Mittwoch, 21. Februar 2007

Fletch (1985)

Fletch is a 1985 comedy film about a wisecracking investigative newspaper reporter, Irwin Fletcher (Chevy Chase, at the height of his popularity), who writes under the name of Jane Doe. The film was based on the popular Gregory Mcdonald novels and the screenplay was written by Andrew Bergman. The film was directed by Michael Ritchie and released by Universal Pictures in 1985. The theme song, "Bit by Bit" was sung by Stephanie Mills with music by Beverly Hills Cop composer Harold Faltermeyer. It was one of three films Chevy Chase starred in that year, alongside Spies Like Us and National Lampoon's European Vacation, which together garned over $155 million at the box office.

Since its release, Fletch has had a strong following of fans as well as having achieved cult status; it is considered to be one of Chase's best films.


01.Bit By Bit (Theme From Fletch) - Stephanie Mills

02.Fletch,Get Outta Town - Dan Hartman

03.Running For Love - John Farnham

04.Name Of The Game - Dan Hartman

05.Fletch Theme - Harold Faltermeyer

06.A Letter To Both Side - The Fixx

07.Is It Over - Kim Wilde

08.Diggin´In - Harold Faltermeyer

09.Exotic Scates - Harold Faltermeyer

10.Running For Love (Instrumental) - Harold Faltermeyer

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Top Gun (Score) (1986)

Top Gun is a 1986 American film directed by Tony Scott and produced by Don Simpson and Jerry Bruckheimer in association with Paramount Pictures. The screenplay was written by Jim Cash and Jack Epps Jr., and was inspired by an article written by Ehud Yonay for California Magazine entitled "Top Guns." The film stars Tom Cruise, Kelly McGillis, Anthony Edwards, Val Kilmer, Tom Skerritt, Michael Ironside, Tim Robbins, and Meg Ryan.

The film follows LT Pete 'Maverick' Mitchell, a young naval aviator who aspires to be a top fighter pilot in a prestigious naval school which trains the top 1% of all Naval Aviators. Maverick gets his chance to attend the school after one pilot drops out, allowing for him and his RIO (Radar Intercept Officer, the "back seater" in the two-man F-14) LTJG Nick 'Goose' Bradshaw to train with the best.

The film opened on May 16, 1986 to good reviews, the aerial scenes being most notably praised. The film accumulated over $350 million world-wide, and broke home-video sales records.


01.Top Gun Anthem (Film Version)

02.Opening Theme

03.MIG 28

04.Negative G Pushover/Cougars Landing

05.Still Awake/Can´t Sleep

06.Take My Breathe Away (Instrumental)

07.Whose Side Are You On /Never Again

08.Flat Spin

09.Goose´s Death/Goodbye Goose

10.New Mission

11.Top Gun Anthem

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The Wall (Bootleg) (1982)

Pink Floyd - The Wall is a 1982 MGM film by British director Alan Parker based on the 1979 Pink Floyd album The Wall. The screenplay was written by Pink Floyd vocalist and bassist Roger Waters. Though Waters initially considered himself for the lead role, the film ultimately starred Bob Geldof, whose character Pink was loosely based on the biographies of both Waters and former Pink Floyd vocalist and guitarist Syd Barrett, both of whom were founding members of the band. The film also stars Kevin McKeon as the young Pink, and includes brief appearances by Bob Hoskins and Joanne Whalley.

The film is highly metaphorical and is rich in symbolic imagery and sound. It features virtually no dialogue and a non-linear storyline which is progressed entirely through Pink Floyd's lyrical music. Some consider it to be a long music video for the entire album. The only songs from the album not used in the film are Hey You (although material using the song was filmed and the raw footage was first made available on the DVD release as a deleted scene), The Show Must Go On, and Is There Anybody Out There?

The film is scattered throughout with fifteen minutes of elaborate animation sequences by the political cartoonist and illustrator Gerald Scarfe, who played a central role in developing the overall aesthetic of the production. The animation sequences include a bold and nightmarish vision of war, specifically of the German bombing campaign over England during World War II, set to the song "Goodbye Blue Sky".

Roger Waters has expressed dissatisfaction with the final product of the film, and is reported to have been philosophically at odds with director Alan Parker during filming, who himself walked out of the project on multiple occasions due to the conflict. In a 1988 interview on Australian radio, Waters said: "I was a bit disappointed with it in the end, because at the end of the day I felt no sympathy at all with the lead character... and I found it was so unremitting in its onslaught upon the senses, that... it didn't actually give me... as an audience, a chance to get involved with it." [1] Despite Waters' dissatisfaction, the film is considered by many fans to be a worthy interpretation of Pink Floyd's album, and a powerful work of cinema in its own right.

David Gilmour stated that the making of the film was where the feud between him and Waters started. Gilmour also stated on the documentary Behind The Wall (which was aired on BBC TV and VH1 in the US) that "the movie was the less successful telling of The Wall story as opposed to the album and concert versions".

Sorry,No Tracklist.26 Tracks.

