Doubt it! Music is so much part of our everyday lives (unlike laughter!) that any film without it would probably feel very unnatural.Right! I was just wondering if there will ever come a time where music feels out of place in a film.
Writing that, I'm reminded of a remark made by Robert Zemekis in his commentary on Castaway: other during than the opening sequence (a parcel's FedEx journey) there is no music at all until Tom Hanks escapes from his island. It's a subtle but effective technique to reinforce our understanding of how he is completely cut off from normal civilisation.