Lucas Soundtrack (

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Synopsis

Lucas is a promising kid, bright, inquisitive, knowledgeable, industrious, but for a boy aged 14 those qualities don't count for much socially, his daily life in high school is a brave but hopeless struggle against cruel ridicule (nicknamed 'leukoplakia') and abuse on account of his frail figure, 'miniature' size and athletic ineptitude, while any demonstration of precocious erudition is frowned upon by his ignorant, dumber peers and seniors, fortunately with one remarkable exception: the studly football team captain, generally known as Cappie, gallantly protects the 'shrimp' and as soon as he gets to know Lucas appreciates his mind and courage, eager to learn from him.

The arrival of an attractive new girl in his school and neighborhood proves a mixed blessing: Maggie becomes his best friend and companion, admiring his many talents, but inevitably she soon falls for Cappie the other way, so now his 'big brother' and protector seems little Lucas's rival, however hard the hunk tries to stay friends...

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Lucas
Walk of Life
Mark Knopfler: Writer
Dire Straits: Performer
Follow Your Heart
Peter Rafelson: Performer
Peter Rafelson: Writer
Night Rolls On
Chris Farren: Performer
Chris Farren: Writer
King for a Day
Thompson Twins: Performer
Tom Bailey: Writer
Hit Me with Your Best Shot
Eddie Schwartz: Writer
Strut
Charlie Dore: Writer
Main Title
Dave Grusin: Performer
Lucas
Dave Grusin: Performer
Maggie Drives Off
Dave Grusin: Performer
Montage
Dave Grusin: Performer
Someone To Make Fun Of
Dave Grusin: Performer
Like A Hugh M & N
Dave Grusin: Performer
Because You're Nice To Him
Dave Grusin: Performer
Montage #2
Dave Grusin: Performer
Second Dance Tune
Dave Grusin: Performer
Pizza Parlor
Dave Grusin: Performer
In The Shower
Dave Grusin: Performer
Running
Dave Grusin: Performer
The Underpass
Dave Grusin: Performer
To The Rescue
Dave Grusin: Performer
In The Locker Room
Dave Grusin: Performer
Going For The Ball
Dave Grusin: Performer
Hurt
Dave Grusin: Performer
In The Hospital
Dave Grusin: Performer
Lucas And Maggie Talk
Dave Grusin: Performer
The Letter
Dave Grusin: Performer
End Credits
Dave Grusin: Performer
20th Century Fox Fanfare (with CinemaScope extension) (Alfred Newman)
David Arnold: Performer
All About Eve (1950) - Main Title / The Award (Alfred Newman)
David Arnold: Performer
How Green Was My Valley (1941) - The Family and Bronwen / Finale / End Title (Alfred Newman)
David Arnold: Performer
The Song of Bernadette (1943) - The Vision (Alfred Newman)
David Arnold: Performer
Laura (1994) - Main Title (David Raksin)
David Arnold: Performer
The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (1947) - Prelude / Local Train / The Sea (Bernard Herrmann)
David Arnold: Performer
Captain From Castile (1947) - Conquest (Alfred Newman)
David Arnold: Performer
Twelve O'Clock High (1948) - Main title (Alfred Newman)
David Arnold: Performer
The Day The Earth STood Still (1951) - Prelude / Outer Space / Radar (Bernard Herrmann)
David Arnold: Performer
Viva Zapata! (1952) - Gathering Forces (Alex North)
David Arnold: Performer
My Cousin Rachel (1952) - Main Title (Franz Waxman)
David Arnold: Performer
The Robe (1953) - Main Title / Caligula's Arrival / Finale (Alfred Newman)
David Arnold: Performer
Prince Valiant (1954) - Main Title / King Aguar's Escape (Franz Waxman)
David Arnold: Performer
Untamed (195) - Main Title (Franz Waxman)
David Arnold: Performer
The Rains of Ranchipur (1955) - Main Title (Hugo Friedhofer)
David Arnold: Performer
How to Marry a Millionaire (1953) - Street Scene (Alfred Newman)
David Arnold: Performer
The Seven Year Itch (1955) - Main Title (Alfred Newman)
David Arnold: Performer
Three Coins In The Fountain (1954) - Prelude / Rome (Victor Young)
David Arnold: Performer
Love Is A Many-Splendored Thing (1955) - Main Title / God Has Been Good / Finale (Alfred Newman)
David Arnold: Performer
The Long, Hot Summer (1958) - The Long, Hot Summer, Lyrics by Sammy Cahn, Performed by Jimmie Rodgers / Two Butterflies
David Arnold: Performer
From The Terrace (1960) - Love Theme (Elmer Bernstein)
David Arnold: Performer
Disc Time:
David Arnold: Performer
Cleopatra (1963) - Main Title / Cleopatra Enters Rome (Alex North)
David Arnold: Performer
The Sand Pebbles (1966) - Overture / Main Title (Jerry Goldsmith)
David Arnold: Performer
Planet Of The Apes (1968) - Main Title / The Hunt (Jerry Goldsmith)
David Arnold: Performer
Patton (1970) - Main Title / German Advance (Jerry Goldsmith)
David Arnold: Performer
Tora! Tora! Tora! (1970) - Main Title (Jerry Goldsmith)
David Arnold: Performer
The French Connection (1971) - Main Title / This Is It (Don Ellis)
David Arnold: Performer
The Poseidon Adventure (1972) - Main Title (John Williams)
David Arnold: Performer
The Paper Chase (1973) - End Title (John Williams)
David Arnold: Performer
Conrack (1974) - Main Title (John Williams)
David Arnold: Performer
The Omen (1976) - Ave Satani (Jerry Goldsmith)
David Arnold: Performer
Magic (1978) - Main Title (Jerry Goldsmith)
David Arnold: Performer
The Fury (1978) - For Gillian / End Title (John Williams)
David Arnold: Performer
Alien (1979) - Main Title (Jerry Goldsmith)
David Arnold: Performer
Norma Rae (1979) - It Goes Like It Goes (Lyrics by Norman Gimbel, Performed by Jennifer Warnes) (David Shire)
David Arnold: Performer
Author! Author! (1982) - Main Title (Dave Grusin)
David Arnold: Performer
Max Dugan Returns (1983) - End Title (David Shire)
David Arnold: Performer
Romancing The Stone (1984) - End Title (Alan Silvestri)
David Arnold: Performer
Commando (1985) - Prologue / Main Title (James Horner)
David Arnold: Performer
Predator (1986) - Main Title (Alan Silvestri)
David Arnold: Performer
The Fly (1986) - Main Title (Howard Shore)
David Arnold: Performer
Lucas (1986) - Main Title (Dave Grusin)
David Arnold: Performer
Raising Arizona (1987) - Way Out There (Carter Burwell)
David Arnold: Performer
Wall Street (1987) - Bud's Scam (Stewart Copeland)
David Arnold: Performer
Big (1988) - Opening (Howard Shore)
David Arnold: Performer
Broadcast News (1987) - Young Jane / Main Title (Bill Conti)
David Arnold: Performer
Die Hard (1988) - The Nakatomi Plaza / Gruber's Arrival (Michael Kamen)
David Arnold: Performer
The Abyss (1989) - Bud on the Ledge (Alan Silvestri)
David Arnold: Performer
Hoffa (1992) - End Credits (David Newman)
David Arnold: Performer
Mrs. Doubtfire (1993) - Main Title (Howard Shore
David Arnold: Performer
Speed (1994) - The Rescue (Mark Mancina)
David Arnold: Performer
Cast Away (2000) - End Credits (Alan Silvestri)
David Arnold: Performer
Unfaithful (2002) - Unfaithful (Jan A.P. Kaczmarek)
David Arnold: Performer
Ice Age (2002) - Opening Travel Music (David Newman)
David Arnold: Performer
I, Robot (2004) - End Credits (Marco Beltrami)
David Arnold: Performer
Fantastic Four (2005) - Main Titles (John Ottman)
David Arnold: Performer
Night At The Museum (2006) - Night At The Museum (Alan Silvestri)
David Arnold: Performer
Horton Hears A Who! (2008) - Horton Suite (John Powell)
David Arnold: Performer
Independence Day (1996) - End Credits (David Arnold)
David Arnold: Performer
The Long, Hot Summer (1958) - The Long, Hot Summer, Lyrics by Sammy Cahn, Performed by Jimmie Rodgers / Two Butterflies
David Arnold: Performer

