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Lu Jing loves computer and big data research. He is highly recognized in the academic field through studying complicated human behavior and psychology, thus influencing the classmates around by his solid specialty literacy. They are strangers first but then brought together by big data and they become closer in the journey of pursuing dreams. (Source: WeTV) ~~ Adapted from the novel "Ming Qiang Yi Duo, An Jian Nan Fang" (明枪易躲, 暗恋难防) by Qiao Yao (翘摇).
Edit Translation • English • 中文(简体) • ภาษาไทย • Русский • • Native Title: 良辰美景好时光 • Also Known As: Soundtrack love scenery Day, Beautiful Scenery, Good TimeLiang Chen Mei Jing Hao Shi Guang • Director: Zoe Qin • Screenwriter: Qin Wen • Genres: Music, Comedy, Romance • Tags: Older Woman/Younger Man, Singer, Student, Nice Male Lead, Popular Female Lead, Male Chases Female First, Successful Female Lead, Steamy Kiss, Gaming, Famous Lead/Common Lead (Vote or add tags) • Country: China • Type: Drama • Episodes: 31 • Aired: Apr 8, 2021 - May 1, 2021 • Aired On: Thursday • Original Network: iQiyi Tencent Video Youku • Duration: 45 min.
• Score: 8.4 (scored by 8,281 users) • Ranked: #410 • Popularity: #421 • Content Rating: 13+ - Teens 13 or older • Watchers: 20,056 • Favorites: 0 Rewatch Value 10 Warm and Simple As I grew older Its weird but I tend to like simple stories. The warmth and simplicity of the love story tends to affect me compared to those cliche plots with third party etc. i give this 10 because I always based my rating to chemistry no matter how good a story if the leads are not compatible its useless.
And Based on previous Lin Yi dramas he is best suitable for modern romcom dramas than historical or he might be suitable for drmas like Wuxi a (eternal love cinematography ).
I like dramas with not that much third party issues. Simple and Warm drama Read More This review may contain spoilers One of the dramas I'm adding to my all time favorites I feel like there are only a few Chinese dramas where I know for soundtrack love scenery fact I will rewatch again and this one is one of them.
The direction this drama took, for the most part, was to my liking. First of all, some people may not like the video game scenes because it doesn't really focus on the main story. I, for one, loved the video game scenes. I love the action and of course seeing the action stunts of the ML. For the most part, the ML shine in these action scenes.
The FL was just silly & hilarious in those game scenes. I mean it's through these video game scenes how our leads eventually develop feelings for each other (despite the fact the ML was already a fan of the FL). I'm kind of disappointed that there weren't more video game scenes towards the end so they would've kept this theme throughout the drama but that's just me.
Some soundtrack love scenery actually be glad the game scenes are done. Finding out that the FL is a singer in this drama instantly drew me in because I love hearing songs in a drama and I love all of the osts being played in this drama, whether it was the FL soundtrack love scenery it as part of the drama scene or the song being played as background music to the scenes.
These songs got me hooked.
Story wise, it's average. It's nothing memorable or special. Some may get frustrated on how long it takes for the leads to finally be together or how many near misses they have with each other. For me, I like the way it was handled. So many "gasps" I had only to be ended with "aw darn". The drama eases in to their relationship. The ML & FL relationship & the dorkiness of the ML's friends are what really hold this drama together for me, despite not having an actual story plot.
A few issues I (and maybe others) have with this drama: - The love rival of the ML (Jia Yun) looks to old and it's just creepy. This guy suppose to be the love triangle who's interested in the FL and yet he looks more like he could've been her father. This was very awkward for me as I had to skip a lot of his scenes. - Secondary characters & couple: They were just there.
Sure the SFL (Shan Shan) had a life issue due to a broken heart but it wasn't enough to take interest in her character. Her character was just bland at the start and the SML (Bin Yu/Taro) well. he was just a goofball overall. I soundtrack love scenery of wanted more interaction of them with the leads (in a good way). I will say that I did start to take interest in these characters a little more after our leads got together but that's towards the 2nd half of the drama but man is this pair a dousy.
