Three Kings Soundtrack (

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Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Tres reyes

Title in Italiano:

Three Kings

Title in Português:

Três Reis

Title in Français:

Les Rois du désert

Title in Türk:

Üç kral


In the days immediately after the Gulf War, a group of American soldiers come across a secret Iraqi map, which discloses the whereabouts of a bunker where Iraq is storing stolen gold and treasure from Kuwait.

The soldiers hope to take the gold and keep it for themselves. However, when they arrive at the site, they discover that the Iraqi army is more concerned about persecuting its civilians than stopping them from stealing the gold.

They learn that the civilians have been encouraged by the U.S. government to rise up and fight Sadaam Hussein, but are facing certain execution because the U.S. military refuses to help them.

This incident creates a crisis of conscience for the American soldiers. Do they take the money and run, leaving the civilians to face certain death at the hands of the Iraqi army? Or do they risk losing the gold in order to escort them to safety across the border into Iran?

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Three Kings
I Just Want to Celebrate
Rare Earth: Performer
Nick Zesses: Writer
I Get Around
The Beach Boys: Performer
Brian Wilson: Writer
God Bless the U.S.A.
Lee Greenwood: Writer
Richard Wolf: Produced and arranged
Can't Do Nuttin' For Ya Man
Public Enemy: Performer
Keith Shocklee: Writer
Mercedes Benz
Janis Joplin: Writer
Stop Ou Encore
If You Leave Me Now
Peter Cetera: Writer
Chicago: Performer
Party All the Time
Rick James: Writer
Eddie Murphy: Performer
Gloria (Cum Sancto Spiritu in Gloria Dei Patris)
The Power
Snap!: Performer
Michael Münzing: Writer
Outside 2B
Thomas Newman: Writer
The Beast Is Coming
Thomas Newman: Writer
Flesh & Bone
Thomas Newman: Writer
Graeme Revell: Writer
In God's Country
Bono: Lyrics
U2: Performer
Can't Do Nuttin' For Ya Man
Keith Shocklee: Performer
In God's Country
U2: Performer

User reviews

Lisa Lewis

The use of traditional Middle Eastern instruments in the soundtrack adds an authentic layer to the film, enhancing the setting and the cultural context of the story. The music helps to immerse the audience in the desert landscape and the challenges faced by the characters.

George Green

The score of Three Kings effectively underscores the themes of war, greed, and compassion without overshadowing the dialogue or action.

Mary Turner

Overall, the music in Three Kings plays a vital role in enhancing the film's narrative depth and emotional impact, making it a memorable and thought-provoking viewing experience.

Betty Miller

The use of percussion and brass instruments in the soundtrack adds a sense of urgency and intensity to the narrative, enhancing the viewers' emotional connection to the story.

Betty Young

The use of traditional Middle Eastern instruments in the music enhances the authenticity of the setting and adds depth to the storyline.

Edward Brown

The soundtrack skillfully transitions between moments of action and reflection, mirroring the emotional journey of the characters.

George Johnson

The emotional depth of the music in Three Kings enhances the character development and the moral struggles of the soldiers. The soundtrack effectively conveys the internal conflicts and ethical decisions that the protagonists must navigate, adding a layer of complexity to the narrative.

James Brown

The soundtrack's dynamic range and variety of musical styles contribute to the film's overall impact and resonance.

Donald Phillips

The themes of loyalty, sacrifice, and redemption are beautifully conveyed through the evocative melodies and orchestrations.

Donna Scott

The music heightens the suspense during key scenes, keeping the audience engaged and on the edge of their seats.

Betty Lopez

The powerful motifs in the music help underscore the ethical dilemmas faced by the characters, making their internal struggles more palpable.

George Carter

Overall, the soundtrack of Three Kings is a powerful and evocative element of the film that enhances the viewing experience. The music contributes to the tension, drama, and emotional impact of the story, making it a memorable and thought-provoking cinematic experience.

Michael Jones

The soundtrack of Three Kings perfectly captures the tension and moral dilemmas faced by the American soldiers in the film. The mix of Middle Eastern influences and modern compositions creates a sense of unease and uncertainty that reflects the complexities of the storyline.

Ronald Anderson

The soundtrack of Three Kings effectively captures the tension and uncertainty of the soldiers' moral dilemma.