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Probably Lust for Life in Trainspotting
dunno why necessarily, just puts me in the best mood
in the film Purple Rain, starring Prince.
Because I've got one for that.
actually the entire soundtrack was pretty much perfect.
i'm crying over yoouououuuuu
think the best Hannibal related music is the use of In-a-gadda-da-vida in Manhunter.
My favourite musical montage of all time. The bit when the light comes on in the telephone booth. Amazing.
in All The Real Girls maybe
at the end of Air Doll (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wX8f6TJaryo) but that's a weird one because he was re-purposing his own stuff and re-editing so it could be more like a traditional score.
Also Aerosmith's Sweet Emotion in Dazed and Confused. Basically sets the whole tone for the film perfectly before we're done with the credits.
But this from Funny Games...
in fight club. generic pick, but great
in Holy Motors. Also the musical interlude
it was a really annoying film though
But the musical interlude bit is brilliant.
And there's around four different endings.
there's some great sections and some not so good ones. but I can't remember it adding up to adding up to anything particularly worthwhile. it might be worse than the sum of it's parts or something.
I just searched what I said about it previously and apparently I thought the ending was the stupidest thing ever.
every section is a reference to a film trope/genre/scene, and the point is he's "acting" the various different parts of a career (in a day) as new technology is taking over and "sterilising" the old.
I mean, he is obviously a massive wanker.
but Pulp Fiction is still great and the music use is totally iconic. also it hasn't been mentioned man.
And Cat People in Inglourious Basterds (which isn't even that good a film).
seemed a completely pointless choice that didn't really fit in or add anything. then again I was so pissed off by that point that it wouldn't have mattered what music he used. hated that film.
in Wild at Heart
in The Royal Tenebaums.
Pretty much all the Portuguese David Bowie covers in Steve Zissou
Ooh La La by Faces in Rushmore
straight from my heart, fucker
Best Film. Best Song.
the power love at the end of Sightseers :D
There's nothing to separate the songs in this wonderful, wonderful film
1. Greatest Medley Ever Told - Whoopi Goldberg & the Ronelles
2. Never Should've Let You Go - Hi-Five
3. Get Up Offa That Thing/Dancing in the Street - Whoopi Goldberg
4. Oh Happy Day - St. Francis Choir featuring Ryan Toby
5. Ball of Confusion (That's What the World Is Today) - Whoopi Goldberg & the Sisters
6. His Eye Is on the Sparrow - Tanya Blount & Lauryn Hill
7. A Deeper Love - Aretha Franklin
8. Wandering Eyes - Nuttin' Nyce
9. Pay Attention - Valeria Andrews & Ryan Toby
10. Ode to Joy - Chapman College Choir
11. Joyful, Joyful - St. Francis Choir featuring Lauryn Hill
12. Ain't No Mountain High Enough - Whoopi Goldberg & Cast
(Sister Act 2 obviously)