That's all the issues I had. Overall, I enjoyed it. The chemistry between the lead characters, the multiple comedic scenes throughout this drama, the number of times the FL embarrassed herself when with the ML, the dorkiness of the ML's friends, and of course the awesome & beautiful songs this drama features.
None of the typical Chinese drama cliches in this drama which is definitely a plus for me. Read More 332,800 songs 92,600 artists 110,900 episodes, movies and games The Internet’s best source for TV, movie, and video game soundtracks since 2005. Copyright 2022 Tunefind LLC.
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Elvis Costello recorded a cover of Charles Aznavour's classic ballad for the 1999 Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts romcom.
The song was featured in both the opening and closing credits, and perfectly summed up the mood of the film. Surreal, but nice. • Glen Hansard and Markéta Irglová - 'Falling Slowly' (Once) First appearing on The Swell Season’s self-titled album, it was later used by the duo in their musical movie Once in 2007.
The song won the Oscar for Best Original Song, and was later used in the Broadway and West End stage adaptations. In the movie, the duo play the song in Walton’s music shop in Dublin, with Hansard on guitar and Irglová on piano.
• Celine Dion - 'My Heart Will Soundtrack love scenery On' (Titanic) Taken soundtrack love scenery the soundtrack to Titanic, this is Celine's most successful of all time, largely thanks to its use in the humongous romantic drama starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet. Dion said retrospectively: "'My Heart Will Go On' gave me the opportunity to be associated with a classic that will live forever". • Des'ree - Kissing You (Romeo and Juliet) This song was famously featured in Romeo and Juliet when Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes's title characters first meet at a ball.
Des'ree herself featured in the scene performing the song, and it gave her one of her biggest ever soundtrack love scenery. May we say, underrated? • Sixpence None the Richer - 'Kiss Me' (She's All That) This song was originally released in 1998, but received bigger attention after being used as the main them of teen comedy She's All That a year later. This helped the song become one of the ultimate love songs of the 1990s, and takes us back to our imaginary American high school days.
• Joe Cocker and Jennifer Warnes - 'Up Where We Belong' (An Officer and a Gentleman) It's impossible to hear this song and not think of Richard Gere in his navy whites in An Officer and a Gentleman.
This duet topped the US charts and won an Oscar, though producer Don Simpson was apparently convinced it would be a flop. Hindsight, eh? • Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper - 'Shallow' (A Star is Born) Barbra Streisand already had huge success with her '70s version of A Star is Born, including the song 'Evergreen'.
But Gaga and Cooper had their own triumph with their 2018 remake. Read more: The Story of. 'Shallow' 'Shallow' was one of many hugely popular songs from the soundtrack, and the heartbreaking ballad reached number one in the UK.
• Roxette - 'It Must Have Been Love' (Pretty Woman) • The Story of. 'Iris' One of the greatest '90s power ballads, this track was used in the Nicolas Cage and Meg Ryan drama City of Angels in 1998. Songwriter John Rzeznik said: "I was thinking about the situation of the Nicolas Cage character in the movie. This guy is completely willing to give up his own immortality, just to be able to feel something very human. "And I think, 'Wow!
What an amazing thing it must be like to love someone so much that you give up everything to be with them.' That's a pretty heavy thought." • Phil Collins - 'Against All Odds' (Against All Odds) Phil Collins wrote this song for the 1984 romance movie of the same name. Read more: The Story of. 'Against All Odds' Collins watched the movie on a videocassette recorder in his hotel room and agreed to appear on the soundtrack, and the song has arguably had more of a legacy than the film itself.
• Berlin - 'Take My Breath Away' (Top Gun) Wet Wet Wet nearly broke Bryan Adams' record of 16 weeks at number one, as they took over 1994 with their cover of The Troggs' classic. Read more: The Story of. 'Love is All Around' The song was brought back (sort of) for soundtrack love scenery Richard Curtis's film Love Actually, with Bill Nighy's Billy Mack giving it a festive twist. • The Righteous Brothers - 'Unchained Melody (Ghost) Many artists recorded this ballad over the years, but The Righteous Brothers have the definitive version.
