L'Arme fatale Soundtrack (

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Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Arma letal

Title in Italiano:

Arma letale

Title in Português:

Arma Mortífera

Title in Français:

L'Arme fatale

Title in Türk:

Cehennem silahı


Roger Murtaugh is an aging family man and sensible veteran police officer just trying to make it through the day unscathed.

Martin Riggs is a suicidal loose cannon cop who doesn't care if he even lives to see the end of the day.

Reluctantly thrown together to solve the mysterious murder of a banker's daughter, the unlikely duo uncovers a dangerous ring of drug smugglers employing ex-military mercenaries.

After a tragic turn of events, the mission becomes personal and the mismatched investigators must learn to trust one another as they wage a two-man war against a deadly criminal organization.

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L'Arme fatale
Jingle Bell Rock
Joe Beal: Writer
Bobby Helms: Performer
I'll Be Home For Christmas
Elvis Presley: Performer
Kim Gannon: Writer
Happy Birthday to You
Patty S. Hill: Writer
Silent Night
Franz Xaver Gruber: Performer
Deck The Halls
Thomas Oliphant: Writer
Jingle Bells
James Pierpont: Writer
Bugs Bunny Theme - This Is It
Mack David: Writer
Mel Blanc: Performer
Bad to the Bone
I'll Be Home For Christmas
Kim Gannon: Performer
The First Nowell
Kim Gannon: Performer

User reviews

Richard Evans

The soundtrack effectively mirrors the evolving relationship between Murtaugh and Riggs, from initial distrust to a deep bond built on mutual respect.

Daniel Lee

The soundtrack of Lethal Weapon perfectly captures the tension and intensity of the film's plot, enhancing every scene with its powerful and dynamic compositions.

Melissa Allen

The emotional depth of the soundtrack adds layers to the story, especially during the more poignant moments of the film.

George Scott

The soundtrack effectively conveys the emotional journey of the characters, from moments of introspection and vulnerability to high-stakes confrontations, adding depth to the overall storytelling.

William Wright

Overall, the music in Lethal Weapon contributes significantly to the film's atmosphere and helps to immerse the audience in the gritty and dangerous world of the story.

George Robinson

The seamless integration of the music with the narrative adds another layer of depth to the film, elevating the overall viewing experience and making the soundtrack an essential element of Lethal Weapon's success.

Susan Evans

The main theme of Lethal Weapon is instantly recognizable and sets the tone for the entire film, becoming a character in its own right.

Amanda Roberts

The music skillfully reflects the contrast between Roger Murtaugh's grounded and family-oriented character and Martin Riggs' reckless and volatile nature, creating a compelling musical backdrop for their evolving partnership.

Emily Brown

The soundtrack of Lethal Weapon perfectly captures the contrasting personalities of the main characters, with a mix of intense and emotional tracks that reflect the tension between Murtaugh and Riggs.

Donna Thompson

The soundtrack of Lethal Weapon perfectly captures the intense and gritty atmosphere of the film.

Mary Martin

Overall, the soundtrack of Lethal Weapon is a masterful composition that elevates the film to a whole new level of cinematic experience.

Melissa Nelson

The emotional depth and complexity of the soundtrack mirror the characters' personal struggles and the high-stakes nature of their mission, immersing the audience in the story and intensifying the thrill of the action sequences.

Stephanie Rodriguez

The score intensifies the action sequences, creating a sense of urgency and danger that keeps the audience on the edge of their seats.

Matthew Roberts

The music enhances the character development of Roger Murtaugh and Martin Riggs, making their struggles and motivations feel more authentic.

Margaret Martinez

The music helps to build tension and suspense throughout the film, keeping the audience engaged and invested in the outcome of the story.

Linda Gonzalez

The blend of traditional orchestral elements with modern synthesizers gives the music a unique and memorable quality.

Steven Williams

The use of different musical motifs for the two main characters helps to deepen their characterization and creates a dynamic and engaging listening experience.

Karen Thompson

The music enhances the action scenes in the movie, adding a sense of urgency and adrenaline that keeps the audience on the edge of their seats.

John Perez

The use of different musical motifs for the two main characters effectively conveys their contrasting personalities and inner conflicts.