(Walt Disney, 2010)

Daft Punk's debut film score was the perfect film, as Tron: Legacy was damn near the perfect fit for them. Their sound was so crucial to the movie that director Joseph Kosinski chased them down for a year to get them to commit, which they ultimately did. An 85-piece orchestra, the influence of composer Wendy Carlos (who composed the original Tron, as well as A Clockwork Orange), and two years of hard work resulted in Daft Punk's last return to the EDM scene. The soundtrack was critically acclaimed, as many knew what we all did: Daft Punk was born for this project.