An eternal 90s jam, Ini Kamoze’s “Here Comes the Hotstepper” has long outlasted the movie it was included on the soundtrack for, 1994’s Robert Altman comedy Ready to Wear aka Pret-a-Porter.
With a massive gambling debt over his head, master thief Jack Reese is forced by his boss “The Rumble” to attempt a seemingly impossible heist on an airborne, high-tech, and heavily guarded aerial casino known as the Money Plane.
In the years since their epic performance at the end of Bogus Journey, Bill & Ted have still not been able to come up with the song that is supposed to unite the galaxy in peace and harmony but they come up with a plan to steal it from their future selves in Bill & Ted Face the Music.
Kevin Bacon and Amanda Seyfried are a couple who move into a new home with their daughter but the house seems to harbor dark forces that causes their lives to start to unravel in the upcoming Blumhouse horror movie hitting VOD, You Should Have Left.
1994’s live-action version of The Flintstones launched an all-out promotional assault that helped it become a massive worldwide hit and one part of that was The B-52s performing a new version of the iconic TV theme, “(Meet) the Flintstones”, for the movie’s soundtrack.
Huey Lewis starred in the competitive karaoke movie Duets back in 2000 as shyster Ricky Dean. Reunited with his estranged daughter (Gwyneth Paltrow), the duo travels the country and eventually compete against other pairs of karaoke singers for a shot at $5,000 in Omaha.