If you’re a big cinema fan, then you will be happy to know the iconic Vue West End cinema in London’s Leicester Square has now been re-opened after a massive £6.6 million refurbishment, making it even bigger and better than ever before. Exciting times!
To celebrate this awesome event, VUE commissioned a survey of 2,000 members of the British public to decide once and for all, which British film has the best soundtrack ever. Can you guess what came top?
Coming in at number 3 we had the James Bond classic Goldfinger, in second place Billy Elliot and coming in at number one, and no surprises here, Danny Boyle’s Trainspotting who put Underworld’s ‘Born Slippy’ firmly in our heads for life. Absolute banger!
Vue have now teamed up with HTF, Le Cool London and Stamp The Wax to compile a list of the Best individual songs from British Films and we want you guys to get involved by adding to our collaborative Spotify playlist and sharing your picks on Twitter using #BestOfBritishFilms to help create a definitive list that everyone can enjoy.
So, check out the playlist below and start adding your favourites. Let’s be fair though, nothing is ever going to beat ‘Chariots Of Fire’; it’s just too epic. You could eat toast to that song and still feel like you just won gold at the Olympics.