My personal thought is that the titles should be left as intended on each separate release. I don’t think MB should force every soundtrack into a single cookie-cutter version as not all soundtracks are the same.
The film name should certainly be prominent, but it does not have to be forced to the front of the title.
“Music from the film” does not imply all of the music to me.
For example, look at the Withnail and I soundtrack releases. Originally this was released on 14 track Vinyl and included some of the major tracks like Jimi Hendrix. A bootleg version exists out there with EVERY bit of backing music added to it. And I have a 20th anniversary copy release with the DVD that is only the 8 tracks of Dundas/Wentworth music and nothing of the copyrighted tracks.
I’ll then turn to Bladerunner - this gets mental. I have about three or more different variants of this one ranging from one to five CDs.
If you start attempting to cookie-cutter the above you soon get into confusion as you’ll be needing to make up new titles to try and fit these into a single pattern.
Yeah - some of us are soundtrack nuts. Not an expert by any lengths, but do have a wide ranging collection.
I agree that titles need to be neat, but forcing them all into a single layout does not fit.
On a separate pet peeve, I also not exactly keen of this need to jam colons into titles where there was none originally. One very common use of MusicBrainz data is in the ripping of CDs. Those colons lead to messy folder names. (Ignore this bit of my comment… don’t want to go off topic :D)