I know he's probably not up there with the greats but I loved the movie soundtrack to The Mission by Ennio Moricone and the Passion by Peter Gabriel.
I have a fairly large collection of classical music but these two artist helped me expand my 'classical' tastes in a more modern direction.
What do these movies have in common? The generous use of classical music. In a world where great music is often ignored by people, these films allowed people to experience fine music, while enjoying excellent filmmaking.
What films have YOU seen, that included great classical music? Did watching these films impel you to learn more about the music that they contained?
Boy, I am glad that Kubrick went with the classical score for 2001. It really "made" the movie!