You can't copyright a song name, so some movies use the fame a well known song title as their name.
We're not looking for songs that are written for a movie, but were songs before the movie was made. For example, "Pretty in Pink" was a song
years before John Hughes used it for the movie of the same name. "Ghostbusters" on the other hand, was written specifically for the movie.
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1983 film starring Rosanna Arquette
1965 drama with Steve McQueen & Lee Remick
Robert Benton's 1972 film with Jeff Bridges
Terrence Malick's 1973 classic
1959 song and 1991 movie
1973 classic with Robert DeNiro
This was a 1982 Horror Film
Toby recently made a movie based on the song.
A 2007 mockumentary starring Larry Bagby
"The Best Of Times," Styx
1986 movie with Robin Williams and Kurt Russell
Joan Micklin Silver's 1977 cult classic
2004 Darin biopic with Kevin Spacey
Tim Burton's 2014 film
1999 film with Doug McCallie
1990 film w/ Mel Gibson & Goldie Hawn
Awful 1966 comedy
1998 Movie Starring Patrick Swayze and Meat Loaf
From a Boris Karloff movie
1971 coming of age movie
Paul Wendkos' 1990 TV-movie film w/ Robert Ulrich
An ABC-TV movie that first aired on 12/16/1980.
Paul Schrader's 1978 classic
David Lynch's 1986 film featuring Dennis Hopper.
This film won a Razzie in 1984
1967 movie about the bank-robbing duo.
1997 about pornography with Mark Wahlberg
Two films: 1991 and 2003.
The movie actually was based on the song.
2011 nature documentary
1997 drama with Daniel Day-Lewis
1999 film w/ Hilary Swank & Chloe Sevigny
1985 dark satire directed by Terry Gilliam
1961 film with Audrey Hepburn & George Peppard
1979 U.S. TV film with Billy Crystal
1983 romantic movie with Richard Gere
Huggy Bear Bryant
1996 film that starred John Travolta
Also a 1950 western with James Stewart.
2009 drama with Tobey Maguire and Natalie Portman
2002 film with Taye Diggs
1981 comedy with Richard Pryor and Cicely Tyson
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