Surviving the Game Soundtrack (

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Rating: 6.20/10 from 13000 votes
Tags: human hunting a human, human prey, most dangerous game, homeless man
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Juego de supervivencia

Title in Italiano:

Sopravvivere al gioco

Title in Português:

Presa Mortífera

Title in Français:

Que la chasse commence!

Title in Türk:

Que la chasse commence!


Surviving the Game

Jack Mason (Ice-T), who lives on the streets, wants to cease his life when on the same day his two best friends die: his dog and an older man with whom he shared his food and roof. Just in time, Walter Cole (Charles S. Dutton), from a charity organization, can prevent his suicide and also offers him a quite well-paid job as servant for a hunting party in the Rocky Mountains.

Mason accepts the job and flies with them to a hut in the wilderness where they prepare everything for the four rich businessmen who want to hunt something special. Mason does not yet know that he is the victim of their sport that should lead to the basic insticts of man, but they did not count on his cleverness.

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Surviving the Game
The Goldberg Variations
Johann Sebastian Bach: Writer
Harry Cohen: Performer
Flamenco Sketches
Miles Davis: Writer
Miles Davis: Performer
Doing the Best I Can
Miles Davis: Performer

User reviews

George Brown

The music effectively conveys the sense of desperation and survival that permeates the story.

George Miller

Overall, the soundtrack of Surviving the Game is a powerful and immersive auditory experience that enhances the viewing experience of the film.

Richard Thompson

I was impressed by how the soundtrack of Surviving the Game effectively conveyed the emotional journey of the main character, Jack Mason. The music reflected his inner turmoil and struggles, adding depth and complexity to his character. It truly enhanced my connection to the story and made the viewing experience more immersive.

George Carter

The soundtrack of Surviving the Game perfectly captures the tense and suspenseful atmosphere of the movie. The use of eerie and intense music during key moments heightened the sense of danger and kept me on the edge of my seat throughout the film.

Jennifer Thomas

Overall, the soundtrack of Surviving the Game is a standout feature of the film, adding depth and richness to the narrative. Its well-crafted compositions contribute significantly to the overall viewing experience and make it a memorable aspect of the movie.

Betty Campbell

The composition of the music complements the rugged beauty of the Rocky Mountains setting, creating a sense of vastness and danger.

Amanda Lee

The soundtrack enhances the emotional impact of the film, particularly during moments of loss and betrayal.

Joshua Roberts

Overall, I found the soundtrack of Surviving the Game to be a missed opportunity to enhance the storytelling and elevate the tension of the narrative.

Elizabeth Hernandez

The soundtrack of Surviving the Game perfectly captures the gritty and suspenseful tone of the movie. Each track enhances the tension and excitement of the hunting party's dangerous game.

James Hall

The use of percussion in the soundtrack adds a sense of urgency and tension to key scenes.

Timothy Garcia

The soundtrack of Surviving the Game felt uninspired and lacked depth. It failed to capture the intensity and suspense of the plot, leaving me disconnected from the emotional journey of the characters.

William Brown

The soundtrack of Surviving the Game captures the gritty and intense atmosphere of the film perfectly.

Charles Jones

The incorporation of electronic elements in the music gives the soundtrack a modern and edgy feel.

Matthew Jackson

The musical score of the film effectively builds up the atmosphere of the wilderness setting, adding to the sense of isolation and danger that Jack Mason faces. The use of haunting melodies and ambient sounds creates a sense of unease that keeps the audience on edge.

Michael Rodriguez

The music choices seemed cliché and predictable, relying on generic suspenseful tones and forgettable melodies. It did little to enhance the overall viewing experience and fell short in creating a memorable atmosphere that could elevate the film's impact on the audience.

Karen Adams

The soundtrack features a diverse range of musical styles that complement the different moods of the film. From intense orchestral pieces during the chase scenes to more subdued acoustic tracks during moments of introspection, the music enhances the emotional impact of the story.

Robert Williams

The haunting melodies in certain tracks evoke a feeling of isolation and danger that mirrors the protagonist's struggles.