Read more: The Story of. 'Unchained Melody' It found a new lease of life in 1990, when it was used in Ghost starring Patrick Swayze and Demi Moore.
Pottery was never the same again. • Olivia Newton-John - 'Hopelessly Devoted to You' (Grease) Out of all the classic songs from Grease, this one still makes us feel all warm inside. Halfway through shooting the movie, Olivia's contractually-entitled vocal solo had yet to be written. John Farrar, Newton-John's producer, wrote the song and gave it to the film's team. Although reluctant, they eventually approved it, and recorded the scene after the other parts of the film had been completed.
• Bryan Adams - 'Everything I Do (I Do It For You)' (Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves) You can't argue with 16 weeks at number one, which is still the record the consecutive weeks at the top to this day. Read more: The Story of. 'Everything I Do' Bryan Adams recorded the song soundtrack love scenery the Kevin Costner action caper, and you couldn't escape it in 1991.
• Patrick Swayze - 'She's Like the Wind' (Dirty Dancing) Patrick Swayze wrote this ballad for another movie, but it was eventually used for the soundtrack of arguably his biggest film, Dirty Dancing.
Read more: The Story of. 'She's Like the Wind' The song features in the film when Johnny (Swayze) and Baby (Jennifer Grey) part ways in the middle of the film, and became a surprise hit for the actor.
• Seal - 'Kiss From a Rose' (Batman Forever) This song was written in 1987, but soundtrack love scenery, Seal felt “embarrassed by it” and “threw the tape in the corner”. Read more: The Story of. 'Kiss From a Rose' It was later used in the soundtrack for Batman Forever in 1995. Director Joel Schumacher called Seal to request the song soundtrack love scenery play over a love scene.
However, it was instead used to play over the end credits, which helped it reach number one in the States that year. • Whitney Houston - 'I Will Always Love You' (The Bodyguard) The main love song from 1992's The Bodyguard starring Whitney and Kevin Costner, she made this Dolly Parton ballad her own, after her co-star Kevin suggested it.
• Comedy • Music • Romance An inspiration story about mutual growth and love - following a singer and a 4th year computer major.
An inspiration story about mutual growth and love - following a singer and a 4th year computer major. An inspiration story about mutual growth and love - following a singer and a 4th year computer major.
Description： An idol singer who shines brightly on the stage turns out to have the gaming skills of an elementary school student.
Meanwhile, a smart and handsome university student immerses in the game, not knowing that his beloved idol is on the other side of the screen.
Through interlaced time and space, an online crush turns into a budding love. What will happen between the talented female singer and the top male student?Love Scenery OST Information • Title: 良辰美景好时光 电视原声大碟 / Love Scenery OST • Artist: Various Artists • Language: Chinese • Release Date: 2021 • Number of Tracks: 5 Track Listing No. Song Title Artist Notes 1. *Never Stand Still (绝不止步) Duan Ao Juan Opening Song 2.
You Are My Everything (你是我所有) Liu Yu Ning Ending Song 3. Smooth Sailing (顺风) Zhao Bei Er 4. When I Am Eighteen (当我十八岁) 5. First Dance of Winter (冬日的初舞)
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A successful soundtrack for a romantic film has to convince you to fall in love with the characters and their story – and make you believe in both. The swooping highs and lows of love need to be expertly matched by a composer or songwriter to make you swoon – whether it’s heart-breaking or heart-warming. Get in the mood with our romantic playlist The Best Love Songs From Movie Soundtracks From massive orchestral strings and romantic instrumental music to chart-topping pop and the iconic love songs from movies, these are our favourites: 1) Shallow - Lady Gaga & Mark Ronson ( A Star Is Born, 2018) Lady Gaga wrote Shallow with Mark Ronson, Dirty Pretty Things’ Anthony Rossomando and Miike Snow’s Andrew Wyatt.
