Iliked the Soundtrack to Great Expectations, more than the movie itself. Also Amores Perros, with the urban chicano rap, techno music there. But it really depends on your preference. Anyway, i think soundtracks could be said to have worked for the film if they reinforce a film's scene, not take the limelight away from the scene. Some movies use great songs in their movies, to the point of overshadowing the scene. It kinda loses the purpose of using a soundtrack. Now, this song used in Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange, Singing in the Rain, was used in a context that reinforces the scene. And that's the best way to use sountracks for me. I don't like that song per se, but you could say, "Hey that's a good soundtrack." You know what I mean?