouble
Good Morning, Chicago
Steve Tyrell: Writer
Piano Cocktail
Are You Gonna Go My Way?
Lenny Kravitz: Performer
Lenny Kravitz: Writer
Rainbow Town
Steakhouse Piano
Heartache Tonight
David Palmer: Performer
Steve Tyrell: Arrangement
Don Henley: Writer
You Really Got a Hold on Me
Smokey Robinson: Writer
Robbyn Kirmsse: Performer
Jeffrey Baxter: Arrangement
Bridal Chorus from 'Lohengrin'
Richard Wagner: Composer
Robert Shaw Chorale: Performer
Affettuoso (from Brandenburg Concerto #5)
The NBC News Theme
John Williams: Writer
Outdoor Life #1
Ole Georg: Writer
Bridal Chorus from 'Lohengrin'
Richard Wagner: Performer
Here's Peter
David Newman: Performer
Here's Sabrina
David Newman: Performer
Calling All Boggs
David Newman: Performer
Honeymoon Night
David Newman: Performer
Two Scoop Snoops
David Newman: Performer
Everybody Buys the Globe
David Newman: Performer
Scoop De Jour
David Newman: Performer
Sabrina's Hip
David Newman: Performer
Wild Goose Chase
David Newman: Performer
The Beekman Agreement
David Newman: Performer
Keyhole Foreplay
David Newman: Performer
Happily Ever After
David Newman: Performer
"I Love Trouble"
David Newman: Performer
You've Really Got a Hold On Me (Robbyn Kirmsse)
David Newman: Performer
I Love Trouble Suite - Part I
Elmer Bernstein: Performer
I Love Trouble Suite - Part II
Elmer Bernstein: Performer

User reviews

Joseph Martin

The use of different musical styles in the soundtrack adds depth and variety to the overall experience of watching the film. From suspenseful orchestral pieces to energetic rock tracks, the music complements the various moods of the scenes.

Kimberly Campbell

The soundtrack includes memorable themes and motifs that stay with the viewer even after the movie ends, adding to the overall impact of the film.

Deborah Green

The soundtrack of I Love Trouble felt uninspired and generic, lacking any memorable or standout musical moments that could enhance the viewing experience.

Brian Evans

The soundtrack of I Love Trouble is a perfect match for the fast-paced and suspenseful plot of the movie. The music sets the tone for the competitive and intense atmosphere between the characters.

Amanda Evans

The choice of songs in certain key moments of the movie adds an extra layer of meaning and emotion, enhancing the storytelling and character development.

Donna Robinson

Overall, the soundtrack of I Love Trouble is a vital component of the movie's success, effectively enhancing the narrative and engaging the audience on an emotional level.

James Johnson

The soundtrack of I Love Trouble perfectly captures the thrilling and fast-paced nature of investigative journalism. The music intensifies the suspense and excitement as the veteran reporter and the new journalist engage in a mad race to uncover the truth behind the train crash.

Kimberly Walker

The music did not effectively convey the tension and excitement of the investigative journalism plot, failing to build suspense or create a sense of urgency in key scenes.

Joshua Moore

The use of different musical themes to represent the contrasting personalities of the main characters adds depth to the story. The soundtrack effectively conveys the evolution of their relationship from fierce competitors to reluctant allies, enhancing the emotional impact of their journey towards uncovering the truth.

Carol Perez

The soundtrack effectively enhances the action sequences in the movie, providing an adrenaline-fueled backdrop to the reporters' race to uncover the truth behind the train crash.

Betty White

The use of different musical themes to represent the characters of Peter Brackett and Sabrina Peterson was brilliant, enhancing their dynamic and evolving relationship throughout the movie.

Linda Young

The blend of suspenseful tracks and more melodic pieces created a well-rounded listening experience that complemented the on-screen action and kept me engaged from start to finish.

William Taylor

The overall sound of the soundtrack seemed dated and out of touch with the contemporary setting of the film, creating a disconnect between the music and the story being told on screen.

Kenneth Moore

The soundtrack of I Love Trouble perfectly captured the fast-paced and thrilling atmosphere of the film. The music heightened the tension during the mad race between the reporters and added depth to the investigative scenes.

Ronald Baker

The emotional depth of the music in certain scenes helps to connect the audience with the characters, making their journey more engaging and relatable.