Why it’s so unforgettable? Even when you eliminate the obvious—biopics and documentaries about rock stars and events—you'll find that classic rock is a key part of today's feature films. They can be truly defined by their scores, while music-less films are often boring and uninteresting. The quick scene is funny, yes, and Jennifer Jason Leigh’s reaction is one of confusion and question, as Ratner sits there thinking Damone is right. When Ratner (Brian Backer) is desperate for advice, Damone (Robert Romanus) gives out his free five-point plan, which is relationship gold. Rehearsing his lines before getting up to whip out the infamous member Dirk has had but we haven’t seen. The 14 Best Uses Of Rock Songs In Movies. It’s a beautiful piece of film score that is never over worked or overstated. So you may think it’s a little early to consider any scene or song from this film unforgettable. So if scores define a film, then a song can and does define a scene. Ofttimes brooding and silent, Mcqueen was perfectly aided by the ever changing score that was designed to specifically suit each scene, from car chases to mellow reflections. Rising comedy star Jim Carrey had tapped rising death metal supremos Cannibal Corpse as the band he wanted to appear in his zany ​’90s comedy, but their European tour clashed with shooting. Pit in association with Nordic Spirit at Blondies, our favourite East London dive bar. Salem – the band that features Creeper frontman Will Gould – played The K! Bill Haley's 1954 B-side turned on tons of teens to this raucous new sound—the first use of rock music in a movie, but far from the last, Daddy-o. GOOD CALL! Unlike movies, where it's rare … Has any movie in recent memory had a more instantly recognisable (or narratively poignant) soundtrack than Guardians Of The Galaxy? Music and movies are an obvious pairing. Pixies’ off-kilter classic Where Is My Mind? Higher Power played The K! The importance of music in film can’t be overstated. The best time to be is now. All we can say is, ​‘LET’S ROCK!’” An epic ending needs an epic soundtrack, and KISS’ cover of Argent classic God Gave Rock & Roll To You measures up just about right. One of the all-time great metal cameos almost didn’t happen. The 30 Best Songs for Movie Trailers The Who, Paul Simon, Jay Z, et al. catch up with heavy music’s biggest names to reflect on the suffocating stasis of 2020, we settle in for the long dark winter with Eric Whitney, who you might know by his trap-metal alter-ego Ghostemane. Why it’s so unforgettable? Ok, yes the film was only released last year, is still in limited cinematic release and is sweeping the awards run. Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck’s movie pulled off a remarkable balance of important ideas, breezy atmosphere and kickass attitude. The 20 Most Overused Songs in Movies and TV. “For What It’s Worth”- Buffalo Springfield . The song from the third studio album of Linkin Park featured in the film Transformers. 5. encapsulates that cocktail of emotion, while also slyly nodding to the psychological revelations with which the shell-shocked audience are still grappling. Jack Black’s character is supposed to be this big time music snob, and he tosses in a tape with this song on it to rock out to? As such, it’s taken a place in our collective hearts, giving us a visceral emotional reaction every time we hear it played, and making it the perfect tune for a movie soundtrack. Headbangingly impactful, belly-achingly funny and mind-searingly memorable, it’s undoubtedly the best thing that came out of this enjoyable, albeit flagrantly indulgent buddy flick. Features Best Christmas Rock Songs: An Essential Seasonal Playlist. It’s a real oddity that’s really livened by two things: the end sequence with John Lithgow, and the opening. Ranking the most memorable occasions rock music took movies to the next level. Like numbers 20 and 12 before, this is a song used because the film is set in the time when the song was released. Done right, there are few moments in film more adrenaline spiking or emotionally impactful than those soundtracked by an inspired choice from the catalogues of our favourite bands. The song is cool on its own, and here, used in the sights of the Beverly Hills Hotel circa ’79, the title defines the scene. The most popular and most important stories, interviews and features from the past year on Kerrang! Not that song again! Why it’s so unforgettable? December 22nd, 2015 at 7:50 PM . Not as much, however, as it is in establishing the loud, obnoxious, but ultimately loveable quality of our title character as he goes about his daily routine, flushing the pages of a traditional fable down the toilet, ​‘showering’ in swamp slime, gruesomely brushing his teeth and