Discussion in 'Mayberry Lounge' started by revoltub, Nov 11, 2020.
What is the better song to put in a movie after love is hurting the main character montage.
Obviously Everybody Hurts. It makes the poor sad cunt more relatable.
They're both so on the nose that I don't care much for either as a song, much less in a movie. Love Hurts is the better song while Everybody Hurts would be a bit less intrusive in a movie.
Love Hurts seems to have been bastardized more by commercial jingle parodies and such. I think there is a cutoff somewhere around before 2000 where love hurts can appear in a film without being overtly corny.
That and Everybody Hurts enters the picture more slowly and softly. Love Hurts really lets you know right off the bat what it's in the movie for.
But yeah, commercials have undermined many a song...
Shit. I love that song in movies
No nineties high school movie wasn't complete without this.
Both are crap jk both are good everyone hurts is better tho
Love Hurts is better for a character who feels like they've been betrayed.
Everybody Hurts is better for a character who feels like they've hit rock bottom.
I still like Reznors original version better personally.
What is love?
Baby don't hurt me
Don't hurt me
Don't forget this one for 2000s romantic comedies
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