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Since: 20.1.02
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This can apply to either the song that starts once the credits start to roll, or any song thereafter.

Myself I've been enjoying the ending of X-Files: Fight The Future. The song is 'Teotihuacan' by Noel Gallagher, which is an instrumental piano number with a slow beat. Quite catchy and I've been finding myself walking to it with my I-Pod.

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Pearl Jam's "Man of the Hour" from Big Fish.



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Annie Lennox's "Into The West" from The Return of The King.



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Are you kidding?

"Hearts on Fire" by John Cafferty at the end of Rocky IV... of course!
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GnR's version of "Sympathy for the Devil" at the end of "Interview with a Vampire".



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Where Ever Would I Be Without You - Dusty Springfield and John Oates...it followed WHILE YOU WERE SLEEPING. It was the perfect song to end the movie.



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    Originally posted by babetsavant
    Annie Lennox's "Into The West" from The Return of The King.

Seconded, especially with the Alan Lee drawings that accompanied everyone in the credits.





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The Fifth Dimension's "Age of Aquarius" from "The 40 Year Old Virgin". I'll never forget how hard I laughed when that song started at the end of the movie.

Also always loved Rage Against the Machine's "Wake Up" to end "The Matrix". Perfect ending to that movie...
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    Originally posted by Von Maestro
    The Fifth Dimension's "Age of Aquarius" from "The 40 Year Old Virgin". I'll never forget how hard I laughed when that song started at the end of the movie.


I loved how all of the obscure characters are involved in the dance sequence.

I'd like to nominate "I lIke to Move It' at the end of "Madagascar"



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Los Fabulosos Cadillacs' "Matador," from Grosse Pointe Blank. I saw it in the theater and then rushed out to find a Los Fabulosos Cadillacs CD right after. (It's their best song.)

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"Good news, boppers. The big alert has been called off. It turns out the early reports were wrong, all wrong. For that group that had a hard time getting home, sorry about that. I guess the only thing we can do is play you a song."

Then "In the City" by Joe Walsh starts.

(edited by Lexus on 10.1.07 2352)


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#13 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.00
    Originally posted by Lexus
    "Good news, boppers. The big alert has been called off. It turns out the early reports were wrong, all wrong. For that group that had a hard time getting home, sorry about that. I guess the only thing we can do is play you a song."

    Then "In the City" by Joe Walsh starts.

    (edited by Lexus on 10.1.07 2352)
Oh MAN. I might need to change my vote.

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#14 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.30
    Originally posted by Von Maestro
    The Fifth Dimension's "Age of Aquarius" from "The 40 Year Old Virgin". I'll never forget how hard I laughed when that song started at the end of the movie.

    Also always loved Rage Against the Machine's "Wake Up" to end "The Matrix". Perfect ending to that movie...


The Aquarius thing is bizarre. Definitely my vote as 'favorite WTF song/scene at the end of a movie'

But as you said, the RATM tune at the end of the Matrix when Neo just did his little phone speech. Awesome.
Gave me chills even when I watched the movie(s) last month.



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"Where is my Mind" by the Pixies at the end of Fight Club worked so well what with the buildings exploding and the mass chaos of the ending.
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Second "Age of Aquarius" and "Where Is My Mind?" And although it's been years since I saw it, and therefore am probably giving more credit to the song than its usage deserves, The Wannadies's "You and Me Song" at the end of "Romeo & Juliet".



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I liked "The Promise" by When in Rome at the end of Napoleon Dynamite. It had an "I Love the 80s" vibe that just fit with the movie.







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    Originally posted by Lexus
    "Good news, boppers. The big alert has been called off. It turns out the early reports were wrong, all wrong. For that group that had a hard time getting home, sorry about that. I guess the only thing we can do is play you a song."

    Then "In the City" by Joe Walsh starts.

    (edited by Lexus on 10.1.07 2352)


Oh man, that's it. I now feel like watching the DVD of it I have.





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#19 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.75
Along the lines of The 40 Year Old Virgin, the end song/dance sequence I like is "Build Me Up Buttercup" from There's Something About Mary.



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Peter Gabriel's extended version of "Little Light of Love" at the end of The Fifth Element.
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