scaring off local villagers. Top 20 Best Uses of Songs in Movies. Hollywood has employed rock from the '60s and '70s to enhance films about everything from motorcycles to drugs to high school angst. He tells Ratner as number 5 point “When it comes to making out, whenever possible, play Side One of Led Zeppelin IV.” Unfortunately, the songs really on Side One of Led Zeppelin IV would kill the mood quicker than “Hallelujah.” So Ratner, in the next scene with Stacy, plays Kashmir, from Physical Graffiti. Taste of Cinema 2019. Top 10 Uses of Classic Rock Songs In Movies. Hawk brought in her song "Stay," which played over the movie's closing credits, and directed its one-take music video. Being played during the opening credits always accelerates those credits to being awesome (see number 13). 39 "Blaze Of Glory" - Jon Bon Jovi Hot 100 Peak Position: 1, Peak Date: 9/8/1990 For Generation VHS, however, its 366-minute runtime was experienced as one sprawling standalone, and the (still spine-chillingly relevant) opening credits – charting the deadly effect of weaponised flu Project Blue on a Californian military institution – are pure cinema. The Alice Cooper cameo (“WE’RE NOT WORTHY!”) might be right up there in terms of memorability in this SNL skit gone feature-length. Others become inextricably linked to their films, becoming a part of pop culture history for generations to come. By Yoni Heisler @edibleapple. The best songs can set the mood, change the tone, anchor the intended time period or switch the momentum in all the time it takes to hit play. But ELO is the exception. The Song: “For Whom the Bell Tolls” – Metallica. And Metallica is dark, but also cool, just like Zombieland. In the same place. Jun 19, 2014. In adapting Hong Kong classic Infernal Affairs for an English-speaking audience, he needed a setting – and characters – every bit as loud, proud and full of character as the original. 10. Played over the final skirmish, No Doubt​’s signature tune reflects all those elements whilst also pogoing home the story’s pivotal late-’90s period. The movies have a long history of glorious rock & roll moments. Songfacts category - Songs used in movies. In any case, the song would have worked better than “The Battle of Evermore”, and we are all thankful for that. Literally hitting the ground running, the opening sequence of Danny Boyle’s Trainspotting is one of the most iconic in all of British cinema. And on top of the movies it appears in, it’s probably the most overused song used for movie trailers, shilling films such as JERSEY GIRL. Note that we have excluded songs written specifically for the film and have instead selected scenes where the song predates the film. Music in movies has always been just as important as the direction and screenplay. A fun opening, before things get scary. Then, Albert Brooks and Dan Ankroyd begin to sing with the drum riff coming through. Linkin Park songs in movies What I’ve Done – Transformers. In this list, we pick twenty of the most unexpected and imaginative uses of classical music in the motion pictures. ​“We’ve been to the past,” they greet a baying crowd, Bill with a full-length ZZ Top beard and Ted rocking a vintage Robert Plant goatee. Melancholia: Tristan und Isolde Prelude by Wagner. The mammoth 1994 adaptation of Stephen King’s apocalyptic masterpiece started development as a feature-film, before morphing into a four-part miniseries on ABC. ​‘Have no fear’, Eddie croons, evoking the perilous call of the wild, ​‘for when I’m alone, I’ll be better off than I was before…’. This website requires Javascript to be enabled. Songs are all sourced from, and,. And, y’know, the best place to be is here. The Perks of Being a Wallflower. Some of the most iconic songs only reached that level after being showcased in a memorable way in a motion picture. Long before the Fast & Furious franchise had morphed from gritty street-racing drama to globe-straddling quasi-superhero nonsense, XXX had given Vin Diesel a chance to flex his chops as the world’s least secretive secret agent, Xander Cage. There are always plenty to choose from and here are the 15 most unforgettable rock song uses in movies. Most films dependent on pop songs count on them to take us to a specific place in time within the movie. Zombieland is no exception. The first scene with the song introduces the group’s taste in odd songs. