Tropic Thunder Soundtrack
Songs from the movie Tropic Thunder Soundtrack
Movie begins. Helicopters are shooting at people on the ground.
I Love Tha Pussy – Alpa Chino
They’re talking about Alpa Chino on Access Hollywood.
Name Of The Game – The Crystal Method
They’re flying right above the jungle in the helicopter and land in a clearing.
Run Through The Jungle – Creedence Clearwater Revival
They’re trekking through the jungle together.
Sympathy For The Devil – The Rolling Stones
Tug leaves the rest of the group and treks down to the river. The other guys keep walking through the jungle.
Sometimes When We Touch – Dan Hill
Peck’s (Matthew McConaeghay) ringtone.
Low – Flo Rida
Grossman (Tom Cruise) plays this song in his office. He dances to it.
For What It’s Worth – Buffalo Springfield
Tug removes his simple Jack make-up, when a child gives him a twig oscar. Kevin is talking about the stars
Ready Set Go – Ben Gidsjoy
Plays when Damien Cockburn (Steve Coogan) and Rob Slolom (Bill Hader) are on their way to a meeting.
Get Back – Ludacris
Les dances to more music. 1st song in end credits.
The Name Of The Game – Abba
2nd song in end credits.
You’re My Brother – Theodore Shapiro
3rd song in end credits.
I Just Want To Celebrate – The Mooney Suzuki
Escalation – Matt Hirt
Gothic Monsters – Theodore Shapiro
I’d Love To Change The World – Ten Years After
Music From ‘Star Trek’ Episode ‘Arena’ – Alexander Courage
The Four Seasons: ‘Spring’ – Allegro – Capella Istropolitana
Brick House – David Way
Sadeness – Enigma
Frankenstein – Edgar Winter
Do Me! – Ricky Bell, Michael Lamone Bivins, Carl Bourelly and Ronald De Voe
The Pusher – Steppenwolf
U Can’t Do This – M.C. Hammer
Cum on Feel The Noize – Quiet Riot
Movin’ On Up – Ja’net DuBois and Jeff Barry
War – Edwin Starr
Ben Stiller’s satirical look at Hollywood, Tropic Thunder concerns the production of an epic Vietnam War film that quickly derails thanks to the giant egos of everyone involved in the production. Stiller stars as Tugg Speedman, an action hero trying to segue out of that genre. Jack Black plays Jeff Portnoy, a drug-addicted fat comic also attempting to change his image by taking on such a serious film. They star alongside Kirk Lazarus (Robert Downey Jr.), one of the world’s most awarded actors, and a man who insists on immersing himself totally in a role. In this case, that means Lazarus has had his skin dyed in order to portray an African-American soldier. After their outrageous behavior lands the film’s director, Damien Cockburn (Steve Coogan), in very hot water with producer Les Grossman (Tom Cruise), Cockburn takes the advice of grizzled Vietnam vet Four Leaf Tayback (Nick Nolte); in order to gain control of his performers, Cockburn drops the actors off in the jungle, planning to film the movie guerrilla-style with hidden cameras. When the group stumbles upon a heroin production camp, the actors are unaware that they are in very real danger. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi
Cast: Ben Stiller, Jack Black, Robert Downey, Jr., Nick Nolte, Steve Coogan, Tom Cruise