A film’s soundtrack goes hand in hand with the experience that you have watching it. It changes your perception of the film, and how you remember it. There are often misconceptions about which songs were made for movies, and which ones existed before the films. That’s how great of a job the songs were at being utilized in the projects. I’ve picked five that are hard to believe.
5: Don’t You Forget About Me By Simple Minds Wasn’t Made for The Breakfast Club
It is incredible how well the track by Simple Minds sums up the movie and caps it off at the end. The hit was actually created by the band before they were approached by John Hughes for its inclusion in the movie. The original cut of the song is over six minutes, and the single version gave the track a new life when The Breakfast Club was released. Try pulling these two properties apart. I can’t.