Invincible Soundtrack (

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In the summer of 1976, 30-year old Vince Papale is having a tough run of luck. He's been working as a substitute teacher for two days a week but has just found out that his job has been eliminated because of budget cuts. His wife gives up on him saying he'll never amount to anything and asks for a divorce. He works as a part-time bartender and plays football with his friends. When the new coach of the Philadelphia Eagles, Dick Vermeil, announces that he will hold open tryouts for the team, Vince reluctantly decides to give it a try. Based on a true story.

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I Got a Name
Jim Croce: Performer
Charles Fox: Writer
Funk No. 49
Joe Walsh: Writer
James Gang: Performer
Let It Ride
Do It Again
Donald Fagen: Writer
Steely Dan: Performer
It's Too Late
Carole King: Writer
Carole King: Performer
Drift Away
Dobie Gray: Performer
Mentor Williams: Writer
How Long
Paul Carrack: Writer
Ace: Performer
One for My Baby
Harold Arlen: Writer
Johnny Mercer: Performer
Let's Work Together
Feelin' Alright
Diamond Side Down
Free Ride
Where Did the Time Go
What is Real
Caddilack Girl
Do It Til You're Satisfied
I've Been in Love
Mandolin Wind
Fooled Around and Fell in Love
Give Us the Funk
I Just Want to Celebrate
Do You Know What I Mean
These Days
It's Too Late
Carole King: Performer
Eagles' Victory Song
Harold Arlen: Performer
Let's Work Together
Wilbert Harrison: Performer
Feelin' Alright
Dave Mason: Performer
Do It Til You're Satisfied
Billy Nichols: Performer
I've Been in Love
Johnny Coppola: Performer

User reviews

Kenneth Jackson

The soundtrack of Invincible misses the mark in creating a sense of time and place, failing to transport the audience to the gritty and challenging world of 1970s Philadelphia. The music feels disconnected from the setting and era of the film, resulting in a jarring and inconsistent viewing experience.

Steven Hernandez

The musical score in Invincible lacks originality and creativity, relying on clichéd and predictable compositions that do little to enhance the overall viewing experience. The soundtrack feels like an afterthought, rather than a carefully crafted element that complements the narrative and character development.

Mary Nelson

The use of uplifting and motivational melodies in the soundtrack enhances the underdog story of Vince Papale, making the audience root for his success throughout the film. The music perfectly complements the narrative, creating a powerful and emotional viewing experience.

Stephanie Roberts

Each track in the soundtrack evokes a sense of determination and resilience, mirroring Vince's unwavering spirit and never-give-up attitude throughout his challenging but ultimately rewarding path to success.

Kimberly Hall

Overall, the music in Invincible adds depth and emotion to the story, enhancing the audience's connection to the characters and their journey. The soundtrack plays a crucial role in shaping the film's atmosphere and conveying the themes of perseverance and triumph.

Brian Wright

The soundtrack of Invincible perfectly captures the emotional journey of the protagonist, Vince Papale, as he faces numerous challenges in his life. The music evokes a sense of determination and perseverance that resonates with the audience.

David Wright

The music perfectly complements the inspirational story of Vince Papale, enhancing the emotional impact of his journey towards achieving his dream of playing for the Philadelphia Eagles.

Michael Clark

The soundtrack of Invincible fails to capture the emotional depth and intensity of Vince Papale's struggles and triumphs. The music feels generic and uninspired, lacking the power to elevate the storytelling and connect with the audience on a deeper level.

Dorothy Allen

The soundtrack of Invincible effectively conveys the sense of hope and resilience that defines Vince Papale's character. The music reflects his inner strength and determination to overcome obstacles and achieve his dreams, creating a compelling and inspiring atmosphere.

Kimberly Harris

The soundtrack of Invincible truly captures the emotional journey of Vince Papale, from his struggles to his triumphs, in a powerful and moving way.