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Dienstag, 20. Februar 2007

Bill & Ted´s Excellent Adventure (1989)

Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure (1989) is a comedy/science fiction film based on the idea of time travel. It is also a prime example of a buddy film.

The film was released by Nelson Entertainment and Orion Pictures, written by Chris Matheson and Ed Solomon and directed by Stephen Herek. It stars Alex Winter as Bill S. Preston, Esq., Keanu Reeves as Ted "Theodore" Logan, and George Carlin as the mystical Rufus. (See cast list for the "personages of historical significance.") A motif in the film is the reliance of the two upon rock lyrics for philosophical and practical guidance.

The film was made in 1987, but due to the bankruptcy of the film's original distributor, the De Laurentiis Entertainment Group, the project was not released theatrically until 1989. As a partial result of the delay, certain dates in the movie originally scripted as "1987" had to be redubbed as "1988". The copyright date of this movie is 1988 and the same date appears on the DVD cover.

The film's taglines ("Be Excellent to Each Other" and "Party On, Dudes!"), as well as other California slang phrases, enjoyed a brief surge in popularity in the U.S. following the film's release. The film's "no way"/"yes way" exchanges received new life in 1992's Wayne's World, though shortened to "no way"/"way."

It was followed in 1991 by a sequel, Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey.

In 2000, readers of Total Film magazine voted Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure the 50th greatest comedy film of all time.

This film is number 24 on Bravo's "100 Funniest Movies".


01.Play With Me - Extreme

02.The Boys And Girls Are Doing It - Vital Signs

03.Not So Far Away - Glen Burtnick

04.Dancing With A Gypsy - Tora Tora

05.Father Time - Shark Island

06.I Can´t Break Away - Big Pig

07.Dangerous - Shark Island

08.Walk Away - Bricklin

09.In Time - Robbie Robb

10.Two Hands Are Better Than One - Power Tool

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Psycho II (1983)

Psycho II is a 1983 sequel to Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho. It stars Anthony Perkins, Vera Miles, Robert Loggia and Meg Tilly. The film was directed by Richard Franklin. The original music score was composed by Jerry Goldsmith. The film is marketed with the tagline It's 22 years later, and Norman Bates is coming home.

It is unrelated to the 1982 novel Psycho II by Robert Bloch which he wrote as a sequel to his original novel Psycho.

The film did well financially (leading to two further sequels) and moderately well critically, several critics[1] noting that the film worked hard to sustain the suspenseful atmosphere of the original. Inevitably it was seen to lack the unique Hitchcock touch, with the plot weakened by the contrivance of setting up further sequels.


01.The Murder

02.Main Title

03.Don´t Take Me

04.Mother´s Room

05.It´s Not Your Mother

06.New Furniture

07.The Cellar

08.Blood Bath

09.End Title

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St.Elmos Fire (1985) (Request by Jamie & Blofeld´s Cat)

St. Elmo's Fire, released in 1985, was one of the defining movies of the 1980s brat pack genre. Its major stars, slick editing and production and its soundtrack made it a financial (although not a critical) success.

This coming-of-age film revolves around a group of friends that have just graduated from Georgetown University and their adjustment to their post-university lives, the quarter-life crisis, and the responsibilities of encroaching adulthood.


01.St.Elmos Fire (Man In Motion) - John Parr

02.Shake Down - Billy Squier

03.Young And Innocent - Elefante

04.This Time It Was Really Right - John Anderson

05.Save My Life - Fee Waybill

06.Love Theme From St.Elmos Fire (Instrumental) - David Foster

07.If I Turn You Away - Vikki Moss

08.Stressed Out (Close To The Edge) - Airplay

09.Georgetown - David Foster

10.Love Theme From St.Elmos Fire (For Just A Moment) - David Foster

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Samstag, 17. Februar 2007

Lethal Weapon (1987)

Lethal Weapon is the first of a series of American movies that were released in 1987, 1989, 1992, and 1998, all starring Mel Gibson and Danny Glover as a mismatched pair of Los Angeles police officers. These movies fall into the action-comedy genre, and are generally considered to typify the "Buddy Cop" plot device.

The story begins in December of 1986 with the apparent suicide of Amanda Hunsaker (Jackie Swanson), the daughter of Michael Hunsacker (Tom Atkins), who is an old friend and former army buddy of LAPD Detective-Sergeant Roger Murtaugh. A veteran cop of 20 years, Roger Murtaugh gets stuck with a new partner on his 50th birthday. That partner is 37-year-old Detective-Sergeant Martin Riggs, whose wife (26) was killed in a car accident two years earlier (it is later revealed, in Weapon 2, that she was killed by Vorstedt in an attempt on his life.) As a result, Riggs is considering suicide, has become a borderline alcoholic, and has become so reckless and violent in his law-enforcement methods that he is considered a "lethal weapon". Sergeant Murtaugh is not happy about having a partner 'on the ragged edge' and 'with a death wish', but is soon indebted to his new partner for saving his life.