As Gaga told Zane Lowe, ‘It’s two people talking to each other and talking about the need and the drive to dive into the deep end and stay away from the shallow area.’ In A Star is Born, Shallow marks a big emotional moment as the jumping off point for both the relationship between Lady Gaga’s Ally and Bradley Cooper’s Jackson, and the launch of the former’s career, whilst the latter’s begins to slide. Gaga’s performance in the stadium scene as the song builds blasts out of the screen, instantly convincing you of Ally’s star power.
Gaga wrote the song with Mark Ronson, Dirty Pretty Things’ Anthony Rossomando and Miike Snow’s Andrew Wyatt. As Gaga told Zane Lowe, ‘It’s two people talking to each other and talking about the need and the drive to dive into the deep end and stay away from the shallow area.’ If you need any further persuasion that this might be the most romantic song of 21st Century movies, the video of Shallow has had nearly 800 million views… 2) City Of Stars - Ryan Gosling & Emma Stone ( La La Land, 2017) La La Land’s soundtrack won the Oscar for Best Original Score – and Best Original Song for the gorgeous City of Stars.
From the glorious, sweeping opening ensemble tracking shot of LA’s commuters singing and dancing around their cars on the highway to the jazzy, upbeat strains of Another Day of Sun, the scene is set for a technicolour, Old Hollywood romance. As the overture, it establishes the film’s musical style as a blend of the contemporary and the traditional. Ryan Gosling, as jazz obsessive Sebastian, famously learned to play the piano from scratch for the part, and the soundtrack takes in everything from a lush orchestral waltz for the magical Planetarium sequence to the dizzy joy of the Summer Montage/Madeline sequence and then the delicate, almost melancholic City of Stars, which first appears as a solo by Gosling, and later as a duet between him and co-star Emma Stone.
Gorgeous leads, amazing dancing and music, magical, romantic and just a little bit sad – you can see why it’s a modern classic. 3) I Will Always Love You - Whitney Houston ( The Bodyguard, 1992) In terms of movie love songs, they don’t come much bigger than I Will Always Love You. The soundtrack to The Bodyguard became the biggest-selling of all time (an estimated 42 million copies sold worldwide)helped by Whitney Houston’s cover of the Dolly Parton classic spending 14 consecutive weeks as Billboard’s No.
1 song on the Hot 100 Singles chart and 10 weeks at No. 1 in the UK. The film may have made a movie star out of Whitney Houston (playing singer/actress Rachel Marron), but you’ve actually got co-star Kevin Costner (aka Frank, her bodyguard) to thank for I Will Always Love You. The final song was slated to be a cover of Jimmy Ruffin’s What Becomes of the Broken Hearted, but as production got underway, a Paul Young cover of the song was featured in Fried Green Tomatoes.
Costner, a country fan, suggested the Dolly Parton cover as a replacement – and that Huston sang the introduction a capella to add more emotion. Looking For Inspiration for a Romantic Soundtrack?
Check Out These Top 5 Tracks From Our Catalogue: Love – Max Brodie Soundtrack love scenery Don’t We Fall in Love – Craig Hardy, Carolyn Jordan and Gifty Dankwah Fall in Love Again – Lincoln Grounds and Thomm Jutz Seconds Away from Love – Chris Dececio and Jamie Elder Never Looking for Love – Laura Robertson 4) It Had to Soundtrack love scenery You - Harry Connick Jr ( When Harry Met Sally,1989 ) Is When Harry Met Sally the best romcom of all time?
We say yes, and Harry Connick Jnr’s cover of It Had to Be You won him a Grammy Award for Best Jazz Male Vocal Performance. Norah Ephron’s brilliantly-drawn Harry and Sally might seem destined never to get together, but the lyrics sum up exactly why the opposites eventually attract: ‘For nobody else gave me a thrill/For all your faults I love you still’.
It’s quite spiky, for a love song, but captures loving someone when you know all their infuriating quirks as well as their loveable ones. 5) She - Elvis Costello ( Notting Hill, 1999) Another cover, this time of She, Charles Aznavour’s classic from 1974. Costello’s version soundtracks ordinary chap Will (Hugh Grant) and global superstar Anna (Julia Roberts’) unlikely romance in Richard Curtis’s Notting Hill.
