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Music (feature film)

1.
Let's Be Cops (2014)
Two friends find that impersonating police officers gives them a purpose in life, but they run into trouble when they meet up with a dangerous Russian mobster.
2.
Flipped (2010)
In second grade, Juli falls for Bryce, but he's not so sure at first. From grade school to junior high, through triumph and disaster, family drama and first love, they make discoveries that will define who they are - and who they are to each other.
3.
Killshot (2009)
When a husband and wife witness a shakedown, they discover that the Witness Protection Program is no match for a pair of ruthless killers who want them dead.
4.
Express, The (2008)
The true story of Ernie Davis, two-time All-American running back for Syracuse University who led his team to the national championship in 1960. In 1961, he became the first black man to win the Heisman Trophy. Later that year, he was the first pick in the NFL draft. But Davis never got the chance to play professional football, he was diagnosed with leukemia during the summer of 1962 and died nearly a year later.
5.
Crazy Love (2007)
The tale of the obsessive roller-coaster relationship of Burt and Linda Pugach, which shocked the nation during the summer of 1959. Burt, a 32 year-old married attorney and Linda, a beautiful, single 20 year-old girl living in the Bronx had a whirlwind romance, which culminated in a violent and psyc
6.
Vince Vaughn's Wild West Comedy Show: 30 Days & 30 Nights--Hollywood to the Heartland (2006)
In the fall of 2005, "Vince Vaughn's Wild West Comedy Show: 30 Days & 30 Nights, Hollywood to the Heartland Tour" traveled across the country, performing 30 shows in 30 days. The entire tour, including all performances, behind-the-scenes action, and interviews with Vince, the comedians and special g
7.
Lackawanna Blues (2005)
Based on the Obie award winning play written by and starring Ruben Santiago-Hudson, a tale that recounts his childhood growing up in a boarding house in Lackawanna, New York that was run by an incredible woman.
8.
No Regrets (2004)
Two couples, best friends in college in 1970, lose touch after an infidelity leads to each marrying the opposite lover. Eighteen years later, the once-jilted boyfriend looks up his old flame resulting in the two couples reuniting to explore past mistakes, hard decisions and whether they married the
9.
Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood (2002) as Song ("Lonely Avenue")
Sidda Lee Walker, a prominent young playwright living in New York City, is a long way from her Louisiana hometown and a safe distance from her loving but highly dramatic and eccentric mother, Vivi. And that's the way she'd like to keep it. But when a 'Time Magazine' profile on Sidda implies that Vivi was not a good mother, Vivi is outraged and the two women get into a fight that threatens to destroy not only their relationship but Sidda's tenuous wedding plans with a man who has waited seven years for her to get over her fear of raising a family of her own. Enter the Ya-Ya Sisterhood... Vivi's intrepid gang of lifelong friends eager to restore peace no matter what it takes. To truly understand Vivi, the Ya-Yas believe, Sidda must know who her mother was as a young woman. A high-spirited beauty who valued love and loyalty above all else, young Vivi was dealt many disappointments in life but was also blessed with an indomitable sense of humor, an adventurous spirit and three best friends. Together, this inseparable foursome shared both good and bad times, celebrating each other's triumphs for more than 40 years, which they recorded in a scrapbook, known as the Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood. Taking matters into their own hands, the Ya-Yas stage an unorthodox intervention to bring mother and daughter back together. With their help and the help of the Divine Secrets, Sidda will begin to unravel the truth about her complicated and unconventional mother, find forgiveness and acceptance, and let go of her painful past.
10.
Final (2001) as Song ("Little Sister")
A man suddenly finds himself in a mental hospital because he's convinced he's living in the year 2399.
11.