While investigating Amanda Hunsacker's death, the two uncover a heroin-smuggling operation organized by Vietnam War veteran special forces troops, known as 'Shadow Company', through their war-era CIA contacts in Air America - a front company used for drug smuggling from the Golden Triangle. The scheme is masterminded by the evil, ruthless General Peter McAllister (Mitchell Ryan) - the former commander of Shadow Company - and his malevolent right-hand man, Mr. Joshua (Gary Busey). Murtaugh and Riggs - both Vietnam War veterans - discover that Michael Hunsacker was "laundering" the profits through his bank, and McAllister engineered the murder of Amanda Hunsacker to keep Michael from confessing all he knows about the heroin-smuggling ring; shortly after the pair confront Michael Hunsacker, Mr. Joshua makes a surprise appearance in a helicopter and kills him.

As Riggs and Murtaugh discover more about Shadow Company's network, the increasingly violent members of Shadow Company kidnap Murtaugh's daughter Rianne to pressure him to reveal everything Michael Hunsacker had told him. Riggs, though initially captured by McAllister, frees himself and then liberates both Murtaugh and Rianne. The pair then attack Shadow Company and shoot down most of its members; McAllister perishes in a car explosion (along with his shipment of heroin) and both Riggs and Murtaugh shoot Mr. Joshua after Riggs beats him in unarmed combat on Murtaugh's front lawn.

Murtaugh and Riggs are now solid friends, and Riggs spends Christmas Day at the Murtaugh home with Roger's family; Riggs brings his dog Sam to be a friend to the Murtaugh family cat, Burbank, and gives Murtaugh a symbolic gift; an unfired 9mm hollow point bullet Riggs had been saving to commit suicide with.


01.Lethal Weapon - Honeymoon Suite


03.Meet Martin Riggs


05.Coke Deal


07.They Got My Daughter

08.The Desert


10.The Weapon

(Instrumental Score By Michael Kamen & Eric Clapton)

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The Idolmaker (1980) (Thanks To Anonym)

The Idolmaker is a 1980 drama film starring Peter Gallagher, Maureen McCormick and Deney Terrio. It was directed by Taylor Hackford and written by Edward Di Lorenzo.
Vincent Vaccardi (Ray Sharkey) has talent and drive, but in the singing world of 1959, he knows he has to have looks too. Determined to find success for his songs, he latches on to a local performer and shapes his image into Tommy Dee (Paul Land), who's suddenly an overnight sensation. As his own power and income increase, Vinnie doesn't realize he's lost his focus on the work and is becoming a feral, driven taskmaster. When Tommy starts to agitate for bigger things, Vinnie realizes he'd better have more than one trick up his sleeve. He finds another fresh face (an unbelievably young Peter Gallagher), whom he transforms from Guido the busboy into Caesare--a reclusive, mysterious singing sensation. Vinnie's formula is on the money, and Caesare is catapulted to fame as well, but Vinnie finally begins to see that he may have left something important behind, and that he's not the only one who might have to pay for it. Director Taylor Hackford's THE IDOLMAKER is a brutal exploration of the creation, manipulation, and destruction of teen idols and their audience in the late 1950s and early 1960s.

01.Here Is My Love - Jesse Frederick
02.Ooh-Wee Baby - Darlene Love
03.Come And Get It - Nino Tempo
04.Sweet Little Lover - Jesse Frederick
05.I Can´t Tell - Coleen Fitzpatrick
06.However Dark The Night - Peter Gallagher
07.Baby - Peter Gallagher
08.I Know Where You´re Goin´- Nino Tempo
09.A Boy And A Girl - The Sweet Inspiration And The London Fog
10.I Believe It Can Be Done - Ray Sharkey
11.I Believe It Can Be Done - Nino Tempo

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Freitag, 16. Februar 2007

The Karate Kid,Part II (1986)

The Karate Kid,Part II (1986) is a Hollywood adventure-drama movie and is a sequel to The Karate Kid. Both Ralph Macchio and Pat Morita, formerly of Happy Days fame, respectively reprise their roles of Daniel LaRusso and Mr. Miyagi.

Filming locations include the island of Oahu, in Hawaii, USA.

At the 1987 ASCAP Awards, Bill Conti won Top Box Office Films for the original music, which was released on United Artists Records.

Part II begins where the first movie ends off, when Mr. Miyagi confronts evil martial arts teacher John Kreese (Martin Kove), who is loudly berating his student (and Daniel's former nemesis) Johnny for finishing second in the All Valley tournament. When Kreese breaks Johnny's second place trophy, Miyagi has seen enough. After a short brawl that mostly involves Miyagi dodging blows and Kreese punching the car behind him, Miyagi defeats Kreese, humiliates him (by eschewing a fatal strike in favor of honking Kreese's nose) and then watches as all of Kreese's students, including Johnny, dump their dojo uniforms and belts and walk away, departing from Kreese's dojo and his sadistic form of martial arts. Miyagi then explains to his protégé that being unable to forgive one's enemies is a fate worse than death itself.

