The Rainmaker Soundtrack (

The Rainmaker Soundtrack (1997) cover

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Rating: 7.20/10 from 82000 votes
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Legítima defensa

Title in Italiano:

L'uomo della pioggia

Title in Português:

O Poder da Justiça


Rudy Baylor's a young lawyer who goes to work for an ambulance chaser. He brings with him a case wherein a woman wants to sue an insurance company, that stalled on paying her son's medical bills, eventually he got too ill that he's now terminal. When his boss is investigated for his unethical practices, Deck Schifflet, another man who works at the law office, suggests that he and Rudy open their own office which they do. Deck has gone to law school but for some reason has not yet passed the bar. And now the two of them, try to handle the case themselves but they are up against Leo Drummond, a powerful and wily lawyer. And Rudy would like to do things honestly.

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The Rainmaker
Woman You Must Be Crazy
You Are My Sunshine
How Blue Can You Get
Five Long Years
Baby Scratch My Back

User reviews

William Johnson

The soundtrack of The Rainmaker lacked emotional depth and failed to capture the intensity of the legal drama portrayed in the film. The music felt generic and uninspired, failing to enhance the overall viewing experience.

Ronald Perez

The composition of the songs in The Rainmaker felt repetitive and predictable, with recurring motifs that became tiresome and distracting. Instead of adding depth to the storytelling, the music felt like a mere background noise that did not contribute to the character development or plot progression.

Charles Lopez

The orchestral arrangements in the soundtrack create a sense of grandeur and drama, elevating the overall viewing experience of the film.

John Johnson

The music in The Rainmaker effectively underscores the moral dilemmas faced by the characters, adding complexity and depth to the narrative.

Paul Mitchell

The soundtrack successfully conveys the emotional weight of the story, from moments of heartbreak to moments of hope and determination.

Joshua King

The soundtrack of The Rainmaker perfectly captures the suspense and drama of the legal battles portrayed in the film. The use of orchestral pieces enhances the intensity of the courtroom scenes, making them even more gripping for the audience.

George Jones

On the other hand, some tracks in the soundtrack of The Rainmaker feel repetitive and lack originality. While they may have served their purpose in setting the tone for certain scenes, they fail to stand out or leave a lasting impression on the listener.

Patricia Moore

The musical score enhances the tension of the courtroom scenes, adding a layer of suspense and excitement to the film.

Andrew Jackson

The choice of instrumentation in the soundtrack of The Rainmaker felt outdated and out of touch with the modern setting of the film. The use of traditional orchestral arrangements did not resonate with the audience and failed to create a contemporary and engaging atmosphere that would have complemented the film's themes and narrative.

Laura Moore

The use of different musical motifs for each character in the movie helps to develop their personalities and motivations in a subtle yet powerful way.

Paul White

The emotional depth and richness of the soundtrack in The Rainmaker perfectly captures the struggles and triumphs of Rudy Baylor as he navigates the legal world.

Emily Gonzalez

Overall, the soundtrack of The Rainmaker is a masterful complement to the film, enhancing its themes and conveying the emotional journey of the characters with precision and grace.