That Song From That Movie

That Song From That Movie

By TSFTM
Join Dietrich, Alex and Ben each week on a journey through the very best (and worst) of movie songs.

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Moon River - Breakfast at Tiffany's
AND I SAID WHAT ABOUT... Next on the agenda is a bonafide Hollywood classic, however some aspects of the movie have not aged well, to put it politely. Get ready for a very expensive morning meal as we discuss "Moon River" from Breakfast At Tiffany's. Alex discusses his parents bedroom, Ben introduces a new segment and Dietrich accidentally prompts a Bruce Forsyth discussion.  Follow us on Twitter: @TSFTMpod Like, share and subscribe to our registry at Tiffany's Please consider leaving us a rating and review if you are enjoying the show. It means a great deal to us and makes it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thank you!
36:36
August 6, 2020
1970s James Bond Songs (Part 2)
DOUBLE 0 70s And so we come to the end of another decade as we complete our look at the James Bond Songs of the 1970s. This episode, we dissect The Spy Who Loved Me and Moonraker before deciding which song we think is the best and which is the absolute worst. Ben does a terrible (and potentially libellous) impression of John Barry, Dietrich does a terrible (and potentially libellous) impression of John Barry and Alex, you guessed it, does a terrible (and potentially libellous) impression of John Barry.  Follow us on Twitter: @TSFTMpod You can be loved by liking, sharing and subscribing.
29:53
July 30, 2020
1970s James Bond Songs (Part 1)
BOND IS BACK We are back with another two part special, this time we moving on a decade to cast our eyes and ears over the James Bond Songs of the 1970s. In this episode, we discuss Diamonds Are Forever, Live and Let Die and The Man With the Golden Gun. Alex is reporting the trends regarding disco record sales for the year ending 1976, Ben is avoiding the pub and Dietrich is contradicting his previous Bond hot takes.  (Come back next week for Part 2 where we look at the remaining Bond songs from the 1970s and decide which is best and worst.) Follow us on Twitter: @TSFTMpod Like, share and let subscribe.
36:14
July 23, 2020
Always Look on the Bright Side of Life - Monty Python's Life of Brian
HE'S NOT THE MESSIAH The movie is considered the standard-bearer of British comedy, with a massively popular tie-in song summing up being British in about 3 and a half minutes. That's right, it's Always Look on the Bright Side of Life from the controversial Monty Python's Life of Brian. Dietrich is struggling to breathe watching Argo, Alex reminisces about his father's VHS tapes and Ben accidentally highlights confusion with the ultimate question of the podcast. Follow us on Twitter: @TSFTMpod Like of Brian, share and subscribe
36:37
July 16, 2020
Montage - Swiss Army Man
FART NOISES Where do we even start with this one? It's definitely the case that there's nothing else quite like it, but we're not sure if that is a good thing or a bad thing. We take a ride on Daniel Radcliffe's corpse for our look at "Montage" from the movie Swiss Army Man. Ben is taking us on a tour of his bizarre DVD collection, Dietrich brings up Shrek again and Alex's laptop keeps interrupting.  Follow us on Twitter: @TSFTMpod All we ever needed was a like, share and subscribe
39:29
July 9, 2020
Men in Black - Men in Black
GALAXY DEFENDERS Will Smith was the king of Hollywood in the 1990s and no movie epitomises this more than today's selection. This week we are covering Will Smith's certified jam "Men in Black" which, shockingly, is from the movie Men in Black. Alex is worried about his duty to defend the galaxy, Ben is focusing on Tommy Lee Jones' hands and Dietrich shows uncharacteristic restraint regarding the song from Men in Black 2.  Follow us on Twitter: @TSFTMpod Like, share and subscribe to make Frank the Pug happy. 
39:59
July 2, 2020
1960s James Bond Songs (Part 2)
...James Bond In part 2 of our journey through the James Bond songs of the 1960s, we take a look into Nancy Sinatra's effort for You Only Live Twice and the two (greedy!) songs from On Her Majesty's Secret Service. Which ultimately brings us onto the battle to determine, once and for all, which song from the 1960s is the BEST and which stinker is the WORST. Ben auditions for The Pirates of Penzance, Dietrich is fighting a losing battle and Alex is shocked by Roald Dahl's contribution. Follow us on Twitter: @TSFTMpod You only like, share and subscribe twice.
30:55
June 25, 2020
1960s James Bond Songs (Part 1)
The name's Bond... To celebrate reaching 10 episodes, we are shaking (not stirring) up the format. Over the next two weeks, we are discussing all of the James Bond songs of the 1960s. In this episode, we look at the songs from Dr No, From Russia with Love, Goldfinger and Thunderball. Alex performs Ennio Morricone's version of Goldfinger, Ben has the latest updates on the weather and Dietrich is talking about SpyHard again.  (And come back next week as we complete the rest of the Bond songs from the 1960s, deciding which is the best and the worst.) Follow us on Twitter: @TSFTMpod Like, share and subscribe with love.
36:25
June 18, 2020
I'm Shipping Up to Boston - The Departed
I LOST MY LEG! In the immortal words of Ralph Wiggum: "The rat symbolises obviousness!" and, obviously, we'll be showcasing our terrible Boston accents in this week's episode. We're climbing up the top sail with The Dropkick Murphys' "I'm Shipping Up to Boston" from The Departed. Dietrich recounts his Media Studies coursework, Alex has a bone to pick with Scorcese about his portrayal of women and Ben goes full Mark Wahlberg.  Follow us on Twitter: @TSFTMpod Hey you! Yeah, you. Like, share and subscribe. 
