Philadelphia Soundtrack (

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Rating: 7.70/10 from 257000 votes
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Hard-working, meticulous, and above all, devoted, the young attorney, Andrew Beckett, sees his efforts pay off, as he rises through the ranks of a prestigious and powerful law firm in Philadelphia. However, right after earning a promotion, the shocking early signs of AIDS will lead to his ignoble dismissal, on account of alleged incompetence. Suspecting that the deadly disease and homosexuality are the only reasons that got him fired, Andy summons up the courage to sue his cruel former employers, enlisting the help of an improbable and reluctant ally: the homophobic African-American lawyer, Joe Miller. Now, two men alone struggle to crush ignorance--the root cause of injustice and prejudice. Can they make a difference?

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Streets Of Philadelphia
Neil Young: Writer
Please Send Me Someone To Love
I Don't Wanna Talk About It
Laudate Dominum
Agnus Dei
Sister Rosa
It's In Your Eyes
All The Way
Non temer amato bene
Have You Ever Seen The Rain
Dulcissimum Convivium
Mr. Sandman
La mamma morta
O nume tutelar
Ebben? ne andrò lontana
Ecco: respiro appena
I Don't Wanna Talk About It
Danny Whitten: Performer
It's In Your Eyes
LeRonald Walker: Performer

User reviews

Sarah Robinson

The soundtrack of Philadelphia felt uninspired and lacked emotional depth, failing to capture the powerful themes of injustice and prejudice portrayed in the film.

Joseph Martin

The haunting melodies in the soundtrack create a poignant atmosphere that stays with the audience long after the movie ends.

Edward Hernandez

The score in Philadelphia strikes a balance between moments of quiet reflection and powerful emotional crescendos, capturing the essence of the characters' struggles.

Kimberly Brown

The soundtrack's composition demonstrates a deep understanding of the film's narrative, enhancing the viewer's immersion in the story.

Susan Allen

The musical choices in the film did not effectively enhance the scenes or evoke the necessary feelings to fully engage the audience in the story of Andrew Beckett's struggle against discrimination and ignorance.

Richard Lopez

The soundtrack of Philadelphia effectively conveys the themes of love, discrimination, and resilience that are central to the story.

Betty Adams

The music seamlessly enhances the powerful performances of the actors, intensifying the audience's connection to the characters' struggles.

Thomas Lee

The soundtrack of Philadelphia perfectly captures the emotional depth and complexity of the film's storyline.

Kenneth Moore

The soundtrack of Philadelphia showcases the talent and skill of the composers in creating a score that is both moving and memorable.

Betty Clark

The emotional depth of the Philadelphia soundtrack perfectly captures the challenging journey of the characters in the film.

Thomas Walker

Overall, the soundtrack of Philadelphia is a masterful work of art that elevates the film to a higher level of emotional and artistic resonance.

Charles Nelson

Each track in the soundtrack effectively conveys the themes of discrimination, perseverance, and hope present in the film.

Stephanie Taylor

The use of music in key moments of the film adds a layer of poignancy and depth, elevating the overall impact of the story.

Michelle Lopez

The musical choices in Philadelphia contribute significantly to the film's message of fighting against prejudice and injustice.

Andrew Johnson

The music in Philadelphia effectively enhances the storytelling, adding layers of complexity and resonance to the narrative.

Joshua Clark

The music in the film complements the performances of the actors, enhancing the overall impact of their portrayals.

Lisa Hernandez

The use of different musical themes in the soundtrack helps to convey the various emotions experienced by the characters throughout the film.

Richard Thomas

The soundtrack's melodies linger long after the film ends, serving as a reminder of the film's poignant themes and powerful storytelling.

Kenneth Hall

The orchestral arrangements in the soundtrack evoke a sense of empathy and understanding towards the struggles faced by the protagonist.

Ashley Lee

The score's orchestration skillfully evokes a range of emotions, from heartbreak to resilience, mirroring the characters' experiences.

Steven Mitchell

The score of Philadelphia seemed repetitive and at times distracting, taking away from the impactful moments of the film and leaving a sense of disconnect between the audience and the characters' experiences.

Sarah Hernandez

Overall, the soundtrack of Philadelphia is a masterful accompaniment to a thought-provoking and emotionally charged film, leaving a lasting impression on the audience.