Million Dollar Arm Soundtrack (

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Rating: 7.00/10 from 48000 votes
Alternate Names:
Title in Italiano:

Million Dollar Arm

Title in Português:

O Rapaz do Milhão de Dólares

Title in Türk:

Yetenek Avcısı

Title in Deutsch:

Million Dollar Arm

Synopsis

In 2008, J. B. Bernstein is a sports agent who finds his business being seriously outplayed by his deep-pocketed competitors. Inspired by reality shows and Indian cricket games on TV, Bernstein gets the bold idea of finding cricket players in India and training them to become pro baseball players in America. After a long search, Bernstein finds two talented but non-cricket-playing youths, Rinku Singh and Dinesh Patel and takes them to Los Angeles where they find mastering a new sport in a foreign land a daunting challenge. As these boys struggle amid an alien culture, Bernstein must find a way to make their dream come true, during which he finds a deeper humanity to his work with unexpected and growing friendships.

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Million Dollar Arm
I Dreamed A Dream
Alain Boublil: Writer
Susan Boyle: Performer
Spreading The Word
A.R. Rahman: Writer
What Lies Beneath
A.R. Rahman: Writer
A.R. Rahman: Produced
A.R. Rahman: Performer
Million Dollar Dream
A.R. Rahman: Writer
A.R. Rahman: Produced
A.R. Rahman: Performer
Ringa Ringa
A.R. Rahman: Writer
A.R. Rahman: Performer
Bridge Procession
A.R. Rahman: Writer
Keep The Hustle
A.R. Rahman: Writer
A.R. Rahman: Produced
A.R. Rahman: Performer
Chillin'
Wale: Performer
Steam: Performer
Gary DeCarlo: Writer
I Wanna (PRTeY)
Axident: Writer
Axident: Performer
Whodat?
Andres Titus: Writer
Black Sheep: Performer
Dang Diggy Dang
The Beatards: Performer
Successful
Drake: Performer
Trey Songz: Writer
We Could Be Kings
KT Tunstall: Writer
Serenade For 13 Wind Instruments
Thiraakaatha
A.R. Rahman: Writer
A.R. Rahman: Performer
Raga Saga
A.R. Rahman: Performer
Chillin'
Gary DeCarlo: Performer
This Pleasant Land
KT Tunstall: Performer

User reviews

James Wright
6/10

The soundtrack of Million Dollar Arm perfectly captures the cultural fusion and emotional journey of the characters. The blend of Indian and American music creates a unique and uplifting atmosphere throughout the film.

George Harris
6/10

The music effectively enhances the poignant moments of struggle and triumph in the story, evoking a sense of hope and determination in the audience. The use of traditional Indian instruments alongside Western melodies adds depth and richness to the overall listening experience.

Dorothy Williams
7/10

The soundtrack of Million Dollar Arm perfectly captures the emotional journey of the characters, from the initial excitement of discovering the talented cricket players in India to the challenges they face while adapting to a new sport in America.

George Carter
2/10

I found the soundtrack of Million Dollar Arm to be lacking in emotional depth and failed to capture the cultural fusion that the story revolves around. The music felt generic and did not enhance the storytelling or character development in a meaningful way.

Margaret Wilson
7/10

The music enhances the sense of cultural exploration and personal growth in the film, creating a rich and immersive experience for the audience. The fusion of traditional Indian sounds with American baseball themes adds depth and authenticity to the story, making the soundtrack a standout element of the movie.

Daniel Moore
2/10

Additionally, I felt that the soundtrack did not effectively convey the sense of struggle and triumph that the main characters experienced throughout their journey. The music choices seemed disconnected from the emotional arc of the film, making it difficult for me as a viewer to fully engage with the story on an emotional level.

Sarah Jackson
6/10

Overall, the soundtrack of Million Dollar Arm is a powerful and evocative accompaniment to the film's narrative, immersing the viewers in the emotional and transformative journey of the characters.