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last.fm. Posted on January 17, 2014 June 11, 2015 by Christopher Spencer. Both have a ton of power on their own, and when they’re used together properly, you end up with some of the most affecting memories a person carries with them. The Teignmouth trio were already massive in France at this point, but the song was likely selected on artistic merit, to foreshadow the picture’s shift into less in-your-face insidiousness and the jaw-dropping (chest-hacking) narrative rug-pull to follow…, A subtly heartbreaking, beautifully lyrical telling of the story of ill-fated American adventurer Christopher McCandless, Sean Penn’s Into The Wild required a soundtrack every bit as freewheeling and achingly plaintive. and Ted ​‘Theodore’ Logan. Why it’s so unforgettable? It’s a thing to behold. Find out here, but be warned - this playlist is disturbingly awesome. As a lonely car winds down the road, the opening arpeggios of CCR’s smooth ballad play through the darkened dawn. The inclusion of original Fall Out Boy composition Immortals over a pivotal powering-up montage is really just the pop-punk cherry on top. Such was Carrey’s fandom, however, that the film’s schedule was re-worked to include a fish-out-of-water skit as the titular Pet Detective gurned his way through a death metal show. The Twilight Zone Movie might not be the most well known film. Back in 2007, however, the use of Lonely Day over a montage of one bored teen’s house arrest proved a far more literal affair, with Daron Malakian​’s mournful tones the perfect accompaniment to the vague melancholia of being ditched by your friends and trapped in the house. If you’re trying to establish the runaway rock’n’roll swagger of a handsome, genius, billionaire weapons dealer rolling into a warzone to showcase his wares with a tumbler of whisky in hand, you need a band with balls as big as AC/DC​’s. This song was actually inspired by an event where young people rallied to protest against a new curfew and the closing of a popular club, Pandora’s Box. The ever-so-faint malevolence of System’s sound also harks to the film’s central serial killer conceit. We’ve been all around the afterlife. One for the strongest of stomachs, Alexandre Aja’s merciless psychological slasher-thriller High Tension (Switchblade Romance in the UK) plays out like death metal in celluloid form for the most part: all slashed throats, severed heads and DIY equipment repurposed with eye-wateringly evil intent. American Beauty uses “American Woman” so well that it sounds like it was written for the film. lovelace-media.imgix.net. The much less interesting Iron Man 2 went a shade too far with a whole AC/DC soundtrack album, but that film’s opening scene deserves a shoutout, as well, for its inspired use of Shoot To Thrill as Tony drops thunderously into the Stark Expo. What do you do during your “ninth sick day of the school semester”? Although we have to wonder whether Umeå’s hardcore trailblazers Refused have ever chucked around a pigskin in their lives, their totemic anthem New Noise is most certainly a track that fits the bill, encapsulating the adrenalised atmosphere of a stadium about to explode every bit as well as it’s detonated a million rock club dancefloors. Couldn't they have used something else? The use of Back In Black in the opening scene of the whole MCU also emphasised the potential big time credentials of Iron Man – who, lets not forget, was very much a second tier superhero back in 2008. Many a chart hit has come off the back of a movie appearance. The words, the pacing, the upbeat chords – they all work together to deliver a fun-spirited melody. Some are fresh cuts written with the movie in mind, some are pulled deep from the filmmakers’ personal collections. If you’re going to cast David freakin’ Bowie in your shady ​’80s erotic horror, you better damn well make sure the soundtrack is on point. As Kerrang! William Friedkin's 1973 film The Exorcist is just as famous for its use of Mike Oldfield's "Tubular Bells" as it is for its 360 head turn — perhaps, in fact, even more so. Incorporating elements of symphonic jazz, Schifrin’s classic composition was written specifically for Steve McQueen. Every other song on this list is important to the atmosphere and emotional impact of the film in which it’s featured, but none is integral to the actual outcome of the story like Beelzeboss. 80s Movies Songs That Rule: “Arrested by You” by Rupert Hine from Better off Dead. The hammering riff from Jeff Lynne mixed with triumphant violins gives an uplifting feel to a film which, without the song, would have been very nearly subpar. Evoking the gung-ho attitude of American soldiers dropping in to fight their real life unseen enemy in Vietnam, the use of Little Richard’s runaway classic could be read for all kinds of subtext. This 70s song for a 70s-set film is used twice in the film, to introduce the main aspect of the con, a fake Sheikh, and then again at the end of the film when the twist is still fresh. Beyond naming a terrible ... A classic rock and roll song in its day, after 42 appearances in film and television the song may be most notably remembered by 30 somethings from Terminator 2, but it’s also one of the first to get skipped when it hits the airwaves in the car. Classical music forms the soundscape of many films. The moment Wayne, Garth and their buddies crank Queen classic Bohemian Rhapsody on their car stereo, however, to headbang along all the way from their basement TV-studio to local hotspot The Gasworks, is undoubtedly its defining moment. 