Six months later, Miyagi and Daniel travel to Okinawa to visit Miyagi's dying father and martial arts teacher. They are confronted by his old nemesis Sato (Danny Kamekona), whom Miyagi fled Okinawa years ago in order to avoid a fight to the death with, Sato's rebellious nephew Chozen (Yuji Okumoto), Miyagi's ex-girlfriend Yukie (Nobu McCarthy) and her niece Kumiko (Tamlyn Tomita).

As Miyagi and Yukie re-kindle their old bonds (after fleeing to the USA Miyagi had thought that Yukie had married Sato, but she actually preferred to remain single the rest of her life than doing so), Daniel learns more about Japanese culture with Kumiko's help and falls for her. Later, he has to protect Miyagi's honor and the life of Kumiko and a little farmer girl in a fight to the death with an humiliated Chozen, who has been disowned by Sato after he and Miyagi made amends thanks to Daniel.

Daniel and Chozen fight in a water-surrounded center, and Chozen seems to be getting the upper hand and even Daniel's Crane Kick is no match for him. However, Daniel defeats Chozen with multiple strikes to the face, and then spares Chozen's life in the same way that Miyagi spared Kreese's life at the beginning of the film.


01.The Glory Of Love - Peter Cetera

02.Rock´n´Roll Over You - The Moody Blues

03.Fish For Life - Mancrap

04.Rock Around The Clock - Paul Rodgers

05.Let Me At ´Em - Southside Johnny

06.This Is The Time - Dennis DeYoung

07.Earth Angel - New Edition

08.Love Theme From The Karate Kid,Part II - Bill Conti

09.Two Looking At One - Carly Simon

10.Storm - Bill Conti

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Outland (1981)

Outland is a 1981 science fiction movie starring Sean Connery. It has been described as space western, that is, a Western set in the future, with a specific nod towards High Noon. Connery's character is the federal marshal of a mining colony on Io, a moon of Jupiter, rather than in the Wild West.
The manager of the colony (Peter Boyle) is part of a drug smuggling ring that brings a drug called Polydichloric Euthimal, an amphetamine into the colony in order to maintain high production levels. Unfortunately, with sustained use over a period of time, the drug causes hallucinations and psychotic behavior. After several miners experience hallucinations and die in mishaps, the marshal (Connery) investigates and uncovers the smuggling ring. The marshal confronts the manager to stop the drug shipments, but the manager says that nobody else wants the drug shipments to be stopped. The manager contacts his smuggling ring and several assassins are sent to the station to murder the marshal. With the sole help of the station doctor (Frances Sternhagen), the marshal evades the assassins through a desperate kill-or-be-killed chase throughout the colony.

01.The Mine
02.Early Arrival
03.The Message
04.The Airlock
05.Hot Water
06.The Hunted
08.The Rec Room
09.The Hostage
10.Final Message

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Transformers - The Movie (1986)

The Transformers: The Movie is an animated feature film based on the popular animated television series The Transformers. It was released in North America on August 8, 1986, and in Japan on August 9, 1989 (although early promotional materials titled Transformers the Movie: Apocalypse! Matrix Forever [1] had promised a Summer 1987 Japanese release).

The film was directed by Nelson Shin, who produced the original Transformers television series, and features the voices of Eric Idle, Judd Nelson, Orson Welles (in his final role), Leonard Nimoy, Casey Kasem, Robert Stack, John Moschitta, Peter Cullen, and Frank Welker. It was also movie and TV legend Scatman Crothers' final role.

The story takes place 20 years subsequent to events of the TV series' second season and serves to bridge into the third season. Set to a hard-driving rock music soundtrack, the movie has a decidedly darker tone than the television series, with detailed visuals in Toei's typical animated feature film styling, and Decepticon villains are more menacing, killing without hesitation. The film features several grand battles in which a handful of major characters meet their end. The film’s tagline was: "Beyond Good. Beyond Evil. Beyond Your Wildest Imagination."


01.The Touch - Stan Bush

02.Instruments Of Destruction - N.R.G.

03.Death Of Optimus Prime - Vince DiCola

04.Dare - Stan Bush

05.Nothin´s Gonna Stand In Our Way - Spectre General

06.The Transformers (Theme) - Lion

07.Escape - Vince DiCola

08.Hunger - Spectre General

09.Autobot/Decepticon Battle - Vince DiColla

10.Dare To Be Stupid - Weird Al Yankovic

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Mittwoch, 14. Februar 2007

Tequila Sunrise (1988)

Tequila Sunrise is a 1988 movie written and directed by Oscar-winner Robert Towne. It stars Mel Gibson, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Kurt Russell. The supporting cast includes Raul Julia, J.T. Walsh, Arliss Howard, Arye Gross, and Gabriel Damon.

Damon was nominated for the "Best Young Actor Supporting Role in a Motion Picture" Young Artist Award, and cinematographer Conrad L. Hall won an American Society of Cinematographers award for "Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Theatrical Releases".


