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Empire Admin -> R.E.M. In The Movies (22/9/2011 11:39:16 AM)

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dunkah -> (22/9/2011 11:39:16 AM)

What about Michael Stipe's foray into producing? Velvet Goldmine and Being John Malkovich both have his name on the credits for what it's worth. A bit more of a concrete association with movies than a song being cinematic.




dunkah -> (22/9/2011 11:39:17 AM)

What about Michael Stipe's foray into producing? Velvet Goldmine and Being John Malkovich both have his name on the credits for what it's worth. A bit more of a concrete association with movies than a song being cinematic.




The900MidNightBee -> (22/9/2011 12:53:27 PM)

I also quite liked the Michael Stipe/Rain Pheonix title track from 'Happiness' (1998)




mokey -> Cheesy but good (22/9/2011 2:04:56 PM)

Independence Day - opening scene over the raido we hear: "It's the End of th World As We Know it".




loafroaster -> An article loosely connecting REM to some movies? (22/9/2011 3:21:34 PM)

Slow news day, eh?




ESBJules -> Best R.E.M in movies for me is.... (23/9/2011 1:30:13 PM)

Leave, from New Adventures in Hi-Fi, over the soundtrack to A Life Less Ordinary. Absolutely the best bit of the film (not too difficult to be fair).




Dave Hudson -> (23/9/2011 1:39:49 PM)

There's also King of Comedy from the Monster album.




murf888 -> (23/9/2011 2:49:42 PM)

Some people should really learn to read the intro before diving straight into the feature and then commenting on what was missed




echofalls -> Vanilla Sky (23/9/2011 6:21:52 PM)

Sweetness Follows lending the sequence of Tom Cruise's final collapse into the gutter a huge emotional heft. (Is 'heft' a word, I think it is) Great moment.




youngnedyoung -> Until the End of the World (1/10/2011 11:20:21 AM)

R.E.M. had a gorgeous track, Fretless, that appeared in this Wim Wenders film. It featured Kate Pierson and wouldn't have looked out of place on Out of Time.




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