So, I watched Speed earlier today, and at the end realized that this was the first movie I watched where I particularly noticed that movie soundtracks weren't regular music. My thought process, from what I recall was: "Speed has orchestra music. So did Jurassic Park. Both of those are cool. Therefore movie soundtracks are cool." And 15 years later, I have 95 soundtracks from movies and television. So, what first got you into movie soundtracks? Was it a film? A general liking of classical music and a realization that movie-use classical music is both easily found and frequently published? What?