Surool: Pretty much all of the music moments in either Goodfellas or Pulp Fiction are golden.
Christian Bale: I would nominate this as one of the best.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tW9k44sDctI
velvet_fog: Still pissed that Dirty Dancing ripped off Be My Baby from Mean Streets, especially when some vapid woman talks about the song in reference to Dirty Dancing. No, biatch, it's from Mean Streets, not that Patrick Swayze wankfest.
had98c: Needs "Nowhere Fast" or "Tonight is What it Means to be Young" by Fire Inc in Streets of Fire.
RyansPrivates: Wrong song from Fast Times!!!Zeppelin is great, but the rock and roll moment from that movie used "Moving In Stereo" by The Cars.Yes that one scene.
Ryker's Peninsula: Armored Saint "Hanging Judge" - Hellraiser 3Cannibal Corpse "Hammer Smashed Face" - Ace VenturaNapalm Death "Twist the Knife Slowly" - Mortal CombatIron Maiden "Flash of the Blade" - PhenomenaAccept "Fast as a Shark" - Demons
Dumb-Ass-Monkey: Sister Christian in Boogie NightsJessie's Girl
Great_Milenko: Music played over the credits is not a "rock and roll movie moment". Sorry.
fusillade762: bump: "Bohemian Rhapsody"/Wayne's WorldIt's #4.
AirForceVet: I was disappointed this wasn't about rock n roll movies but rock n roll songs used in movies like #2, A Hard Day's Night. No Gimmie Shelter, Candy, not even Stop Making Sense.And they forgot the Banana Splits theme song in "Kick Ass" where Hit Girl stabs in.For shame ...
aiiee: Good list, buuuuuuut:"Something In The Air Tonight" Phil Collins in "Risky Business" perhaps the greatest rocknroll moment in film
Grandemadaca: List fails with out PJ Soles singing "Rock n Roll High School" in Rock n Roll High School./Oh, and the Ramones were very good in it, too.
The Flexecutioner: Damn It Feels Good To Be A Gangster (Geto Boys)- Office Space (printer scene)
kingfismit: Seriously, no "Johnny B. Goode" in Back to the Future?
tinyarena: [img4.imageshack.us image 637x358]
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