U.S. Marshals Soundtrack (

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Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

U.S. Marshals

Title in Português:

U.S. Marshals - A Perseguição

Title in Français:

U.S. Marshals

Title in Türk:

Kaçakların peşinde

Title in Deutsch:

Auf der Jagd


U.S. Marshals

On the initial segment to Memphis, a Chicago to New York bound prisoner transport plane is forced to make an emergency crash landing due to an incident among two of the prisoners on board. In the aftermath of the crash, all aboard are accounted for, except a prisoner named Mark Roberts - one of the two involved in the incident - who is on the run. Roberts, a tow truck driver, was the victim in a serious vehicular accident, the subsequent search finding him to have a concealed firearm and his fingerprints matching those of the person who shot and killed two federal agents. Since being charged, Roberts has plead his innocence, he who believes he is a case of mistaken identity.

Chicago-based marshal Sam Gerard, who was on that flight, and his team are placed in charge of tracking down Roberts. Because of the sensitivity of the case, the feds decide to place their own man on Gerard's team, John Royce, who volunteered for this assignment due to his friendship with Roberts' two victims. As the seeming antithesis to each other, Gerard doesn't take too kindly to Royce being placed on his team.

In reality, Roberts believes he was framed for the murders in his secret pre-driver life, of which his serious girlfriend, a barista named Marie, knows nothing. He actually knows more about the situation involving the murders than he divulged, his current mission, beyond escaping capture, to find out who framed him and why. Meantime, with more and more evidence in tracking Roberts, Gerard increasingly believes that all with Roberts is not what it appears on the surface, he still determined to do his job to capture Roberts before Roberts exacts his own form of revenge against his framer.

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U.S. Marshals
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User reviews

Robert Martinez

Overall, the soundtrack of U.S. Marshals complements the narrative well, providing a cohesive auditory experience for viewers.

David Johnson

Some tracks in the soundtrack feel repetitive and lack originality, making them less impactful in key scenes.

Betty Turner

The composition of the soundtrack felt generic and forgettable, failing to leave a lasting impression or create a memorable atmosphere for the film. It seemed like a missed opportunity to elevate the storytelling and engage the audience on a deeper level.

Margaret Robinson

The main theme of the soundtrack is memorable and helps to establish the tone of the film from the very beginning.

Mary Allen

The use of percussion and strings in the music enhances the suspenseful moments and keeps the audience engaged in the story.

James Carter

The soundtrack's ability to build anticipation and create a sense of unease is commendable, enhancing the overall atmosphere of the movie.

Carol Roberts

The soundtrack of U.S. Marshals effectively captures the tension and urgency of the chase sequences throughout the film.

Thomas Robinson

Overall, I was disappointed with the soundtrack of U.S. Marshals as it failed to capture the intensity and complexity of the plot and characters. The music did not add value to the overall viewing experience and left me wanting more from a crucial aspect of the film.

Betty King

The emotional cues in the soundtrack effectively convey the internal struggles of the characters, adding depth to their development.

Paul Johnson

The music during the action sequences adds a dynamic layer to the film, elevating the overall viewing experience.

Joshua Gonzalez

I found the soundtrack of U.S. Marshals to be lacking in depth and emotion. The music did not effectively enhance the suspense and action scenes in the movie, making those moments feel flat and uninspired.