Mossad Soundtrack (

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Rating: 6.70/10 from 783 votes
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Action-Comedy, Parody of the Israeli Mossad. The Mossad and CIA team up to save the world from the "Really Bad Guys" terrorist organization. After an American tech-billionaire is kidnapped in Israel, the Mossad rushes to save him while the CIA send their best agent to help out. The Mossad agent and the CIA agent must work together even though they conflict like everything else in the Middle East. Should they fail at saving the world, the retiring director of the Mossad will lose his chance to light a torch in the Independence Day torch-lighting ceremony. The film features wacky humor, stunts, actors, dialogue and even a credit roll at the end.

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Brothers In Arms
Should I Stay or Should I Go - Remastered
War Machine
You're My Best Friend - Remastered 2011
A View to a Kill
You Could Be Mine
Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me - From 'Batman Forever'
Demolition Man
Don't Stop Me Now - Remastered 2011
Stuck In The Middle With You
You Know My Name - From "Casino Royale" Soundtrack
Battle Cry
Saturday Night’s Alright (For Fighting) - Remastered 2014
Opps (with Yugen Blakrok)

User reviews

Joseph Hill

The catchy and upbeat tunes in the soundtrack of Mossad perfectly complement the wacky humor and stunts, creating a truly immersive and enjoyable viewing experience.

Thomas Martinez

The soundtrack of Mossad effectively complemented the dynamic relationship between the Mossad and CIA agents, mirroring their conflicting yet cooperative interactions. The music underscored their teamwork and added depth to their characters.

Edward Campbell

The soundtrack of Mossad perfectly captures the adventurous and comedic tone of the film. Each track immerses the listener in the high-stakes world of espionage while also incorporating elements of parody and humor.

Richard Hernandez

Overall, the soundtrack of Mossad was a delightful accompaniment to the film, providing a lively and engaging musical backdrop to the action, comedy, and parody elements. It enhanced the viewing experience and left a memorable impression.

Edward Taylor

Overall, the soundtrack of Mossad is a standout feature of the film, elevating the storytelling and contributing to the overall enjoyment of the action-comedy genre.

Michael Hill

I found the use of Middle Eastern-inspired melodies and rhythms in the soundtrack to be a clever touch, adding an authentic and cultural flair to the film. It helped to immerse me in the setting and storyline of the Mossad and CIA collaboration.

Michael Williams

The music choices in Mossad felt disjointed and out of place, sometimes overshadowing the comedic moments with inappropriate or distracting melodies that detracted from the overall viewing experience.

James Thomas

The soundtrack of Mossad perfectly captures the lighthearted and comedic tone of the film. The music enhances the action-packed scenes and adds to the overall fun and entertainment of the movie.

Melissa Green

The music enhances the action-packed scenes with dynamic rhythms and exciting melodies, creating a sense of thrill and excitement for the audience. It perfectly complements the wacky humor and stunts featured in the movie, adding an extra layer of entertainment to the overall experience.

Matthew Walker

The use of various instruments and melodies in the soundtrack adds depth and excitement to the action-packed sequences, keeping me engaged and entertained throughout the entire movie.

Patricia Hill

The soundtrack of Mossad perfectly captures the adventurous and comedic tone of the film, enhancing every scene with its energetic and dynamic music.

Steven Rodriguez

Despite the film's attempt to parody the Israeli Mossad and deliver a lighthearted take on espionage, the soundtrack failed to create a cohesive atmosphere, leaving the audience feeling disconnected from the on-screen events and characters.

Susan Robinson

The soundtrack of Mossad failed to capture the essence of the action-comedy genre, lacking energy and excitement that would have enhanced the on-screen antics and humor.