There are tons of fantastic soundtracks out there, among them a few of my favorites already mentionned in this topic (I agree with @Nico that Zimmer's Interstellar with its array of loud organs is remarkable, and @benmattila55's mention of Daft Punk strikes a strong chord - although in this last case, I have to say as time goes by, I find myself drawn more towards the remixes than the original...).
A personnal favorite of mine is Steven Price's terrifying score to Gravity. It's a very unsettling score, full of unresolved chords and floating tones that's quite efficient and I never tire of it - when the mood is right of course; this is not music for your everyday mood or typical workday.
And outside of the movie biz, there's 65daysofstatic; their stunning soundtrack to the videogame No Man's Sky - sadly, the best thing about a disappointing game – but not so sadly because this is one soundtrack that works quite well as a demonstration of the beauty and excesses of sprawling post-rock.
Thanks to you Audiozobe. My devices are failing me today. I can just read your conversation. And I Feel very helpless. My most recent Playlist. Is at Facebook. Visit me there, email@example.com. Although my tablet wont interface and my phone is not liking SwiftKey. My favorite movie soundtrack. Is the entire collection of Jim Carey The Cable Guy and all if the Fright Night Soundtracks. I can't wait to hear all of your favorites. All good