Aznavour’s version was originally used in soundtrack love scenery film, but American test screening audiences didn’t respond well to it, soundtrack love scenery Curtis brought in Costello to record the cover. 6) Falling Slowly - Glen Hansard, Marketa Irglova ( Once, 2007) Girl meets Boy in Dublin and helps him to put together a demo of his music as they fall in love, portrayed through their songs in indie hit Once. The love song Falling Slowly has a dash of Damien Soundtrack love scenery in its stripped-back arrangement of piano and guitar and in the melding of Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova’s voices – which took them to a win for the 2008 Academy Award for Best Original Song.
7) Kissing You - Des'ree ( Romeo + Juliet, 1996) Des’ree appears in Baz Luhrmann’s colourful, kinetic reimagining of Romeo + Juliet, performing Kissing You as the lovers catch sight of each other for the first time during the ball at the Capulets’ mansion. It’s a beautifully simple piano and soaring strings ballad that’s probably accompanied thousands of brides down the aisle since it was released in 1996. 8) Kiss Me - Sixpence None The Richer ( She's All That, 1999) For more teen romance, check out super-sweet Kiss Me by Sixpence None the Richer on the She’s All That soundtrack.
A classic romcom, Laney Boggs (Rachel Leigh Cook) is transformed from geeky art student into potential prom queen with the help of popular jock Zach (Freddie Prinze Jr). Kiss Me is the backdrop to the Big Reveal of Laney post-makeover. 9) Up Where We Belong - Jennifer Warnes & Joe Cocker ( An Officer and a Gentleman, 1983) Joe Cocker and Jennifer Warnes' Up Where We Belong played a crucial role in making audiences go wild for the super-romantic ending of An Officer and a Gentleman, when Richard Gere’s character – in full Naval uniform – comes into his girlfriend’s (Debra Winger) factory workplace and literally soundtrack love scenery her off her feet.
Writer Douglas Day Stewart said that in the first edit, everyone laughed at the ending. Then director Taylor Hackford put Up Where We Belong over it, ‘and when that version of the film was shown to an audience, they went crazy. We realised then that it worked.’ 10) It Must Have Been Love - Roxette ( Pretty Woman, 1990) It’s got a banging soundtrack, some beautiful frocks, much-repeated lines (‘Big mistake.
Biiiig. Huge’), Richard Gere (again) and Julia Roberts’ megawatt smile. The sexual politics may be questionable, but Pretty Woman ends with Vivian refusing to be Edward’s mistress and getting the fairytale she wants, seemingly on more equal terms (Edward: ‘So what happens after he climbs up and rescues her?’ Vivian: ‘She rescues him right back.’) If, however, you haven’t got your ‘fairytale’ ending and you’re suffering from a broken heart, crank up Roxette’s It Must Have Been Love – acclaimed by The Guardian as ‘the greatest 80s power ballad of them all, and perhaps the greatest breakup song… It follows the old Motown blueprint in perfectly blending ecstasy [musical] with agony [lyrical].
11) Unchained Melody - Righteous Brothers ( Ghost, 1990) Nobody thought that pottery was sexy till Ghost put that sequence of Demi Moore throwing a pot with The Righteous Brothers’ Unchained Melody. The song was originally written for a movie about life in prison, Unchained, way back in 1955. From its humble origins, and post- Ghost, in 1999, the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers called it one of the 25 most-performed songs and musical works of the entire 20th Century.
12) (I've Had) The Time Of My Life - Bill Medley & Jennifer Warnes (Dirty Dancing, 1987) Dirty Dancing's soundtrack is a clever combination of period pop with smashes like co-star Patrick Swayze’s She’s Like the Wind, Eric Carmen’s Hungry Eyes and Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes’s Oscar-winning (I’ve Had) The Time of My Life gave the soundtrack broad appeal.
The duet expertly mirrors Baby and Johnny’s dance – and the lyrics, ‘I’ve had the time of my life/And I owe it all to you’ fits the summer romance plot perfectly. The soundtrack sold over 32 million copies, spent 18 weeks at No.
