Can you imagine a film without music? Whether the film is a tear-jerking drama, a side-splitting comedy, or a suspense-building horror, the right song at the right moment will always elevate the impact of the scene.
Music is good for the soul - so crank up the volume, grab a make-shift mic and get on your dancing shoes. Here are some songs to get your feel-good playlist started...
Find us an opening credit scene cuter than this one… we’ll wait. Follow Baby Groot’s lead and dance your worries away, just make sure there’s no gargantuan eight-legged space monster trying to fight you and your friends while you do.
Is it pancakes that make you want to play this song or the song that makes you want to make pancakes? Whichever it is, they now go hand in hand thanks to Matilda - a great opener for an upbeat playlist.
Director John Hughes had a knack for finding just the right song to soundtrack his slices of teenage life, and Don’t You (Forget About Me) pumps over that closing scene as a plea not to let hope and wisdom go to waste.
2001 was the year we were first introduced to a witty donkey, an energetic princess and a crude ogre...Shrek. It’s as if this song was made for Shrek and the all-stars inside all of us!
Since its release, the Greatest Showman film has been gathering good word-of-mouth which has driven the popularity of the soundtrack and The Greatest Show is euphoric, catchy and works as a hugely uplifting pop track.