Setting the goofy tone immediately for the Michael Keaton classic Johnny Dangerously is Weird Al’s “This is the Life”, which plays over the opening credits.
The music video for the ninth single off the Bad album, Liberian Girl, features a small army of 80’s celebrities, who are waiting for Michael to arrive so they can shoot the music video .
For the forgotten slasher movie Killer Party, 80’s band White Sister, who previously had songs on the Fright Night and Halloween V soundtracks, performed a song seemingly based on the movie’s original title, April Fool.
Along with breakfast cereal, toys and games, Steve Urkel also got his own dance during the second season of Family Matters.
Paul Simon recruited Chevy Chase for the goofy music video for “You Can Call Me Al”, where Chase lip syncs the song while Simon plays, or pretends to play, a bunch of instruments.
John Cena channeled the A-Team for the official music video of his rap single, “Bad, Bad Man”.
Jamie Kennedy and Stu Stone revealed that Bob Saget is one of the baddest mofos on the planet with their 2006 rap song, “Rollin with Saget”
Originally having two versions in 1981 from Grace Jones and The Police, when Demolition Man came out in 1993, Sting recorded a new version for the movie.
The theme song for Terminator 2, Guns N Roses “You Could Be Mine”, has a music video that features Arnold as the T-800 targeting the band at one of their concerts.
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.