39:22
June 11, 2020
Black Lives Matter
This is 8 minutes and 46 seconds of silence. The exact amount of time it took for George Floyd to lose his life at the hands of the people who were supposed to protect him. Use this time to reflect on your place in the world and to contemplate how you can make it better for the future. Black Lives Matter. Official GoFundMe page to assist the family of George Floyd.
08:46
June 4, 2020
Gonna Fly Now - Rocky
AAADRIIAANNN! If you thought Sylvester Stallone's accent was hard to decipher, then you have clearly never listened to an episode of That Song from That Movie before. This week we go the full 15 rounds against "Gonna Fly Now",  the theme song of the ultimate underdog movie Rocky. Ben contemplates the difficulty of crapping thunder, Dietrich gives his review of Temple of Doom and Alex is hiding in his garden.  Follow us on Twitter: @TSFTMpod Like it, share it and subscribe ...it.
42:27
May 28, 2020
Mutt - American Pie
This one time, at band camp... As Jim's dad would say, it's "just a natural and normal thing". We assume the "natural and normal thing" he is referring to is breaking down the use of Blink-182's forgotten hit "Mutt" during that infamous webcam scene from American Pie. Alex loses his spot on the podcast, Ben is placing orders via Alexa and Dietrich does a deep dive on a surfing movie nobody has heard of. Follow us on Twitter: @TSFTMpod Like, sharing and subscribing feels like warm apple pie. (Apologies for the inconsistent sound quality on this episode, Dietrich was having microphone problems throughout the recording.)
43:39
May 21, 2020
I Don't Want to Miss a Thing - Armageddon
It's the end of the world.* A huge asteroid is heading for Earth, but don't worry, we have a crack team of astronauts- wait, hang on, make that off-shore diggers - on their way to blow it up. What they don't know is that the power of Steven Tyler's voice during the amazing "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" from Armageddon is already enough to destroy it. Dietrich fulfils his dream of hosting a rollercoaster themed podcast, Alex takes issue with the size comparison of the asteroid and Ben has been reading YouTube comments. Follow us on Twitter: @TSFTMpod Don't miss the like, share and subscribe buttons *In the movie. Definitely not in real life. We hope.
42:43
May 14, 2020
Don't You (Forget About Me) - The Breakfast Club
We're in detention. Assistant Principal Mr Vernon has called us into the podcast studio on a Saturday to talk about "Don't You (Forget About Me)" from 1980's Brat Pack classic The Breakfast Club.  Alex is definitely not wearing pyjamas, Ben is determined to talk about Baby's Day Out and Dietrich is (justifiably) worried about school shooters. Follow us on Twitter: @TSFTMpod Like, share and subscribe for all your podcast needs
43:32
May 7, 2020
Everything is AWESOME!!! - The Lego Movie
Welcome to Bricksburg! Next up is the super-upbeat, super-high tempo anthem "Everything is AWESOME!!!" from The Lego Movie. However, does a darker secret hide behind the positive lyrics? Ben's unwittingly recording a neighbouring bird's nest, Dietrich becomes your new favourite quiz host and Alex recites poetry. Follow us on Twitter: @TSFTMpod If you are awesome then you should like, share and subscribe
41:04
April 30, 2020
My Heart Will Go On - Titanic
Full steam ahead!   We hop aboard a luxury cruiseliner to talk about Celine Dion's "My Heart Will Go On" from James Cameron's epic lovestory Titanic. Alex wants answers about Billy Zane's post-Titanic career, Ben is close to becoming a Celine Dion stan and Dietrich is worried about getting cooties.  Follow us on Twitter: @TSFTMpod Please like, share and subscribe
36:02
April 23, 2020
Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head - Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
We made it to week 2! We travel back to the end of the 1960s to look at "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head" from the classic western Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Ben is overwhelmed with Paul Newman's charisma, Dietrich racks his brain for a specific parody and Alex has warmed up his vocal chords. Follow us on Twitter: @TSFTMpod Like, share and subscribe (in any order you prefer)
35:10
April 16, 2020
You've Got a Friend in Me - Toy Story
Howdy! The first ever episode of That Song From That Movie is finally here and we are starting with a big one.  Probably one of the most iconic movie songs ever, Randy Newman's "You've Got a Friend in Me" from Toy Story, is the first song to step into the firing line. Alex is bragging about his Pikachu themed Nintendo 64, Dietrich is serving up podcast clichés and Ben just wants Toy Story 4 to disappear. Follow us on Twitter: @TSFTMpod Like, share and subscribe!
35:35
April 9, 2020
What is That Song from That Movie?
Before we jump straight into the weekly show, we thought it was probably a good idea to have a quick sum up of what the show actually is. So this is our attempt at doing just that ...however it just descends into a little sing song and promises of visits from Ben to your home (he's serious about that.) New episodes coming soon. You can follow us on Twitter: @TSFTMpod As your favourite YouTube host would say "Like, share and subscribe".
04:09
March 22, 2020