01.Surrender To Me - Ann Wilson & Robin Zander

02.Do You Believe In Shame? - Duran Duran

03.Recurring Dream - Crowded House

04.Give A Little Love - Ziggy Marley & The Melody Makers

05.Don´t Worry Baby - The Everly Brothers & The Beach Boys

06.Dead On The Money - Andy Taylor

07.Unsubstantiated - The Church

08.Beyond The Sea - Bobby Darin

09.Tequila Dreams - Dave Grusin feat.Lee Ritenour

10.Jo Ann´s Song - Dave Grusin feat.David Sanborn

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Light Of Day (1987)

Light of Day is a 1987 drama film starring Michael J. Fox, Gena Rowlands, Joan Jett and Michael McKean. It was written and directed by Paul Schrader. The original music score was composed by Thomas Newman. The film was marketed with the tagline "When your family is closing in, music may be the only way out."
Fox and Jett play a brother and sister who are lead performers in a rock band in Cleveland, Ohio. The sister, Patti Rasnick, is an unmarried mother and has a troubled relationship with her own mother, who is deeply religious. Estranged from her parents and struggling to make ends meet, Patti decides to dive headlong into a carefree rock music lifestyle. The brother, Joe Rasnick, pulls away from rock music to provide some stability for her tiny son. It takes a family crisis to bring Patti back home and force her to face the prickly past with her mother.

01.Light Of Day - Joan Jett & The Blackhearts
02.This Means War - Joan Jett & The Blackhearts
03.Twist It Off - The Fabulous Thunderbirds
04.Cleveland Rocks - Ian Hunter
05.Stay With Me Tonight - Dave Edmunds
06.It´s All Coming Down Tonight - Joan Jett & The Blackhearts
07.Rude Mood - Joan Jett & The Blackhearts
08.Only Lonely - Bon Jovi
09.Rabbit´s Got The Gun - Joan Jett & The Hunzz
10.You Got No Place To Go - Michael J.Fox
11.Elegy (Instrumental) - Rick Cox,Chas Smith,John C.Clark,Michael Boddicker

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Less Than Zero (1987)

Lees than Zero is a 1987 film based on the novel of the same name by Bret Easton Ellis. It stars Andrew McCarthy, Jami Gertz, Robert Downey Jr., and James Spader. It has been rated R by the MPAA.
Clay (McCarthy) is a college freshman who returns home to Los Angeles, California, for Christmas, and finds things to be a bit of a mess. His ex-girlfriend Blair (Gertz) has been having sex with his high school friend, the drug-addicted Julian (Downey), who is being hassled by his dealer, Rip (Spader), for the $50,000 he owes. What follows is Clay's effort to help clean up Julian. The movie presents a look at the culture of wealthy youth in Los Angeles and has a strong anti-drug message, something that never existed in the novel.

01.Rocking Pneumonia And The Boogie Woogie Flu - Aerosmith
02.Life Fades Away - Roy Orbison
03.Rock And Roll All Nite - Poison
04.Going Back To Cali - LL Cool J
05.You & Me (Less Than Zero) - Glen Danzig & The Power And Fury Orchestra
06.In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida - Slayer
07.Bring The Noise - Public Enemy
08.Are You My Woman? - The Black Flames
09.She´s Lost You - Joan Jett & The Blackhearts
10.How To Love Again - Oran Juice Jones & Alyson Williams
11.Hazy Shade Of Winter - The Bangles

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Montag, 12. Februar 2007

The Neverending Story (1984) (Request by Joseph)

The Neverending Story (original German title Die Unendliche Geschichte) is the 1984 film adaptation of the German fantasy novel by Michael Ende. The Germany-US co-production was directed by Wolfgang Petersen and starred Barret Oliver as Bastian Balthazar Bux (named only "Bastian Bux" in the movie), Noah Hathaway as Atreyu, and Tami Stronach as The Childlike Empress. This film adaptation only covered the first half of the book. The majority of the movie was filmed in Germany, except for Barret Oliver's scenes, which were shot in Canada. It was Germany's highest budgeted film of the time. The novel's author, Michael Ende, felt that this adaptation's content deviated so far from his book that he requested they either halt production or change the name; when they did neither, he sued them and subsequently lost the case.[1] He did succeed in having his name removed from the opening credits, although his name does appear in the closing. Music for the movie was composed by Klaus Doldinger of the German jazz group Passport. The theme song to the American version of the film was composed by Giorgio Moroder with lyrics by Keith Forsey, and performed by Limahl, the fired lead singer of Kajagoogoo. This song, along with other "techno-pop" treatments to the soundtrack are not present in the German version of the film, which features Doldinger's score exclusively.

