Last time we checked in with readers, you responded to the following question: There's a multiplex-full of music-driven movies in theaters this season. Which one actually has the best soundtrack?

Last time we checked in with readers, you responded to the following question: There's a multiplex-full of music-driven movies in theaters this season. Which one actually has the best soundtrack?

114 people voted and here are the results:

24%: "Across the Universe," featuring 33 Beatles songs sung by the cast.

8%: The Sean Penn-directed "Into the Wild," which has a soundtrack of spare, acoustic songs from Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder.

2%: "Walk Hard," a quasi-Johnny Cash mockumentary from the "Knocked Up" folks, featuring actor John C. Reilly performing music by Dan Bern, Van Dyke Parks, and more.

2%: "August Rush," about a young musical prodigy, which includes songs from Paula Cole, Chris Botti, and John Legend.

18%: Disney's princess fairy tale "Enchanted," with a soundtrack from Carrie Underwood.

6%: Tim Burton's "Sweeney Todd," a Victorian horror tale based on the Stephen Sondheim musical.

8%: "I'm Not There," the Dylan biopic of sorts featuring covers from Sonic Youth, Jack Johnson, the Hold Steady, and dozens of others.

32%: "American Gangster," which features tracks from Hank Shocklee of The Bomb Squad, Public Enemy, Bobby Womack and Anthony Hamilton.