But of course, thanks!
- The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police…
- Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid
- Leon: The Professional
- Carry On Loving
- What's Up, Doc?
Everyone's favourite film cliche. After keys being hidden under a doormat.
Harold Gould was brilliant here. I think this film really does not get enough credit for the smaller roles that are played out in the background - we all know Redford, Newman and Shaw are great, but the film is just as much about Gould and Charles Dierkop.
Good soundtracks, those! I honestly didn't remember them being featured in Trainspotting but then that film is so packed with tracks that it's still easy to miss something.
- Pretty in Pink
- Something Wild
- Salvation!: Have You Said Your Prayers Today?
- Bright Lights, Big City
- Married to the Mob
- Reality Bites
- Butterfly Kiss
- The Wedding Singer
My favourite group of all time (not the current Hook-less version), I was surprised at just how many films their music had been in. Here's a list of them in chronological order!
That's what I'm going to do.
I probably should have thrown in some 1980s action but I quite like the mixture I've got going here.
This sounds like a crap cross between Quantum Leap and Life On Mars / Ashes To Ashes.