01.Neverending Story - Limahl
02.Swamps Of Sadness
03.Ivory Tower
04.Ruined Landscape
05.Sleepy Dragon
06.Bastian´s Happy Flight
08.Atreju´s Quest
09.Theme Of Sadness
10.Atreju Meets Falkor
11.Mirrorgate-Southern Oracle
14.The Auryn
15.Happy Flight

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Hard To Hold (1984)

About The Movie:
In Hard to Hold, pop singer Rick Springfield is cast as an immensely successful recording artist named James Roberts. As a result of a fender-bender accident, Roberts meets and falls in love with child psychologist Diana Lawson (Janet Eilber), who is not the least bit impressed with James' wealth or fame. He spends the rest of the picture following Diana all over San Francisco, much to the discomfort of his lovelorn writing partner Nicky Nides (Patti Hanson).

01.Love Somebody - Rick Springfield
02.Don´t Walk Away - Rick Springfield
03.Bob ´Til You Drop - Rick Springfield
04.Taxi Dancing - Rick Springfield & Randy Crawford
05.S.F.O. (Instrumental) - Rick Springfield
06.Stand Up - Rick Springfield
07.When The Lights Go Down - Graham Parker
08.The Great Lost Art Of Conversation - Rick Springfiel
09.Heart Of A Woman - Nona Hendryx
10.I Go Swimming - Peter Gabriel

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Cobra (1986)

About The Movie:
Cobra is a 1986 action movie directed by George Pan Cosmatos, starring Sylvester Stallone, Reni Santoni and Brigitte Nielsen.

The movie was loosely based on a novel Fair Game by Paula Gosling, which was also filmed under that title in 1995; it also arose out of Stallone's original ideas for the film Beverly Hills Cop. He had wanted to make a less comedic, more action-oriented film. When he left that project, Eddie Murphy was brought in to play the lead role.

The film was a modest hit at the box office, but was widely panned by critics for its cartoonish violence and cliched plot. The tagline on the movie poster was "Crime is a disease... meet the cure". Some critics mocked this as "Stallone is a disease... acting lessons are the cure" or "Cobra is a disease... there is no cure."


01.Voice Of America´s Sons - John Cafferty & The Beaver Brown Band

02.Feel The Heat - Jean Beauvoir

03.Loving On Borrowed Time - Gladys Knight & Bill Medley

04.Skyline - Sylvester Levay

05.Hold On To Your Vision - Gary Wright

06.Suave - Miami Sound Machine

07.Cobra - Sylvester Levay

08.Angel Of The City - Robert Tepper

09.Chase - Sylvester Levay

10.Two Into One - Bill Medley & Carmen Twillie

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Fright Night (1985)

About The Movie:
Charley Brewster (William Ragsdale) is a teenage fan of horror movies. He discovers that his next-door neighbor, Jerry Dandridge (Chris Sarandon), is a vampire, but nobody will believe him. He turns to his hero, Peter Vincent (Roddy McDowall), the host of a late-night horror show on TV. Vincent pretends to go along with Charley's scheme, confident that the boy is delusional, and gets the shock of his life when he inadvertently realizes that Charley is telling the truth. When Charley's girlfriend, Amy Peterson (Amanda Bearse), and friend, "Evil Ed" (Stephen Geoffreys), become involved, the situation turns critical.

01.Fright Night - J.Geils Band
02.You Can´t Hide From The Beast Inside - Autograph
03.Good Man In A Bad Time - Ian Hunter
04.Rock Myself To Sleep - April Wine
05.Let´s Talk - Devo
06.Armies Of The Night - Sparks
07.Give It Up - Eveline Champagne King
08.Save Me Tonight - White Sister
09.Bobbin´Tonight - Fabulous Fountains
10.Come To Me - Brad Fiedel

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Freitag, 9. Februar 2007

Labyrinth (1986)

About The Movie:
Labyrinth is a 1986 fantasy film directed by Jim Henson, produced by George Lucas, and designed through the art of Brian Froud and Henson, with screenwriting by Henson, children's author Dennis Lee, and Monty Python alumnus Terry Jones. A novelization was written by A. C. H. Smith. The human leads are David Bowie as Jareth the Goblin King, and a teenage Jennifer Connelly as Sarah Williams. The plot revolves around Sarah's quest to rescue her little brother from the Goblin King, while trapped in a world that is an enormous fantasy maze. Most of the other significant roles are played by puppets or by a combination of puppetry and human performance. It was shot on location in New York and at Elstree Studios in the UK. It was the last feature film directed by Henson before his death in 1990.

01.Opening Titles (Incl.Underground) - David Bowie
02.Into The Labyrinth - Trevor Jones
03.Magic Dance - David Bowie
04.Sarah - Trevor Jones
05.Chilly Down - David Bowie
06.Hallucination - Trevor Jones
07.As The World Falls Down - David Bowie
08.The Goblin Battle - Trevor Jones
09.Within You - David Bowie
10.Thirteen O´Clock - Trevor Jones
11.Home At Last - Trevor Jones
12.Underground - David Bowie

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Scarface (1983)

About The Movie:
Scarface is a 1983 motion picture remake of the 1932 Howard Hawks gangster film directed by Brian De Palma, written by Oliver Stone and starring Al Pacino as Tony Montana, a fictional Cuban refugee who comes to Florida in 1980 as a result of the Mariel Boatlift.