50 tracks (191:43). Luckily, Sean’s old friend, Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder was on hand to deliver a whole record’s worth of melancholic folk-rock which would become his debut solo LP. Fortunately, director Tony Scott was leaving nothing to chance, employing iconic English goth-rockers Bauhaus in the opening scene, invoking the Hungarian icon who made Dracula famous with their iconic single Bela Lugosi’s Dead. As it sure did to Lester. We thought we’d give some attention to movie moments that use songs from broader culture instead of a movie… There are always plenty to choose from and here are the 15 most unforgettable rock song uses in movies. 7. Its ingenious inclusion has doubtless fed into All Star’s enduring appeal and online ubiquity, right to this very day. Don’t hold back in the comments section…. This song came out of the Sports-Movie Soundtrack Song Generator and was sung by ... the slight break in his voice at 2:45 is pure cheese-rock realness and it gets me every time. Blue Öyster Cult​’s signature tune is the ideal soundtrack, eerily foreshadowing the story’s themes and perfectly reflecting King’s intended aesthetic of fading Americana. Snyder’s something of a rock connoisseur, too (let’s not forget this is the guy who put My Chemical Romance​’s Desolation Row over the Watchmen credits) and he brilliantly drops Disturbed​’s Down With The Sickness twice over the course of his widescreen carnage – once in Richard Cheese’s lounge version played over the tongue-in-cheek, mall-set opening credits and in its original form over the tongue-through-cheek closing scroll. Having just beamed in from a post-apocalyptic future, the nude Arnie utters the iconic line, ​“I need your clothes, your boots and your motorcycle…” before taking apart a biker bar and striding out fully clad. The cassette-mixtape given by his dying mother to a wide-eyed Peter Quill is the tie that binds him to his Earthly roots even as his intergalactic adventure inexorably transforms him into the legendary Star Lord. Bridging the ye olde fairytale aesthetic and contemporary attitudes of the movie, it’s pretty important in setting the tone. YOU’RE OUR BOY, BLUE! The long overdue big screen bow for Captain Marvel herself, Carol Danvers came overloaded with expectation, both in terms of the appearance of the god-like character’s implications for the broader Marvel Cinematic Universe and her feminist importance as the first solo titular female superhero of the current generation. Martin Scorsese’s credentials as a master filmmaker aren’t just grounded in the visual arts, but also his ability to pick soundtracks that economically help locate the story and drive the narrative forward. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for 50 Best of Rock in the … Used in the final scene, where washed up porn star Dirk Diggler (Mark Wahlberg) has been given another shot. 1942. 10 most overused and overplayed songs in movies and on TV. An expansion of sorts on the ​‘greatest song in the world’ concept they’d coined with Tribute, the climactic track of Tenacious D​’s full-length movie The Pick Of Destiny is the sound of their almighty rock-off: an amalgam of their acoustic-driven classic rock and The Devil’s filthy heavy metal. Katrina can taker her Waves and stick them where there is no Sunshine. Argo’s setting of 1979-1980 obviously makes for the unlimited possibilities of awesome songs released in that time. But you can somehow tell that director Paul Thomas Anderson used it because of its title in relation to the scene. Being an awesome film, it needs an awesome soundtrack and Metallica’s “For Whom the Bell Tolls” kicks this off. “Twist and Shout” by The Beatles — Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. Features Pop Goes The Movies: Iconic Songs In Films. Our pick is this climactic spot from their second outing – our last look at the famous duo, thus far. The 5-octave voice of the classical rock band Renaissance, Annie is big on creative expression. It’s still not clear why a high-tech anti-whaling operation would base himself in the basement of a pounding metal club, but the scene remains a hilarious and incredibly memorable treat. 10 of the Most Covered Songs in Music History. Please. 