Do you ever remember a movie so hard, not because it is good or bad, but because it has the best roll credit song? Well, some of these Redditors commend these movies for it!
Here are 11 movies with their best roll credit songs that remain unforgettable to those who hear them.
1. “Rage Against the Machine” by Wake Up (The Matrix)
One person commented, “'Rage Against The Machine', Wake Up, The Matrix.”
A second person replied, “Almost qualifies as Beetlejuicing.”
Another one added, “This is really the only answer.”
“First thing that came to mind. Absolutely perfect,” one Redditor added in agreement.
2. “What I’ve Done” by Linkin Park (Transformers)
“What I've Done” is a song by American rock band Linkin Park that was used as the main theme for the 2007 film Transformers. The song encapsulates themes of regret and redemption, aligning well with the narrative arc of the movie. Its memorable melody and powerful lyrics made it standout on the film's soundtrack, contributing to the overall cinematic experience.
3. “Into the West” by Annie Lennox (Lord of the Rings)
One user commented, “'Into the West' by Annie Lennox from Lord of the Rings: Return of the King. It was an original song written for the movie, but it won the Oscar that year for best original song, and it’s a beautiful vocal performance with a composition by Howard Shore.”
4. “My Way” by Sex Pistols (Goodfellas)
Not only is Goodfellas a great movie to watch, but it has one of the best roll credit songs too. “Certainly the Sex Pistols cover of ‘My Way’ at the end of Goodfellas has got to be one of the best. It exemplifies the life of excess (both good and bad) that was lived throughout the film without endorsing or criticizing it. Just a group of punks singing about a group of punks living like a group of punks. Perfect,” someone commented.
5. “Born Slippy” by Underworld (Trainspotting)
Somebody commented, “'Born Slippy' in Trainspotting is the best ever, I think. The way it meshes so perfectly with the last scene, the title, and the credits really transcends description.”
6. “When the Morning Comes” by Hall & Oates (Palm Springs)
One person stated, “At the end of Palm Springs ‘When the Morning Comes' by Hall and Oates comes on, and it’s such a great way to end it.”
7. “No Explanation” by Peter Cetera (Pretty Woman)
“No Explanation” is a song performed by Peter Cetera, included in the soundtrack of the 1990 film Pretty Woman. It is a romantic pop ballad that complements the love story between the film's main characters, portrayed by Julia Roberts and Richard Gere. The song, with its poignant lyrics and Cetera's emotive delivery, added depth to the film's romantic theme.
8. “Misery” by Soul Asylum (Clerks II)
“'Misery' by Soul Asylum in Clerks II,” somebody said.
“Misery” is a song by Soul Asylum that features on the soundtrack for the 2006 film Clerks II, directed by Kevin Smith. The song, originally released in 1995, is a grungy, alternative rock track that discusses themes of desolation and hardship, which align with the film's portrayal of its characters' struggles in mundane, everyday life. Its use in the film helps underscore the internal conflicts and personal issues the characters face.
9. “A Thousand Years” by Christina Perri (The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2)
Despite the film’s release in 2012, Twilight’s “A Thousand Years” remains popular today. The romantic ballad, with its lyrics about timeless love and waiting, reflects the deep and enduring love story between the film's protagonists, Bella Swan and Edward Cullen. The song's tender melody and poignant lyrics have made it synonymous with the final chapters of the Twilight Saga.
10. “The Hearts Filthy Lesson” by David Bowie (Se7en)
One Reddit user commented, “'The Hearts Filthy Lesson' by David Bowie at the end of Se7en.”
The track, with its industrial, avant-garde feel and disturbingly cryptic lyrics, matches the dark, grim atmosphere of the movie. It serves as a fitting coda to the film's exploration of the seven deadly sins and the depths of human depravity.
11. “All the Stars” by Kendrick Lamar (Black Panther)
“'All The Stars' in Black Panther (maybe because I like Kendrick Lamar),” one person said.
As part of the movie's official soundtrack, the song provides an emotional anchor to the narrative. Its powerful lyrics about struggle, destiny, and identity complement the movie's themes. The vibrant fusion of hip-hop, pop, and African influences in the song matches the film's celebration of African culture and heritage.
Have you listened any of the roll credit songs here? Well, what do you think about them? Let us know in the comments!
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