1 in the Soundtrack love scenery 200 album chart and went multi-platinum. Thus proving beyond all doubt that nobody puts Baby in a corner. 13) Come What May - Nicole Kidman & Ewan McGregor ( Moulin Rouge! 2001) ‘I believe in truth, beauty, freedom, and above all things, I believe in love’, declares impoverished writer, dreamer and grade-A Romantic Christian (Ewan McGregor) in Moulin Rouge!
The first musical nominated for a Best Picture Oscar in 10 years, director Baz Luhrmann’s fizzing fin de siecle romance throws everything at its soundtrack, from an operatic version of Queen’s The Show Must Go On to a sample of Chamma Chamma from the Hindi movie China Gate, soundtrack love scenery a quick blast of Soundtrack love scenery Sound of Music and 12 songs in the Elephant Love Medley alone.
With kinetic editing that several critics compared soundtrack love scenery music videos, writer Christian, showgirl and courtesan Satine (Nicole Kidman) and the rest of the Parisian cabaret crowd whizz through so many pop classics it took two years to clear all the rights. David Bowie’s Nature Boy gives way to the frenetic stomp of Nirvana’s Smells Like Teen Spirit and there’s a memorably bonkers turn from Jim Broadbent sashaying around to Madonna’s Like a Virgin, whilst The Police’s Roxanne is given a sinister tango workover.
Spectacular, spectacular, indeed. However, Christian and Satine’s gorgeous love song, Come What May unfortunately missed out on a Best Song nomination at the Oscars, because it was originally written for – but not used in – Luhrmann’s Romeo + Juliet.
14) Don't Stop Me Now - Queen ( Shaun of the Dead, 2004) The first ‘rom-zom-com’ may have seemed an unlikely hit on paper, but is fabulous fun, although interestingly, Pegg has said that while the film is a romantic comedy, ‘People always think it’s a romantic comedy about Shaun and [girlfriend] Liz; it’s not.
It’s a romantic comedy about Ed and Shaun.’ The film ends, after all, with Shaun and his now zombified mate playing video games in soundtrack love scenery shed, accompanied by Queen’s You’re my Best Friend, offering a bit of bromance for V-Day. 15) Iris - Goo Goo Dolls ( City Of Angels, 1998) Nicholas Cage plays an angel sent to help humans make their transition to the afterlife – but when he falls in love with a woman (Meg Ryan), he has to choose between love and eternal life.
Iris by the Goo Goo Dolls encapsulates his struggle – the band’s frontman, John Rzeznik said that ‘I was thinking about the situation of the Nicholas Cage character. This guy is completely willing to give up his own immortality, just to be able to feel something very human.
And I think “Wow!
What an amazing thing it must be to love someone so much that you give up everything to be with them.” That’s a pretty heavy thought.’ 16) Love Is All Around - Wet Wet Wet ( Four Weddings and a Funeral, 1994) Richard Curtis approached Wet Wet Wet about covering a song for Four Weddings – the band had their pick of three songs, the other two being Gloria Gaynor’s I Will Survive, and Barry Manilow’s Can’t Smile Without You. Marti Pellow decided that they could make Love is All Around their own.
It proved the right choice: the song was Number One in the UK charts for 15 weeks, and spent so long knocking around the Top 75 (20 weeks), that the band eventually took the decision to delete the record from sale as so many people were fed up of hearing it (it was apparently still selling 120,000 copies a week).
It’s sold 1.9 million copies in the UK, making it the best-selling love ballad of all time. Not bad for a song which Reg Presley of The Troggs said that he knocked out in 20 minutes, at home with his family in 1968… 17) Kiss From A Rose - Seal ( Soundtrack love scenery Forever, 1995) Director Joel Schumacher chose Seal’s Kiss from a Rose for the Batman Forever end credits, propelling it to Grammy wins for Song of the Year, Record of the Year and Best Male Pop Vocal Performance in 1996.
The song is a total belter and has appeared everywhere from Lip Sync Battle to It’s Soundtrack love scenery Sunny in Philadelphia, Bones and animated animal X-Factor caper Sing.
