Smash Mouth’s “All Star” was everywhere in the late 90’s and early 2000’s, appearing prominiently in the movies Mystery Men, Shrek and Rat Race, as well as every 5 minutes on every radio station in the country.
The sweetest song dedicated to the leader of swarm of killer rats, Michael Jackson performed the theme song for Ben, which is the sequel to killer rat movie, Willard.
Pixar brought musical legend Randy Newman in to provide the music for the first Toy Story and he stayed on for the rest of the trilogy, and other Pixar movies, earning multiple Oscar nominations and wins.
Coming out a few months before Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, after the movie, BJ Thomas’ song from the soundtrack became one of the biggest hits of the 70’s and won the Oscar for Best Original Song.
The cast of Shark Night 3D apparently had so much fun on set, or so much free time, that they made a secret rap video that played after the credits, and it’s unbelievably bad.
England’s loudest band, Spinal Tap, has delivered tons of classic songs over the years and are forever immortalized in the “rockumentary”, This is Spinal Tap.
Jack Black, after scamming his way into a substitute teacher gig, tries to mold his students into the world’s greatest rock band in Richard Linklater’s School of Rock.
The Mad Max is not really known for it’s music with the lone exception being “We Don’t Need Another Hero” by Tina Turner for Beyond Thunderdome, where she played the ruthlessAunt Entity.
Back in 2006, the “true” Natalie Portman was revealed when she dropped the gangsta rap classic “Natalie’s Rap” on SNL with The Lonely Island.
Despite starring Rob Lowe and Patrick Swayze, 1986 hockey movie Youngblood, and it’s rocking theme song, has been sort of lost to time, until now.