The Brave One Soundtrack (

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Rating: 6.70/10 from 63000 votes
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

La extraña que hay en ti

Title in Italiano:

Il buio nell'anima

Title in Português:

A Estranha em Mim

Title in Français:

À vif


Erica Bain is a happy radio host from a city she loves and with a fiancé she adores. However, a brutal attack in New York's Central Park changes her life forever, leaving her in a coma for 3 weeks and her fiancé dead.

In an attempt to feel safer after the attack, she buys a gun. However New York does not feel the same as it did anymore and Erica has several encounters where she is not afraid to use her new gun.

Everyone is talking about a vigilante and Erica is forced to talk about them too on her radio show...

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The Brave One
You Don't Know Me
Elvis Presley: Performer
Eddy Arnold: Writer
Sarah McLachlan: Writer
Sarah McLachlan: Performer
I Can't Get Next to You
Al Green: Performer
Norman Whitfield: Writer
Burning on Both Ends
Darryl Carter: Writer
Black Betty
Leadbelly: Writer
Ram Jam: Performer
Gris-Gris Gumbo Ya Ya
Dr. John: Writer
Dr. John: Performer
We Get Money Around Here
Michael Burnett: Writer
B. Smoove: Performer
Everybody Can You Feel the Vibe
Frantic: Writer
Hits from the Bong
B-Real: Writer
Cypress Hill: Performer
Dusty Springfield: Performer
Ven Aqui Mama
Pharrell Williams: Writer
The Neptunes: Produced
The Illest
You Don't Know Me
Eddy Arnold: Performer
I Can't Get Next to You
Norman Whitfield: Performer

User reviews

Margaret White

The haunting and emotional melodies in the soundtrack of The Brave One perfectly capture the inner turmoil and transformation of Erica Bain after the tragic incident in Central Park. The music truly enhances the depth of her character development throughout the film.

Laura Baker

The way the music builds tension and suspense during the action sequences in the film is incredibly effective, creating a gripping atmosphere that keeps the audience on the edge of their seats. The soundtrack plays a crucial role in enhancing the overall cinematic experience of The Brave One and immersing viewers in Erica's gripping story.

Charles Rodriguez

The soundtrack of The Brave One fails to capture the emotional depth and complexity of Erica Bain's transformation after the tragic events in Central Park. The music feels generic and uninspired, lacking the intensity and rawness needed to convey the turmoil she experiences.

Michelle Phillips

The use of subtle piano and strings in certain scenes evokes a sense of vulnerability and resilience in Erica, reflecting her journey from a happy radio host to a vigilante seeking justice in a city that no longer feels safe. The soundtrack enhances the intensity and raw emotions of each moment.

Michelle Hernandez

On the other hand, some of the songs in the soundtrack felt a bit repetitive and predictable, lacking originality and impact. While the overall mood of the music suited the film's themes, there were moments where a more innovative and dynamic approach could have elevated the listening experience. Additionally, some tracks seemed to overshadow the dialogue, making it difficult to fully engage with the story at certain points.

Stephanie Thompson

The soundtrack of The Brave One effectively captures the dark and intense tone of the film. The use of haunting melodies and suspenseful musical cues enhances the feeling of tension and unease throughout the movie. The music perfectly complements Erica's transformation from a happy radio host to a vigilante seeking revenge, creating a powerful emotional connection with the audience.

Kimberly Evans

The score does little to enhance the suspense and tension of the film, missing opportunities to build a sense of unease and foreboding as Erica embarks on her vigilante quest. The lackluster compositions fail to immerse the audience in the psychological journey of the protagonist, leaving the overall impact of the soundtrack feeling flat and disconnected from the narrative.