Tony becomes a gangster against the backdrop of the 1980s cocaine boom. The film chronicles his rise to the top of Miami's criminal underworld and subsequent downfall. The film is loosely based on the 1932 fictionalized Al Capone biopic, Scarface.

Although initially released to little fanfare, and the target of harsh reviews, Scarface has more recently re-emerged as a celebrated film and fixture in pop culture, particularly within the world of hip-hop. It developed a phenomenal cult following and is today one the most celebrated films of all time.


01.Scarface (Push It To The Limit) - Paul Engemann

02.Rush Rush - Debbie Harry

03.Turn Out The Light - Amy Holland

04.Vamos A Bailar - Maria Conchita

05.Tony´s Theme - Giorgio Moroder

06.She´s On Fire - Amy Holland

07.Shake It Up - Elizabeth Daily

08.Dance Dance Dance - Beth Andersen

09.I´m Hot Tonight - Elizabeth Daily

10.Gina And Elvira´s Theme - Giorgio Moroder

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The Cannonball Run (1981)

About The Movie:

Race teams have gathered in Connecticut to start their cross-country race. One at a time, teams drive up to the starters' stand, punch a time card to indicate their time of departure, then take off. Among the teams are J.J. McClure (Burt Reynolds) and Victor Prinzi (Dom DeLuise) , driving a souped up but otherwise authentic Dodge Tradesman ambulance; Blake and Fenderbaum (Dean Martin and Sammy Davis, Jr. respectively), dressed as priests driving a red Ferrari; Jill and Marcie, two attractive women driving a Lamborghini Countach; Jackie Chan and Michael Hui as drivers of a high-tech, computer-laden Subaru with a rocket engine; and Roger Moore (playing a character named "Seymour Goldfarb, Jr." (heir to the 'Goldfarb Girdle Family Fortune" who thinks that he is actor Roger Moore).

At the starting line, observing from the shadows, is Mr. Arthur J. (as in "AJ") Foyt, a representative of an unnamed U.S. federal agency, who is trying to stop the race because of its environmental effects and safety issues. In the car with him is Pamela Glover.

Shortly after they leave the starting line, J.J. and Victor (driving their ambulance) come across Foyt and Glover, who have been involved in a minor fender-bender. Glover implores J.J. and Victor to help, but when they tell Foyt to enter the ambulance through the back door, they kidnap Glover and take off without him.

As the race progresses, various teams are shown either evading law enforcement (the Subaru team are able to turn off their headlights for racing at night) or talking their way out of tickets (Jill and Marcie use sex appeal by unzipping their race suits to display copious amounts of cleavage). Similarly, the ambulance is pulled over by Connecticut state troopers; Dr. Van Helsing drugs Glover (by now being referred to as "Beauty"), and J.J. and Victor are able to convince the troopers that they're rushing "the Senator's daughter" to U.C.L.A. for medical treatment. And Roger Moore is frequently shown evading police by using various James Bond-type gadgets (such as oil slicks, smoke screens, etc.) installed in his Aston-Martin.

In Missouri, Fenderbaum and Blake are able to convince Victor to pull over their ambulance in order to bless the patient on board. While Blake carries out the blessing, Fenderbaum lets the air out of the ambulance's tires.

Later, as the ambulance pulls out of a gas station, the Ferrari comes screaming in behind it; in a fit of revenge, J.J. convinces a nearby police officer that the two men dressed as priests are actually sex perverts who are responsible for the flashing victim in the ambulance.

Meanwhile, Foyt, with the help of his government agency, is able to set up a roadblock and catch several teams (though none of the "major" teams featured in the movie).

Similar scenes continue to build up to the conclusion of the movie. The remaining teams find themselves stopped on a desert highway, next to a roadside market, waiting for construction work to clear the road ahead of them. While waiting, a biker gang shows up and begins harassing the Asian family who run the market. The Subaru team go to help the family (naturally, Jackie Chan puts his martial arts skills to work) and the remaining teams join in the massive fight. In the middle of the fight, the construction crew announces that the road is open, and the teams sprint back to their cars for the final race to the finish.

The ambulance begins falling behind the rest of the pack, until Victor changes into his super-hero alter-ego Captain Chaos. The vehicles all arrive at the finish line's parking lot at the same time, and it's a foot race to the finish line. (Why it's so important to be first to the clock when everyone clocked out at different times is left unexplained.) In the sprint, J.J. hands off his team's time card to Victor, then ambushes the remaining racers, leaving only Victor and one of the Lamborghini women. Just when it appears Victor will reach the time clock first, a scream rings out, and a spectator shouts that her "baby" has fallen into the water. Victor, still in his Captain Chaos persona, quits the race and rushes to save the baby (later revealed to be the woman's dog), allowing Marcie to clock in first.