User reviews

Mary White
7/10

The soundtrack of Lucas showcases a diverse range of musical styles and genres, offering a dynamic and engaging auditory experience for viewers.

Ashley Hill
5/10

Overall, the soundtrack of Lucas is a powerful and evocative element that enriches the storytelling and enhances the viewer's emotional connection to the characters.

Mark Carter
5/10

The use of subtle melodies and delicate instrumentation conveys Lucas's inner strength and resilience in the face of adversity.

Timothy Garcia
2/10

The soundtrack of Lucas did not resonate with me due to its lack of emotional depth and impact. The music failed to enhance the scenes or evoke any genuine feelings, making the viewing experience less engaging and memorable.

James Lewis
8/10

The soundtrack of Lucas evokes a sense of nostalgia and innocence, transporting listeners to the world of adolescence and the complexities of growing up.

Kenneth Garcia
8/10

The songs in Lucas are both uplifting and poignant, striking a perfect balance between moments of joy and moments of introspection.

Jennifer Rodriguez
1/10

I found the musical choices in Lucas to be generic and uninspired, lacking originality and creativity. The soundtrack did not contribute to building the atmosphere or enhancing the storytelling, leaving me feeling indifferent towards the music throughout the film.

Michelle Adams
6/10

The soundtrack of Lucas perfectly captures the emotional depth of the main character's struggles and triumphs.

Anthony Robinson
7/10

The soundtrack features a beautiful blend of instrumental pieces and lyrical songs that complement the themes of friendship, resilience, and self-discovery in the film.

Steven Jackson
5/10

The music enhances the sense of isolation and loneliness that Lucas feels in high school, creating a somber and reflective atmosphere.

Michelle Davis
8/10

The soundtrack of Lucas perfectly captures the emotional journey of the main character, from his struggles with bullying to his moments of triumph.

Laura Parker
5/10

The incorporation of different musical styles and genres reflects the diverse range of emotions experienced by the characters throughout the film.

Laura Campbell
7/10

Overall, the music in Lucas is a standout feature of the film, adding depth, emotion, and resonance to the story of a young boy navigating the challenges of adolescence.

Laura Parker
7/10

The music in Lucas adds depth and nuance to the storytelling, helping to convey the inner turmoil and external challenges faced by the protagonist.

Joseph Scott
8/10

The music in Lucas effectively creates a sense of empathy and connection with the audience, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Andrew Green
8/10

The musical score in Lucas enhances the character development and relationships within the film, providing a rich and immersive backdrop for the narrative.

Stephanie Martinez
6/10

The soundtrack effectively underscores the evolving dynamics of Lucas's relationships with Maggie and Cappie, adding layers of complexity to the story.