Tommy Boy is a 1995 American road comedy film directed by Peter Segal, written by Bonnie and Terry Turner, produced by Lorne Michaels, and starring former Saturday Night Live castmates and close friends Chris Farley and David Spade. The film tells the story of a socially and emotionally immature man (Farley) who learns lessons about friendship and self-worth following the sudden death of his industrialist father. The film did well commercially but received mixed reviews from critics. The film was shot primarily in Toronto and Los Angeles.
Austin Powers in Goldmember is a 2002 American spy comedy film. It is the third and final installment of the Austin Powers trilogy starring Mike Myers in the title role. The movie was directed by Jay Roach, and co-written by Mike Myers and Michael McCullers. Myers also plays the roles of Dr. Evil, Goldmember, and Fat Bastard. The movie co-stars Beyoncé Knowles, Robert Wagner, Seth Green, Michael York, Verne Troyer, Michael Caine, Mindy Sterling and Fred Savage. There are a number of cameo appearances including Steven Spielberg, Kevin Spacey, Britney Spears, Quincy Jones, Tom Cruise, Danny DeVito, Katie Couric, Gwyneth Paltrow, John Travolta, Nathan Lane, and The Osbournes.
Krush Groove is a 1985 Warner Bros. film, written by Ralph Farquhar and directed by Michael Schultz (who also produced the movie, along with George Jackson and Doug McHenry). This film is based on the early days of Def Jam Recordings and up-and-coming record producer Russell Simmons (renamed Russell Walker in the film), portrayed by Blair Underwood in his feature film debut. Russell Simmons was the film's co-producer and story consultant; he also had a cameo role in the film as a club owner named Crocket.
South of Heaven, West of Hell is country singer Dwight Yoakam's soundtrack album to the motion picture of the same name in which he both starred and directed. Yoakam portrays a lawman in the early 1900s in the "wild west" of the Arizona Territory. Half of the tracks in the album are country music tracks. The other tracks are short snippets of straight dialog scenes from the film itself. There are many well-known co-stars in the movie, including Peter Fonda, Bridget Fonda, Paul Reubens, Billy Bob Thornton, Warren Zevon, and Vince Vaughn.
Songs and Music From the Motion Picture "She's the One" is the ninth studio album by American rock band Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, first released in August 1996. The album served as the soundtrack for the 1996 film, She's the One, written and directed by Edward Burns.
The Princess Bride is a 1987 soundtrack album by Mark Knopfler for the film The Princess Bride, directed by Rob Reiner. Released by Warner Bros. Records in the United States and Vertigo Records internationally, the album contains the song "Storybook Love", performed by Willy DeVille and co-written with Mark Knopfler. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Song at the 60th Academy Awards.
Local Hero is a 1983 soundtrack album by Mark Knopfler for the film Local Hero, produced by David Puttnam and written and directed by Bill Forsyth.
Rush is a soundtrack album to the movie of the same name written and performed by Eric Clapton. The album features the acoustic rock ballad "Tears in Heaven", which won three Grammy awards for Song of the Year, Record of the Year and Male Pop Vocal Performance in 1993.
The Dark Knight: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is the soundtrack album to Christopher Nolan's 2008 film The Dark Knight, the sequel to Nolan's 2005 film Batman Begins. The soundtrack was released on July 15, 2008, in three editions: CD, limited edition CD digipak, and digital download. The 2CD Special Edition was released on December 9, 2008, along with the DVD. A limited edition 180-gram vinyl LP was released on August 12, 2008. The soundtrack was composed by Batman Begins collaborators Hans Zimmer and James Newton Howard and recorded in April 2008.
One on One is the soundtrack album to the movie of the same title, One on One starring Robby Benson. The music was written entirely by Charles Fox, with lyrics by Paul Williams. Seals and Crofts provided the vocals. The single "My Fair Share (Love Theme from One on One)" reached #11 on the AC chart and #28 Pop in late 1977.
One-Trick Pony is the fifth solo album released by Paul Simon, in 1980.
Last Exit to Brooklyn is a 1989 ] by Mark Knopfler for the film Last Exit to Brooklyn. Although the album credits Knopfler as an artist, all the songs are performed by Guy Fletcher.
Home of the Brave was the fourth album release by Laurie Anderson, issued in 1986. Released by Warner Bros. Records, it was a partial soundtrack album of her concert film of the same title.
Soup For One is a soundtrack album to the movie Soup For One by American R&B band Chic et al., released on the label WEA in 1982, the first Chic album not to be issued on Atlantic Records. The album reached #168 on Billboard's Album Chart and #42 on the R&B chart.
UHF – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack and Other Stuff (1989) is the sixth studio album by "Weird Al" Yankovic. The album featured many music cuts from the film as well as some of the commercials ("Spatula City") and other parody bits ("Gandhi II"). The album also featured new original material such as "The Biggest Ball of Twine in Minnesota", which brought the running order up to album length. Skits written by Jay Levey, such as "Conan the Librarian" and "Plots R Us" are omitted, as is the original score by John Du Prez. It would be the last Weird Al album to be released as a vinyl record until 2011's Alpocalypse.
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