Snatch (2000)
When a dizzying robbery takes place in the Orthodox Jewish diamond district, a flawless 86-carat gem, the size of an infant's fist, is lifted in the snatch. Taking it to London, the diamond's thief and courier, Franky Four Fingers arrives in the city as a stopover en route to New York to deliver the huge diamond to his bigwig crime boss, Avi. But because Franky can't resist temptation and London is a town with its share of illegal trade, a small crowd of miscreants and malefactors eventually ends up chasing each other and the whereabouts of the diamond. These include: Doug the Head, a jeweler who pretends he's Jewish because it's good for business; Boris the Blade, a Russian gangster with a deserved reputation for being impossible to kill; Bullet Tooth Tony, a legendary hard guy and Brick Top, perhaps the scariest of the lot.
12.
Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas, The (2000) as Song ("Viva Rock Vegas")
The Flintstones in their mid twenties, as they journey through Rock Vegas, eventually ending in the wedding of Fred and Wilma.
13.
Mad Cows (1999) as Song ("Bring Him Back")
When her TV star husband Alex decides to divorce her so that he can start a career in politics, newly single mother Maddy goes shoplifting and ends up in jail. Losing custody of her infant child, Maddy hatches a scheme to break out of prison with the assistance of her friend Gillian, who's avoiding
14.
Bowfinger (1999) as Song ("There Is Always One More Time")
A desperate movie producer will stop at nothing to make his movie with the biggest actor in Hollywood, so he finds a nerdy look-alike to be his star.
15.
Big Lebowski, The (1998) as Song ("Viva Las Vegas")
A laid-back Los Angeles bowler named Jeff Lebowski, nicknamed "The Dude", is beaten up by thugs who let him know that his wife owes money to Jackie Treehorn. One problem remains; The Dude has never been married and has never heard of Jackie Treehorn. Realizing the situation is a case of mistaken ide
16.
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998) as Song ("Viva Las Vegas")
Journalist Raoul Duke and his lawyer Dr Gonzo drive from LA to Las Vegas on a drugs binge. They nominally cover news stories, including a convention on drug abuse, but also sink deeper into a frightening psychedelic otherworld. As Vietnam, Altamont and the Tate killings impinge from the world of TV
17.
Neil Simon's Odd Couple II (1998) as Song ("Little Sister")
Seventeen years after living together, sportswriter and incurable slob Oscar Madison and the obsessively neat Felix Ungar meet once again when Felix's daughter decides to marry Oscar's son. Meeting a LAX, they head out together to the desert community where the wedding will take place until Oscar loses the map, prompting Felix to whine, Oscar to complain, and both to get on each other's nerves.
18.
Lost Highway (1997) as Song ("This Magic Moment")
Set in a city suspiciously like Los Angeles, both blazingly modern and resolutely retro in look and feel. A jazz musician, tortured by the notion that his wife is having an affair, suddenly finds himself accused of her murder. In a parallel story, a young mechanic is drawn into a web of deceit by a
19.
Trial and Error (1997) as Song ("Turn Me Loose")
A contempt-of-court comedy about an actor who poses as an attorney to defend a man on trial for fraud. When a bachelor party leaves Charlie a babbling mess on the morning of a career-making-or-breaking legal appearance, his best friend, an out-of-work actor named Richard, takes "the law" into his own hands.
20.
Shall We Dance? (1996) as Song ("Save The Last Dance For Me")
Sohei is an ordinary 42-year-old businessman, living a comfortable suburban life with his faithful wife and adorable daughter. Everything seems to be perfect but Shohei feels something is missing. Every night, on the train home from work, he sees a beautiful lady gazing out from the window of a shabby ballroom dance studio. Although Shohei's original motivation for learning to dance is to meet Mai, the young woman in the window, he starts to get involved with the class and enjoys the lessons. He doesn't dare tell anyone about his new hobby... not even his family. Mai notices Shohei's new passion for dancing, and agrees to help coach him for the upcoming competition. At one time, she was one of Japan's finest ballroom dancers, but her father has forced her to stop dancing professionally and teach amateurs so she will discover why she failed at the famous Blackpool competition. By teaching Shohei, she rediscovers the joy of dance...
21.
