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  1. Trailer du film états-unien « The Song of Songs » de Rouben Mamoulian avec Marlene Dietrich (1932)

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  2. Sep 13, 2021 · The trailers for the last several Mission: Impossible films have been brilliantly set to various songs, from Eminem and P!nk' s "Won't Back Down" for Ghost Protocol to Fugees ' "Ready Or Not" for...

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  3. Feb 10, 2006 · Devoutly religious Ruth returns from Israel to care for her dying mother, but when she tries to bring her estranged brother David back into the fold, in accordance with her mother's wishes, the result is a startling journey into the darkest realms of sexual obsession: a forbidden game under the guise of religious law.

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  5. Song to Song Trailer 1 (2017) Ryan Gosling Drama Movie HD [Official Trailer] Title: Song to Song Director: Terrence Malick Release Date: March 17, 2017 Cast: Ryan Gosling, Natalie Portman,...

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    • “I’ve Got No Strings,” Avengers: Age of Ultron. James Spader’s Ultron is a demented take on Disney’s wooden puppet-come-to-life, and Pinocchio’s signature song gets an equally eerie cover.
    • “Wild World,” Mad Max: Fury Road. Our undying love for George Miller’s Mad Max: Fury Road extends to the trailers. While later previews utilized the “Dies Irae” from Verdi’s Requiem to great effect, Junkie XL put his spin on Cat Stevens’ 1970 hit for the first look to debut at San Diego Comic-Con.
    • “Crazy,” Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) Riggan remembers when… he remembers, he remembers when he lost his mind. He’s going “Crazy,” hence the slowed-down version of the Gnarls Barkley song.
    • “Creep,” The Social Network. Again, the title of the song here is appropriate, considering the “Creep”-y nature of Facebook stalking. Also, if we’re diving deeper into figurative ramblings, one could say the choir of angelic voices reflects a young generation of internet users turning into a culture obsessed with “Liking,” sharing, posting, and getting involved with things they don’t know much about.
  6. TRAILER MUSIC LIST - To browse the titles of the films select the letter or number of which the title begins with. The following list is a list of the music used in some trailers for motion pictures, based on the orignal trailer list developed by IMDb's Michel Hafner. You can help completing this list by mailing additions to

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