The first way my experience watching a movie was affected by music is in Scary movies, like Insidious. There's some suspenseful music during the rising action, which quickens your pace up and gets your heart racing a million hours an hour.
The next example of how music affects movies is in musicals such as "Grease" or "High School Musical" Series. Without Music in it, there would be no musical, it would only be just "High School" High school without the musical is like me without music...bad example. It's like only ham in a ham and cheese sandwich- missing something really important and it sucks because you don't get to enjoy it all. Okay enough with all these cheesy examples.....see what I did there?
Moving on...another way music affects movies is they inspire the viewer and make them happy, or makes the viewer sad or feels the pain of a character in the movie by using happy and inspirational songs, or sad and emotional songs. Like in "Garfield", when Odi was locked out of the house he felt so lost and sad, causing him to run away, during that time some sorrowful music has been playing.
Music is important. Without it car rides and walking to school would be boring, and movies would be plain and not make sense. Music affects not only movies, but it also affects other things, like people's emotion or feeling. This blog may or may not make sense.....oh well, BYE!