That Night (1993) as Song ("Little Sister")
A coming-of-age story about an eleven-year-old girl who idolizes her troubled sixteen-year-old neighbor.
22.
What's Eating Gilbert Grape (1993) as Song ("This Magic Moment")
The story of a small town guy trying to care for his mentally challenged brother while falling in love with a girl from the outside.
23.
Sandlot, The (1993) as Song ("This Magic Moment")
The adventures of a group of kids in a small town who play baseball.
24.
Short Cuts (1993) as Music Composer ("To Hell With You" "Prisoner Of Life" "I Don'T Know You" "Full Moon")
Episodic narrative based on nine short stories and one poem by the late Raymond Carver, detailing the longings and thwarted lives of a disparate group of individuals in contemporary Southern California.
25.
Honeymoon In Vegas (1992) as Songs ("Viva! Las Vegas" "Surrender")
A man decides to marry a girl in vegas even though he promised his mom he would never marry. He also loses his wife before the ceremony.
26.
Cry Baby (1990) as Song ("King Cry Baby")
A satirical comedy set in 1950s Baltimore about a group of high school delinquents.
27.
Rain Man (1988) as Song ("Lonely Avenue")
A con artist discovers he has a wealthy, autistic brother.
28.
Cocktail (1988) as Song ("This Magic Moment")
A young, cocky, womanizing bartender falls in love with a beautiful down-to-earth artist, and decides to settle down.
29.
Heartbreak Hotel (1988) as Song ("His Latest Flame")
A boy kidnaps Elvis Presley and brings him home to his mother.
30.
Stand by Me (1986) as Song ("Hush-A-Bye")
Four friends share a rite of passage on a long walk to view a dead body.
31.
My American Cousin (1986) as Song ("Save The Last Dance For Me")
32.
Yotzim Kavua (1979) as Song ("Save The Last Dance For Me")
33.
The Concert for Bangladesh (1972) as Composer
The 1971 Concert for Bangaladesh organized by George Harrison and Ravi Shankar is chronicled in this documentary. Two benefit concerts were performed at Madison Square Garden in order to raise money for East Pakistani refugees who were first victims of a cyclone in 1970, and then of the Bangladesh
34.
Elvis--That's the Way It Is (1970) as Composer
The King of Rock 'n' Roll prepares himself for one of his biggest Vegas shows ever.
35.
Anzio (1968) as Composer
U.S. troops in World War II fight to survive the Allied landing in Italy.
36.
Double Trouble (1967) as Composer
A teen heiress falls for an American rock singer in London.
37.
Frankie and Johnny (1966) as Composer
A riverboat gambler has to choose between his true love and the woman who's his lucky charm.
38.
Spinout (1966) as Composer
A singing race-car driver has to choose among three amorous females.
39.
Girl Happy (1965) as Composer
A rock singer is hired to chaperone a gangster's daughter in Fort Lauderdale.
40.
Tickle Me (1965) as Composer
A singing cowboy signs on with an all-woman dude ranch.
41.
Kissin' Cousins (1964) as Composer
A singing military officer gets mixed up with his look-alike hillbilly cousin.
42.
Viva Las Vegas (1964) as Composer
A race-car driver falls for a pretty swimming instructor who wants him to slow down his career.
43.
Ring-a-Ding Rhythm (1962) as Composer
Two British teens and their friends bring "traditional" jazz to a small English town.
44.
G.I. Blues (1960) as Composer
An American stationed in Germany bets that he can make an icy entertainer fall for him.
45.
Visit to a Small Planet (1960) as Composer
Jerry Lewis is Kreton, a childish alien who, against his teacher's will leaves his planet to visit the Earth, and lands in the backyard of a famous television journalist who doesn't believe in U.F.O's and aliens. Wanting to study humans but not able to fully understand them, Kreton makes a mess out of it, generating a lot of comic situations.
46.
Hound-Dog Man (1959) as Composer
Two young boys spend the summer of 1912 having fun and games instead of working on the farm.

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