1. And so the bouncy and fun riff comes through making you feel a little happy at a film, which is the opposite of that. Pit in association with Nordic Spirit at Blondies, our favourite East London dive bar. Find a song, discover new music, or see where an artist's music has been featured across television, film, and video game soundtracks. As Ewan McGregor’s heroin-addicted protagonist Mark Renton spiels off the iconic, incredibly pithy ​“Choose Life” monologue while fleeing the police, and we’re introduced to writer Irvine Welsh’s rogues’ gallery of characters, Iggy Pop banger Lust For Life thumps away urgently over the top. From Def Leppard to Chuck Berry, U2, Tom Petty, Weezer and Eric Clapton, the best Christmas rock songs … All rights reserved. by Michael Roffman , Justin Gerber , Randall Colburn , Lior Phillips and Amanda Koellner They’re your ch-ch-ch-cherry bombs! Okay, okay, we’re cheating a little here. “I thought we’d go for a little Bohemian Rhapsody, gentlemen?” It’s one of the greatest hard rock movies of all time, and the most iconic use of a song on the silver screen. 4. This is the internet in 2020, of course, so we’ll inevitably have missed a few of your personal favourites. The Song: “Dance the Night Away” – Van Halen. A shoutout, too, to Lady Gaga’s open homage in the opening episode of American Horror Story: Hotel, soundtracked by She Want Revenge’s ravenously sexy Tear You Apart. By Jason Bailey. As Carol Burnham (Annette Bening) finds sexual pleasure with Buddy Kane (Peter Gallagher), Lester Burnham (the amazing Kevin Spacey) finds mental pleasure by smoking weed. The Forrest Gump soundtrack takes us through decades of time. Featuring everyone from Marilyn Manson and Rob Zombie to Ministry and Rammstein, the soundtrack to the Wachowskis’ game-changing, perception-shattering epic The Matrix was a veritable who’s‑who of pre-millennial rock. Tweet on Twitter. Honestly, it makes this list because it adds another layer of impossible cool to a passage featuring two future U.S. state governors polishing their death-dealing hardware and debating whether chewing-tobacco really makes you a ​“goddamn sexual tyrannosaurus”. A living thing. Annie Haslam of RenaissanceSongwriter Interviews. Nothing much happens in the scene, but the atmosphere pulsates like an open vein. The Song: “Heroes” – David Bowie . Share on Facebook. We Will Rock You is probably one of the most basic songs they’ve ever made, but it’s become one of the most popular, and is virtually the standard anthem for sports games in the US. CMUSE-Sep 3, 2014. Fire at will, indeed. This is a list of songs that originated in movies that charted (Top 40) in either the United States or the United Kingdom, though frequently the version that charted is not the one found in the film. November 30, 2017. Excessively mocked as it has been, there’s a brilliantly iconic turn-of-the-millennium quality to Smash Mouth​’s All Star that’s never been better tapped-into than in the opening scene of Mike Myers’ ogre-centric animated classic Shrek. Brilliantly, it works every bit as well as the titular Kong proceeds to take apart the entire chopper squadron with a battery of palm trees in his massive hand…. By. This is a really fun scene, mainly because they sing it terribly. Privacy Policy (http://www.tasteofcinema.com/privacy-notice-and-cookies/) Theme by, Taste of Cinema - Movie Reviews and Classic Movie Lists, Taste of Cinema – Movie Reviews and Classic Movie Lists, 30 Academy Award Winners You Never Saw Coming. It’s the perfect tune for Jack Black’s character in High Fidelity as … The best track of a brilliant bunch drops at the very end, after Keanu Reeves’ Neo has accessed his full powers as The One and is telling the human race’s digital masters (on the other end of a payphone, natch), ​“I’m going to show them a world without you, a world without rules and controls, without borders or boundaries, a world where anything is possible. The moment we meet Dutch’s musclebound ​‘rescue-team’ on the red-lit interior of an attack-helicopter thundering over the Central American jungle practically bulges off the screen, however. Again encapsulating the brash, bellicose attitude of the American military ram-raiding tropical locations, Black Sabbath​’s Paranoid is the perfect accompaniment for the sheer madness of carpet-bombing Skull Island. And Van Halen’s groovy riff gives a good sense of place and time. It’s hard to imagine a better fit for the film’s allegories and the final shot’s momentum than Rage Against The Machine​’s seminal Wake Up. The moment Boston – and the Irish mob – were chosen, there was almost an inevitability that the Dropkick Murphys’ hard-hitting sounds would be deployed. He might be better known these days as a director of mega-budget comic book adaptations, but Zack Snyder