Animal Attraction Soundtrack (

Animal Attraction Soundtrack (2001) cover

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Rating: 6.10/10 from 27000 votes
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Siempre a tu lado

Title in Italiano:

Qualcuno come te

Title in Português:

Alguém Como Tu


Like her more famous similar named scientist counterpart, Jane Goodale, the booking agent for Diane Roberts' local New York television talk show, becomes an expert on animals, most specifically male mating habits, in an effort to feel better about why her latest boyfriend Ray Brown broke up with her, he the new executive producer on the show.

Unlike the show's longtime producer/writer, Eddie Alden, who Jane knows is a womanizing pig, she was immediately attracted to Ray as soon as he arrived on the scene transferred from Washington DC, he who, as they started dating, she believed could be the one.

They dating was despite Ray already being in a long term relationship at the time, with only Eddie, of her work colleagues, knowing her and Ray's dating status, and only he finding out by accident.

The break up seemed to start immediately after they mutually professed their love for each other, Ray who actually said the L word first.

Jane likens the male of species to that of the bovine, a bull who no longer wants a cow after he's had her, as he can always have a new cow.

Only hidden behind a pseudonym "Dr. Mary Charles, Ph.D.", Jane is convinced by her best friend Liz, who works for a men's magazine, to piece together her bovine theory for an article for the magazine.

Complications ensue when Dr. Charles becomes the toast of the pop psychology world, Diane, who is attracted to provocative subjects, and the rest of the talk show world wanting to book her.

Beyond this issue, Jane demonstrates if she really believes her theory or if it is solely a mechanism to make herself feel better, especially as there are hints that Ray may want her back.

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Animal Attraction
Habanera from Carmen
Georges Bizet: Writer
Shelby Lynne: Writer
Shelby Lynne: Performer
It Must Be Love
Labi Siffre: Writer
Madness: Performer
Train in Vain
Annie Lennox: Performer
Joe Strummer: Writer
Woulda Coulda Shoulda
Taj Mahal: Writer
Taj Mahal: Performer
Absolutely Cuckoo
Quintet in D, K 593: Finale: Allegro
Hallelujah Chorus
Hanuman Puja
Krishna Das: Writer
Krishna Das: Performer
Radhe Shyam
Krishna Das: Writer
Krishna Das: Performer
Tannenbaum, O Tannenbaum
Ernst Anschütz: Traditional tune, lyrics
Jingle Bells
James Pierpont: Writer
Rich Alves: Writer
Joseph Saba: Writer
Joseph Saba: Performer
I'm a Tree
The Doors: Performer
Imani Coppola: Writer
Imani Coppola: Performer
Bang a Gong (Get It On)
Marc Bolan: Writer
Bus Stop: Performer
Someone Like You
Van Morrison: Writer
Van Morrison: Performer
You Are
Wynonna Judd: Writer
Wynonna Judd: Producer
Wynonna Judd: Performer
Burning Down the House
David Byrne: Writer
Tom Jones: Performer
Cavalry Charge
Stephin Merritt: Performer
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
Krishna Das: Performer
I'm a Tree
The Doors: Performer

User reviews

Michelle King

The musical score masterfully complements the themes of love, relationships, and self-reflection explored in the film, enhancing the overall viewing experience and leaving a lasting impact on the audience.

James Carter

The soundtrack of Animal Attraction perfectly captures the playful and whimsical nature of the film's plot, adding a fun and lighthearted tone to the story.

Karen Martinez

The music selection in the film effectively enhances the comedic moments, making the audience laugh and enjoy the humorous situations that Jane finds herself in throughout the movie.

Timothy Wilson

The diverse range of musical styles and genres in the soundtrack of Animal Attraction keeps the audience engaged and entertained, offering a dynamic listening experience that mirrors the ups and downs of Jane's romantic adventures.

Kimberly Davis

The musical choices in the film seem out of place at times, disrupting the flow of the story and creating a jarring disconnect between the on-screen action and the accompanying soundtrack.

Margaret Perez

The emotional depth of the soundtrack shines through during the more poignant scenes, evoking empathy and connecting the audience to Jane's journey of self-discovery and personal growth.

Linda Lewis

The soundtrack of Animal Attraction perfectly captures the emotional rollercoaster experienced by Jane as she navigates the complexities of relationships and self-discovery. The haunting melodies and poignant lyrics truly enhance the storytelling, making the audience feel deeply connected to Jane's journey.

Donna Adams

However, some tracks in the soundtrack of Animal Attraction feel repetitive and fail to evoke the intended emotional response. The music at times becomes background noise rather than a powerful storytelling tool, diminishing the impact of key scenes in the film.

Karen Lopez

The soundtrack of Animal Attraction fails to capture the emotional depth of the characters and their relationships, providing generic and forgettable music that does not enhance the viewing experience.