Music in Film – Part 1: One Band, One Sound

This is Part 1 of a new series where we will be showcasing moments in film where music really shines.   Whether it’s in films about bands/music, specific scenes, soundtracks, etc.  The two certainly compliment each other and we want to show you just how well.

Drumline takes the first spot in this series,  take a look at the last scene where the two rival colleges go head-to-head in an epic battle.  There is such skill and finesse in this scene you have to applaud the choreographer and the real musicians playing.   This is quality stuff here guys, you only wish you were this good in college.

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Adam Sandler – Somebody Kill Me

Adam Sandler’s best ever scene. Some will say it’s something from”Reign Over Me” or “Punch Drunk Love” but I don’t think he’s done anything that touches this since.

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Groove

This is what you get when you put a bunch of Funk legends on a stage.   Take in these introductions.

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Jim Carrey – Masterclass in Bloopers

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Jim Carrey – Masterclass in Singing

He was paid 20 million for this role and it was worth it. Who else could put on this performance?

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Jim Carrey – Masterclass in Acting

Has there ever been a better comedic actor?

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Mark Knopfler – Sultans of Swing

Not breaking any new ground or anything with this video as it has 60 million views but damn does Knopfler fucking shred on this one. Guy has such a unique guitar style, throwing in nice blues licks with chicken picking bluegrass. Every line he does during the song is perfect and he nails the solo.  Both of them.  But especially the second one. Best Jewish guitarist ever.

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