actually cut his teeth with this deliciously vicious remake of George A. Romero’s 1978 zombie classic, granting his walking dead high-speed and dragging a then-dormant subgenre kicking and screaming into the 21st century. “We Gotta Get Out Of This Place”- The Animals. So if scores define a film, then a song can and does define a scene. greatest song in the world’ concept they’d coined with Tribute, Ghostemane: “I’m turning myself inside out: taking all the things that I’m feeling and wearing them on my body”, The Best Of 2020: The stories that mattered most to you this year. Why it’s so unforgettable? Aiden Mason January 23, 2016. After an almighty screening session, we’ve managed to whittle down our top 25, excluding cuts confined to soundtrack albums or played solely over the closing credits. Why it’s so unforgettable? Really scary. The best songs can set the mood, change the tone, anchor the intended time period or switch the momentum in all the time it takes to hit play. Note that we have excluded songs written specifically for the film and have instead selected scenes where the song … Snatching the barkeep’s shotgun and shades while sparing his life, the iconic outfit is complete and the irony strikes: this guy might be bad to the bone (or, rather, metal endoskeleton), but he’s also somehow this movie’s heroic underdog. Detailed listing of the music and songs featured in movie soundtracks. " Walking on Sunshine " is one of the ‘80s' most well-known, feel-good songs for movies. Here, Eric looks back over a year of personal and professional tribulation and triumph…. Ever since Francis Ford Coppola deployed Richard Wagner’s Ride Of The Valkyries to such iconic effect in Apocalypse Now, there has been a fashion for awesome musical moments involving swooping attack helicopters in the movies, from the aforementioned Predator right through this furry show-stopper. Adhering to an everything-cranked-to-11 mindset, Queens Of The Stone Age, Hatebreed and Drowning Pool also crop up on the soundtrack, but none make as much impact as Rammstein who appear as the movie sets out its stall in the opening scene, delivering a characteristically incendiary performance of signature tune Feuer Frei live in Prague. The Song: “10538 Overture” – Electric Light Orchestra. Played over the pre-final battle montage, The Runaways’ classic comes loaded with just the right balance of playfulness, attitude and incendiary promise. We’re picking the latter, because it got there first and the scenes of Will Ferrell bundling skateboarding slackers and creaky OAPs into a blacked-out van – not to mention almost giving a suburban housewife a heart-attack with his snarled ​“IF YOU TELL ANYONE ABOUT THIS I’M GOING TO FUCKING KILL YOU!” – still makes us chuckle to this very day. Here are ten of the best examples of movies with classic rock soundtracks. The awesome heavy metal riff being played with slow motion zombie deaths makes you wonder why don’t all zombie films have heavy metal music. The Song: “Livin’ Thing” – Electric Light Orchestra. Great Songs in Movies: “Black Betty” by Ram Jam in the Movie Blow. We can’t think of any better track to embody that scene’s – indeed, the whole film’s – blend of breathless nihilism, intoxicating heroin chic and defiant joie de vivre. Now, this ten is not a definitive list. For information concerning music from James Bond films see . Listen free to Movie Soundtrack All Stars – 50 Best Songs from 80's Movies (Ghostbusters (From "Ghostbusters"), Don't You (Forget About Me") [From "the Breakfast Club"] and more). It is rare for a song to have so much in common with a film, but not to have been written for it. Where we go from there is a choice I leave to you…” before taking flight like a trenchcoated Superman. Every scene of John McTiernan’s action sci-fi landmark is a work of testosterone-streaked art. ​“You met me at a very strange time in my life…” Having just discovered that the story’s chaotic antihero Tyler Durden is a figment of his own fractured imagination, and it’s he himself who’s masterminded Project Mayhem there’s an overwhelming release of chaos and catharsis as the credits roll. Well mainly because it doesn’t make sense towards the scene. All of them bring that intangible something – depth of feeling, real world connection, unwritten subtext – that simply cannot be sourced anywhere else. —David Fear Buy, rent or watch Blackboard Jungle From Simple Minds to Stevie Wonder, we present some of the best songs … In fairness, the sheer badassery of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s iconic T‑800 didn’t really need any emphasising at the outset of this mega-anticipated 1991 cyborg sequel, but just like everything else in the film it was gleefully overegged all the same.