18) La Valse d'Amélie - Yann Tiersen ( Amélie, 2001) Whimsical French comedy-romance Amélie has a soundtrack inspired by its heroine’s unique, quirky character. Director Jean-Pierre Jeunet had Michael Nyman in mind to write the music, but a chance listen to a CD by French musician Yann Tiersen led to the film’s eclectic blend of toy piano, banjo, mandolin, accordion, melodica and vibraphone. La Valse d’Amélie is a joyous accordion waltz that instantly conjures up Paris’s cobbled streets.
A waltz needs two people and the theme chimes with Soundtrack love scenery playing hide and seek with her ‘other half’ and also demonstrating her emotional interactions with the film’s characters, as she seeks to secretly bring happiness to strangers wherever she goes.
19) You Make My Dreams Come True - Hall & Oates ( 500 Days of Summer, 2009) It’s a story of boy meets girl, but as hopeless romantic Tom (Joseph Gordon Levitt) tells you from the start, ‘this is not a love story.’ For sheer put-a-skip-in-your-step happiness, though, the sequence where Tom dances, high fives and beams his way through the park to Hall & Oates’ 80s classic You Make My Dreams takes some beating.
There are fountains, there’s a marching band, there are cartoon bluebirds, there’s old-school Hollywood musicals choreography – it exactly conjures up the giddy joy of falling in love in one two-minute scene. 20) April Come She Will - Simon & Garfunkel ( The Graduate, 2009) Interestingly, all the Simon and Garfunkel tracks used in the film were originally put there as placeholders, as the duo were supposed to be providing new tracks, but failed to deliver.
Deciding that the songs ( The Sound of Silence; Scarborough Fair/Canticle, The Big Bright Green Pleasure Machine and April Come She Will) perfectly soundtrack love scenery the emotions of the scenes, Nichols left them in. But what fans remember as the film’s most iconic track, Mrs Robinson, doesn’t actually appear in its full version, as it hadn’t been completed in time.
Nichols needed a song for when Ben is racing to break up his girlfriend Elaine’s impending marriage. Garfunkel told Nichols that Simon was working on a song called ‘Mrs Roosevelt’; one name change later, and you’ve got a future classic.
Except, there was no verse, so in the film, you hear, ‘ doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo’ – as Garfunkel confessed, ‘that’s called a song not written yet – only the chorus was there.’ The final version was released as a single in 1968, and appeared on the duo’s next studio album, Bookends. 21) Baby You're My Light - Richard Hawley ( Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist, 2008) New York teenager Nick (Michael Cera) is heartbroken after a recent breakup and is still making mix CDs for his ex-girlfriend to try to win her back (aah, the soundtrack love scenery of mix CDs.) Nick’s heartless ex bins the CDs, which Norah (Kat Dennings) finds and they bond – over the course of a single night - through their shared musical obsessions.
Amongst tracks from Devendra Banhart, Vampire Weekend and Band of Horses, Richard Hawley’s Baby You’re My Light is understatedly lovely.
23) I Don't Want to Miss a Thing - Aerosmith ( Armageddon, 1998) If you’re feeling in the need for OTT with a side of cheese, then whack Aerosmith’s I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing on the Spotify playlist. Armageddon starred Steven Tyler’s daughter, Liv. U2 were originally slated to perform the song – the idea for Aerosmith performing it only came about after Liv was cast. The song was written by Diane Warren, and inspired soundtrack love scenery a TV interview where actor James Brolin said to his wife Barbra Streisand that he didn’t want to fall asleep, ‘’Cause then I’ll miss you.’ Warren had originally thought the song would be sung by a diva like Celine Dion, but ‘for a guy to sing that song… it just makes it more compelling.
That’s what women never usually hear their boyfriends or husbands saying, right?’ It’s got power, it’s got passion, you can belt it out at karaoke – as Big Songs go, it’s the perfect movie love song. This page was last updated soundtrack love scenery 21/04/2021 Soundtrack Your Own L ove Story now: Need Music for Your Project? At Audio Network we create original music, of the highest quality, for broadcasters, brands, creators, agencies and music fans everywhere.
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