The Game Soundtrack (

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Rating: 7.80/10 from 426000 votes
Tags: puzzlement
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

The Game

Title in Italiano:

The Game - Nessuna regola

Title in Português:

O Jogo


Michael Douglas plays Nicholas Van Orton, a Scrooge-like San Francisco investment banker following in his father's Scrooge-like footsteps. On Nicholas's 48th birthday (the age at which his father committed suicide), his younger, free-spirited brother Conrad (Sean Penn) blows into town and gives Nicholas a special gift for "the man who has everything" -- a ticket to CRS (Consumer Recreation Services), a company that constructs games custom-fit for each participant to provide, as CRS salesman Jim Feingold (James Rebhorn) cryptically puts it, "whatever is lacking." Nicholas's secure life begins a downhill slide as CRS masterminds a series of elaborate pranks, harmless at first, that quickly become malicious and life-threatening. Stripped of financial resources and convinced that he can trust no one, Nicholas begins to wonder if CRS is a front for a more covert operation, and if the game is in fact an attempt to steal his fortune and leave him for dead. Determined to fight back alone, Nicholas infiltrates CRS in order to "pull back the curtain and meet the wizard."

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The Game
Happy Birthday To You
Mildred J. Hill: Writer
House Of Pain
In The Mall
William Loose: Writer
Icy Blue
Julius Robinson: Writer
Hiawatha's Lullaby
Elevator Song
William Loose: Writer
Clair De Lune
Claude Debussy: Writer
Chet Swiatkowsky: Performer
Liar's Moon
Julius Robinson: Writer
White Rabbit
Grace Slick: Writer
Jefferson Airplane: Performer
Call Me
Tony Hatch: Writer
Matthew Sweet: Writer
Matthew Sweet: Performer
Going Out Of My Head
Teddy Randazzo: Writer
Willie Bobo: Performer
Life Goes To A Party
Harry James: Writer
The Best Is Yet To Come
Carolyn Leigh: Writer
Room 277
Howard Shore: Writer
Take Me Baby
Dave Crimmen: Writer
Dave Crimmen: Performer
Hiawatha's Lullaby
Walter Donaldson: Performer
Liar's Moon
Julius Robinson: Performer
Java Headed Woman
Marc Ferrari: Performer
Teresa Teng Selection
Teddy Randazzo: Performer
Additional Music Cues
Carolyn Leigh: Performer

User reviews

Ashley Adams

The diverse selection of songs in The Game's soundtrack complements the different moods and atmospheres portrayed in the movie, adding depth to the storytelling.

Lisa Thompson

The use of music in The Game enhances the emotional depth of the story, adding layers of complexity to the characters and their relationships. From the subtle piano pieces to the intense orchestral arrangements, every musical choice feels deliberate and contributes to the overall impact of the film.

Susan Harris

I found the soundtrack of The Game to be quite underwhelming. The music did not effectively capture the tension and suspense of the storyline, failing to enhance the overall viewing experience.

Deborah Nelson

Jennifer Rodriguez

The lack of memorable or standout tracks in the soundtrack left me feeling disconnected from the emotions portrayed in the film. The music seemed generic and did not leave a lasting impression, making it easily forgettable amidst the intense plot twists and turns.

Margaret Taylor

The musical score in The Game showcases the talent of the composer and adds an extra layer of emotion to key scenes, making them even more impactful.

Melissa Wilson

The soundtrack of The Game perfectly captures the tension and mystery of Nicholas Van Orton's descent into chaos. The haunting melodies and eerie sounds create an atmosphere of suspense that keeps you on the edge of your seat throughout the film.

George Green

The use of music in The Game effectively builds tension and creates a sense of mystery, keeping the audience engaged throughout the film.

Lisa Lopez

The Game's soundtrack perfectly captures the suspense and thrill of the movie, enhancing the overall viewing experience.