This wide-ranging collection of favorite themes from popular movies has at least one virtue -- one is sure to find in it a golden nugget or two. Whether that might be the dramatic opening track of Lalo Schifrin's Mission Impossible, Howard Shore's haunting theme from The Lord of the Rings, or John Kander's effervescent "All That Jazz," something here will attract the interest of casual listeners. However, serious film buffs and classical fans will find this double-disc unsatisfying for their needs. The collection is diffuse and Rhino seems unsure of its audience. Original film music and classical excerpts used in movies, from Schubert's "Unfinished" Symphony, Mozart's Symphony No. 40, Beethoven's Symphony No. 9, and so on, uncomfortably sit together and make this disc a cross between a soundtrack collection and a beginner's sampler of classical hits. Furthermore, any album that purports to be the best collection of film music must have a broader scope. Classics from the past have been neglected in favor of movies from the 1990s, and much of the famous film music of Hollywood's heyday is missing. The arrangements performed by Nick Ingman and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra are professionally executed, and the classical selections led by Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Ton Koopman, and Sir Andrew Davis, among others, are fine, but often truncated.