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Empire Admin -> Empire's Favourite Music Moments (20/5/2013 3:11:27 PM)

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manje23 -> I concur (20/5/2013 3:11:27 PM)

the best beginning to any film EVER...... my favorite




bradcam72 -> A Few I Like... (21/5/2013 12:29:58 PM)

Some good choices, another few I would have..

The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert: Ce Ce Peniston - Finally
Layer Cake: The Source feat. Candi Staton - You Got The Love
Ferris Bueller: The Beat - March of the Swivelheads
Inception: Edith Piaf - Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien

Every musical piece in Goodfellas, The Blues Brothers, The Shining




MJC93 -> (21/5/2013 12:45:28 PM)

No almost famous? travesty. but good list nonetheless.]#




Normal Control -> In Dreams (22/5/2013 1:41:45 AM)

Good call.




Brundlesflies -> One-Hit Wonder? (22/5/2013 10:24:04 AM)

Some great choices there, but I must question the comments to The Big Lebowski - "one of the catchiest one-hit-wonders ever recorded" Kenny Rogers, a one-hit wonder? You sure about that Ali?




sangypange -> hmmm (22/5/2013 11:31:35 PM)

Not sure about the lucky star one....not really a standout musical moment in film.history for me, i really like the moment in stranger than fiction when will ferell plays whole wide world by wreckless eric




cateranfan -> Ladysmith Black Mambazo vs Treorchy Male Voice Choir (23/5/2013 4:05:02 PM)

"They've a fine bass section mind, but no top tenors, that's for sure."
When Men of Harlech rises from the besieged garrison in Zulu, you don't even need to be Welsh to feel your heartstrings being tugged




Teamwak -> You dropped the ball with no Tiny Dancer from Almost Famous (23/5/2013 7:45:41 PM)

Damn good list, especially Up, but that scene on the bus in practically perfect in every way :)

In fact it is so good, I have just rewatched it. And here it is again, in all it's glory,

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QHH3FoJUEbg




kermit.t -> Bittersweet symphony (24/5/2013 10:53:37 AM)

one of my faves is bittersweet symphony at the end of Cruel intentions, and where's Mrs Robinson from the gradudate?




photonshot -> RE: Bittersweet symphony (26/5/2013 5:55:56 AM)


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ORIGINAL: kermit.t

one of my faves is bittersweet symphony at the end of Cruel intentions, and where's Mrs Robinson from the gradudate?



Bittersweet Symphony! Hands down the most memorable for me.




JohnnyG1960 -> Ghost Town (28/5/2013 11:14:22 AM)

For me, Citizen Cope's "Sideways" in the Ricky Gervais movie Ghost Town was just gorgeous. It was so sad and told a lovely story. These feelings wont go away, they've been knocking me sideways.... OK, the movie wasn't the greatest ever but this song was a brilliant musical moment. Check it out.




eglanvill -> Wayne's World (29/5/2013 3:32:04 PM)

Surely the Bohemian Rhapsody car scene from Wayne's World




Nickynoo86 -> Wes Anderson (31/5/2013 12:18:20 AM)

I know its all personal taste but how can you not have a single musical moment from any Wes Anderson film?? The man uses music to greater effect than any other Director. I mean just think of Paltrow getting off the bus in The Royal Tenenbaums, or the final scene in Rushmore...I could go on. Brilliant




hollyinhd -> The Lion King (1/6/2013 3:23:59 AM)

I'm sorry but hakuna mattata needs to be on this list.




I am here -> The Man Who Knew Too Much (7/6/2013 3:19:52 AM)

The whole film really. music is a key device and motif from the mirroring of concerts of the 10 minute silent Albert hall sequence (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VpG5ZC06KqA) to the embassy of QueSera Sera (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yVuEC3r7a-o) to save a child.




spaniel -> (7/6/2013 10:49:38 AM)

Agree with the Wes Anderson overlook. The scene that always touches me is when Ritchie in Royal Tennenbaums shaves and slits his wrists to the tune of Needle in the Hay by Eliot Smith, all the more poignant by the fact that Smith took his own life. Dark but beautifully done.




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