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Contents:
  1. Top 11 Villain Songs
  2. ‘Everything is gentrification now’: but Richard Florida isn't sorry
  3. Johnny Black Soul Chaser Series
  4. Jaws () - Connections - IMDb

Who knew Gargoyles could do Broadway? NC: Voiceover Well, not that Broadway, but All right, this joke is confused. But on top of that, the villain is pretty damn cool, too. It's a shame it came out as late as it did because I definitely would've put him on my Top 11 Disney Villains list. But, oh, well. Both the villain and the song kick ass anyway, especially near the end during the transformation.

It gets especially lively and colorful. NC: Voiceover But when it comes out, definitely give it a listen-to. It's a song that looks every bit as good as it sounds. NC: Voiceover This is a very different kind of villain song. In fact, if you heard it on its own, you wouldn't even think it was a villain song. The barber, Sweeney Todd played by Johnny Depp , is out for revenge against the judge here played by Alan Rickman because he sent him to prison and stole his now-poisoned wife.

Years later, the judge doesn't recognize him, and goes in for a shave. NC: Voiceover But rather than Todd just killing him then and there, he enjoys the time building up to the killing, symbolizing his happiness by singing about the beauty of women. NC: Voiceover There's a lot going on in this song. The Judge is singing about how he's actually going to wed Sweeney's daughter soon, as Sweeney sings about his wife, for whom this whole revenge plot is for.


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Ironically enough, they both have the exact same lyrics. NC: Voiceover They both sing this very calm, soothing melody, even though they're both about to do the most horrible, villainous things. This is what makes the song work. NC: Voiceover I decided to put these two together because they seem very similar to me. They both seem very bright, energetic and extremely over-the-top. Tim Curry's transvestite song is well known by most people. Its weird lyrics, catchy tune, and unbelievably strange subject matter is pretty unforgettable.

NC: Voiceover A lot of people forget about Steve Martin singing Dentist, though, which I think is just as enjoyable, hammy, and upbeat. NC: Voiceover They're both really funny and showcase the actor's comedic talents to their full potential. They also dig into our paranoia about strange people that we don't understand. For example, why would anyone want to be a dentist?

According to Steve Martin's song, it's because they're straight-up sadists that can get paid for their cruelty. NC: Voiceover Both these songs are a ton of fun to watch, and a real joy to listen to. Who says that evil ever has to be downbeat? NC: Voiceover Here's another song that's just a ton of fun.

Top 11 Villain Songs

Sort of. When the royals betrayed me, they made a mistake! NC: Voiceover Anastasia is often referred to as a cheap Disney knockoff, but we know that isn't true. It's upbeat, but it's also very threatening. And on top of that, the theme is so catchy, it's almost impossible to get it out of your head. NC: Voiceover And here's the funny thing about this song, at least from my point of view.

When I first heard it, I heard it on the soundtrack, without any visuals. And naturally, I thought it was awesome. When you hear it alone, though, what images come to your head? A picture of the soundtrack cover, then the Meat Loaf Bat Out of Hell covers, are shown with the song still playing. NC: Voiceover See, I think of something out of the Meat Loaf cover, like monsters singing, skeletons on guitar, or something really, really cool like that.

But then, when I finally saw the movie, what did I get? NC: Voiceover But that's just how I was introduced to it, and even then, I still had to acknowledge it's a pretty rockin' song, even if sometimes the lyrics weren't always top-notch.

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Tie my sash and a dash of cologne for that smell! NC: Voiceover Well, whether you like the lyrics or not, it's still a really fun, enjoyable song, and it's well worth the number 6 spot on the countdown. NC: Voiceover Ursula, from The Little Mermaid, gives us a crazy send-up to all of those in need, making her horrible, evil powers look like acts of genuine kindness. NC: Voiceover I like how pleasant and calm this song starts out, and moves very slow, almost like a waltz.

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They weren't kidding when they called me, well, a witch. NC: Voiceover The faster and faster it gets, the crazier and more intense the decisions become. You've got the pay the toll. Take a gulp and take a breath. And go ahead and sign the scroll. NC: Voiceover It just shows all the power-hungry energy that lies within the character, which, of course, is the purpose of most villain songs: just showing off the villain. The song looked great and sounded great. Therefore, Ursula looked great and sounded great. NC: Voiceover If you are like me, this is the point where you knew Chicago was going to be a great movie, because before that, you had three songs which were OK, but weren't really anything spectacular.

This is referencing the line, "we are going to need a bigger boat. Lego Airplane! Christmas Cruelty! Buba Shel Medina: Episode 2. Likewise, the main family may be surnamed after the protagonist of Jaws. Also, the overhead shot of the Navy ship that Godzilla swims underneath is shot like a similar scene in Jaws. Studio C: Episode 4. Coronation Street: Episode 1.

Additionally, at one point there is a Quint sign with shark skeleton on screen, similar to that seen in Jaws. The Chase: Episode 4. Total Riff Off: Man v. Inside No. Also, one particular death scene closes resembles the opening sequence of Jaws. Sharktopus vs. Bruce was the name Steven Spielberg gave to the shark they used during the filming of Jaws. Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! Also, ride based on this movie. Next Stop L. MythBusters: MythBusters vs. The fangs, the cape, the whole damn coffin. Quivers says "Lifeless eyes, black eyes, like a doll's eyes".

Bridge of Spies was first released in the 40th Anniversary year of Jaws This references to Brody in Jaws. When Brody first sees the shark, he says they are going to need a bigger boat. Agents of S.

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Countdown: Episode Hinx is killed by a rope wrapped around his neck and tied to a barrel, that is then tossed off a train. The shark was also subdued by barrels on the sea in such a way. Also the fin shots are imitated in the finale. Film Episode Fargo: Did You Do This?

No, You Did It! The Chase Australia: Episode 1. De slimste mens ter wereld: Episode 7. Tracey Ullman's Show: Episode 1. One of the main characters says: "I saw Jaws when I was 3. Such an impact! Since then I hate dentists". I mean my mouth is really dry right now. The Chase Australia: Episode 2. Be very afraid" asked during his Cash Builder round. Two Doors Down: Episode 1. A ship from Jaws is also seen. Bryan Singer 's production company, Bad Hat Harry, is named after another line from the movie.

Sports Jeopardy! The Question Jury: Episode 1. De slimste mens ter wereld: Episode 8. Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Mr. De slimste mens ter wereld: Episode 9. Kintner yells "Has anyone seen my son? He also references Roy Scheider. They didn't show the shark 'cause they couldn't afford to make it look good. The Question Jury: Episode 2. Baxtrix: Jsme na ulici! De slimste mens ter wereld: Episode VladaVideos: Jsme ztraceni v photoshopu!

The Cinema Snob: Mr. I'm a Celebrity Extra Camp: Episode 2. Save Me: Episode 1. She says: "I'm gonna need a bigger back bench". This is a reference to Richard Dreyfuss who plays George who starred in 'Jaws' in which one the most iconic movie quotes of all times comes from: "You're gonna need a bigger boat". The documentary shows toys based on the film. Melissa Fumero and Terry Crews vs.


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