01.Cannonball - Ray Stevens

02.Here Comes Da Sheik - Al Capps

03.T-T-Turn Left - Al Capps

04.Hong Kong - Al Capps

05.Moore On The Scene - Al Capps

06.Love Is On The Air - Lou Rawls

07.Beauty´s Theme - Al Capps

08.If And When - Lou Rawls

09.Just For The Hell Of It - Ray Stevens

10.Moore Of The Same - Al Capps

11.The Cannonball Run - Chuck Mangione

12.Captain Chaos Strikes - Al Capps

13.You´ve Gotta Have A Dream (End Title) - California Children´s Chorus

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Montag, 5. Februar 2007

presenting the lovely blog of Jenny

this is no soundtrackmusic.i will here introduce the site of jenny.
she had some beautiful poems,wonderful pictures and marvelous music.
please take a look and leave a comment for her.
thank you

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Sonntag, 4. Februar 2007

Two Of A Kind (1983)

About The Movie:

Two Of A Kind Is A 1983 movie starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John.

The film has Travolta as an inventor and Newton-John as a bank teller. It is up to both criminally-minded individuals to save the Earth from God's destruction.

This film was the pop singer Newton-John's third attempt at a big budget movie, but which turned out to be an even bigger bomb than her previous Xanadu. This film also marked the start of a huge downturn in Travolta's movie career, which wouldn't rebound until 1994 with his starring role in Pulp Fiction. This film was the antithesis of Travolta's and Newton-John's previous film together, Grease, one of the biggest box office successes in movie history.


01.Twist Of Fate - Olivia Newton John

02.Take A Chance - Olivia Newton John & John Travolta

03.It´s Gonna Be Special - Patti Austin

04.Catch 22 (2 Steps Forward,2 Steps Back) - Steve Kipner

05.Shaking You - Olivia Newton John

06.(Livin´In) Desperate Times - Olivia Newton John

07.The Perfect One - Boz Scaggs

08.Ask The Lonely - Journey

09.Prima Donna - Chicago

10.Night Music - David Foster

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Streets Of Fire (1984)

About The Movie:
Streets Of Fire is a film that was directed by Walter Hill, and co-written by Hill and Larry Gross in the fall and winter of 1983. It was described in the previews, trailers, and posters as "A Rock & Roll Fable." It's an unusual mix of part musical, part drama and part comedy with a setting that is both retro 1950's and the 1980's.

The film stars Michael Paré, Diane Lane, Rick Moranis, Amy Madigan, E.G. Daily, and Willem Dafoe, and includes cameos by many then unknown stars of stage and screen. The film was produced by Universal Pictures for a summer release but financially was a box office flop.

In recent years this movie has achieved cult status. It has MTV-like visuals and editing techniques, a soundtrack of a variety of many different types of established musical artists and genres (blues to rockabilly to even some pop), and the acting is top-notch with a cohesive storyline and is simply fun to watch.


01.Nowhere Fast - Fire Inc

02.Sorcerer - Marilyn Martin

03.Deeper And Deeper - The Fixx

04.Countdown To Love - Greg Phillinganes

05.On Bad Stud - The Blasters

06.Tonight Is What It Means To Be Young - Fire Inc

07.Never Be You - Maria McKee

08.I Can Dream About You - Dan Hartman

09.Hold That Snake - Ry Cooder

10.Blue Shadows - The Blasters

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Eddie & The Cruisers:The Unreleased Tapes

Again From My Favourite Movies.
These Are Songs Who Never Made It On The 2 OSTs.
Again With Music By John Cafferty (I Love His Music).


01.Rock´n´Roll Dialogue
02.On The Dark Side
03.Fool And His Money
04.NYC Song (Instrumental With Dialogue)
05.College Rap
06.Down On My Knees
07.Just A Matter Of Time (Instrumental With Dialogue)
08.Heat Of The Night
09.Sleep Walk
10.Chain Reaction
11.Eddie´s Confession
12.When The World Was Young

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Donnerstag, 1. Februar 2007

Eddie & The Cruisers 2:Eddie Lives! (1989)

This Is The Sequel To One Of My Favourite Movies Of The 80s.
Again With Music From John Cafferty.If You Want More Music From Him,Tell Me!

About The Movie:

This sequel to the rock & roll mystery Eddie and the Cruisers explains many of the questions concerning the mysterious death of 1960s rocker Eddie Wilson, who with his Cruisers was celebrating the success of their first album when he got in a terrible car wreck, from which his body was never recovered. Also missing were the masters from the group's upcoming second album. This story begins 25-years later as Eddie Wilson is found living in Montreal under an assumed name. At this time, the masters from the second album are finally released and suddenly the whole continent is caught up in a resurgence of "Eddiemania." This inspires Wilson, who continues to use an alias, to form a new band and hit the road. Once again, his music is provided by John Cafferty and the Beaver Brown Band.


01.Runnin´Thru The Fire
02.Just A Matter Of Time
03.Open Road
05.Emotional Storm
06.Pride & Passion
07.Garden Of Eden
08.NYC Song
09.Some Like It Hot
10.(Keep My Love) Alive

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