The Greatest Movie Ever Sold Soundtrack (

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Rating: 6.60/10 from 15000 votes
Alternate Names:
Title in Italiano:

Come ti vendo un film

Title in Português:

Assim Se Vende Um Filme

Title in Français:

Super Cash Me


Ever notice your favorite soda brand in the background of the summer's hottest romantic comedy? Wonder why Carrie Bradshaw uses that specific kind of soap?

In Morgan Spurlock's new documentary, the creator of "Super Size Me" shifts his focus from fast food excess to the power of product placement.

He asks a simple question: backed by the right brands, could a documentary reach the same marketing success as Hollywood's latest blockbuster?

Spurlock brings us along for the pitch, opening the conference room doors into the elusive world of marketing consumers are not supposed to see.

This Sundance favorite challenges the absurd levels of product placement in our everyday lives, and Spurlock's biting humor makes it all the more entertaining.

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The Greatest Movie Ever Sold
Matt Johnson: Writer
Matt & Kim: Performer
Peter and the Wolf
Peer Gynt Suite No. 1, Op. 46: In the Hall of the Mountain King
Edvard Grieg: Writer
Grieg: 4. In the Hall of the Mountain King [Peer Gynt Suite No.1, Op.46]
Blast Out
Carmen: Act II: Gypsy Song
Carmen Suite No. 2
Georges Bizet: Writer
Montagues and Capulets
Jump The Fence
Run On
Moby: Performer
Alegria Para Hoje
Erik Janson: Writer
Erik Janson: Performer
Cha Cha Cha
Almost Mash
Symphony No. 9 in D minor, Op. 125: Scherzo
Overture to 'La gazza ladra' (The Thieving Magpie)
I'll Never Love Again
Taio Cruz: Writer
Taio Cruz: Performer
Sunny Beaches
Jonathan Zalben: Writer
Jonathan Zalben: Performer
Bird Instrumental
The Yoginis: Performer
The Greatest Song I Ever Heard
Damian Kulash: Writer
OK Go: Performer
Big Boi: Writer
Big Boi: Performer
Ruwanga 'Ru' Samath: Mash up produced

User reviews

Donald Miller

Certain tracks stood out to me as particularly effective in creating a sense of irony and satire, amplifying the documentary's message about the influence of advertising on our culture.

Anthony Lewis

I appreciated how the music was used not only to entertain but also to provoke thought and reflection on the role of advertising in shaping our perceptions and choices.

George Evans

Overall, the soundtrack of The Greatest Movie Ever Sold was a clever and integral part of the documentary, adding depth and dimension to the exploration of consumerism and branding in today's society.

Mark Hernandez

The music contributed to the overall effectiveness of the film in delivering its critique of product placement, serving as a memorable and engaging element that resonated with me long after watching.

Carol Garcia

The music selection effectively enhances the scenes showcasing the absurdity of brand integration in various aspects of our lives, from movies to TV shows to even educational institutions.

Karen Wright

The diversity of musical genres featured in the soundtrack reflects the eclectic mix of products and brands highlighted in the film, underscoring the ubiquity of marketing in our society.

Jennifer Lopez

The soundtrack of The Greatest Movie Ever Sold felt disconnected and lacked cohesion with the theme of the documentary. The music choices seemed random and did not enhance the viewing experience.

Stephanie Hill

The soundtrack did a great job of setting the mood for each scene, whether it was highlighting the ridiculousness of certain product placements or emphasizing the impact of marketing strategies on consumer behavior.

Steven Gonzalez

I found the use of upbeat and catchy tunes in contrast to the serious subject matter to be a clever way to engage the audience and drive home the message about the pervasive nature of advertising.

Charles Allen

The soundtrack of The Greatest Movie Ever Sold perfectly complements the satirical tone of the documentary, adding a playful and ironic layer to the critique of product placement.

Charles Lewis

The use of generic and unmemorable background music in key moments detracted from the impact of the message being delivered. A more thoughtful selection of music could have elevated the emotional resonance of the film.