Becky Soundtrack (

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Becky is being bullied at school and her relationship with her father is strained by losing her mother to cancer. On what Becky thinks is a father daughter weekend away, her father's girlfriend and her son arrive. Over dinner they announce to Becky that they are getting married. To make things worse, when Becky and her dog head off to be alone at her fort in the woods, escaped Neo Nazi prisoners show up looking for a key hidden long ago in the basement. But the key is no longer in the basement, it's in Becky's fort, and when Becky has nothing left to lose, she's out for vengeance.

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The Oogum Boogum Song
Love Me
Who Let The Dogs Out
Waterloo Sunset - Mono Mix
Love Lies (with Normani)
Nobody Speak
Feel It Still
Never Fall In Love
Out the Speakers
As Long As You Love Me
Add It Up
Monster Mash
Sink In
I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)
Super Freak
Strawberries & Cigarettes
Bad Romance
The Star Spangled Banner (feat. The Florida Orchestra) - Live from Super Bowl XXV
Someday At Christmas
Shine A Light
Wild Heart
Alfie's Song (Not So Typical Love Song)
Keeping A Secret
In My Blood
Little Secrets
ocean eyes
Waltz #2 (XO)
My Own Mystery
With Arms Outstretched
Good Friend
Thinkin Bout You
Love Is
Piano Sonata No. 12 in F major, K. 332
Every Day's A Nightmare
Doug Conlon: Writer
Boss Lady
Aesop Rock: Writer
The Other Side Of Mt. Heart Attack
Angus Andrew: Writer
Liars: Performer
Nima Fakhrara: Performer
Nima Fakhrara: Performer
Nima Fakhrara: Performer
Nima Fakhrara: Performer
Do Something
Nima Fakhrara: Performer
Nima Fakhrara: Performer
Nima Fakhrara: Performer
Nice Life Together
Nima Fakhrara: Performer
Tree House
Nima Fakhrara: Performer
There Once Was A Little Girl
Nima Fakhrara: Performer
You Gotta Catch Me
Nima Fakhrara: Performer
The Boat
Nima Fakhrara: Performer
Having Fun?
Nima Fakhrara: Performer
Ending This
Nima Fakhrara: Performer

User reviews

Melissa Carter

The music in Becky enhances the sense of urgency and danger during the scenes involving the Neo Nazi prisoners, creating a palpable atmosphere of fear and suspense.

Patricia Thompson

The use of poignant and evocative melodies in the soundtrack of Becky enhances the emotional impact of key scenes, immersing viewers in Becky's journey of self-discovery and empowerment.

Richard Parker

The use of music in Becky often feels disconnected from the intense and violent scenes unfolding on screen. Instead of enhancing the tension and drama, the soundtrack feels out of place and at times even detracts from the impact of the story, creating a jarring and disjointed viewing experience.

Robert Jackson

The soundtrack of Becky features a diverse range of musical styles that reflect the different aspects of Becky's personality and struggles, adding complexity to her character development.

Ashley Jackson

The use of haunting melodies and powerful instrumentals in the soundtrack adds a layer of depth to Becky's emotional journey, making her character arc more compelling.

Patricia Moore

The soundtrack of Becky skillfully sets the tone for the tense and suspenseful moments in the film, keeping viewers on the edge of their seats throughout.

Ashley Carter

The soundtrack of Becky fails to capture the emotional depth and complexity of the protagonist's struggles. The music feels generic and uninspired, lacking the nuance needed to convey the pain and turmoil Becky is experiencing due to bullying and the loss of her mother.

Kenneth Moore

The music in Becky effectively conveys the feelings of isolation and anger that Becky experiences as she deals with bullying at school and the loss of her mother.

Dorothy Clark

The soundtrack of Becky perfectly captures the emotional turmoil and intensity of the storyline, enhancing the viewer's connection to the characters' struggles.

Elizabeth Brown

The soundtrack of Becky effectively captures the emotional turmoil of the main character, blending haunting melodies with intense beats to reflect the inner struggles of a young girl facing bullying and family issues.

Richard Moore

The soundtrack of Becky perfectly captures the emotional turmoil and intensity of the film's plot. Each track enhances the tension and suspense, creating a truly immersive experience for the audience.

Dorothy Johnson

Overall, the soundtrack of Becky is a standout element of the film, enriching the storytelling and providing a memorable auditory experience that complements the intense and gripping narrative.

Donna Young

The emotional resonance of the music in Becky elevates the film's storytelling, allowing viewers to empathize with Becky's pain and determination to seek vengeance.

George Anderson

The use of haunting melodies and powerful orchestrations in the soundtrack of Becky effectively conveys the inner struggles and determination of the main character. The music elevates key moments in the film, adding depth and emotional resonance to Becky's journey of seeking vengeance.

John Turner

The soundtrack of Becky effectively underscores the themes of family, loss, and resilience present in the film, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Edward Lopez

Overall, the music in Becky plays a crucial role in setting the tone and atmosphere of the film, elevating the viewing experience and highlighting the resilience and strength of the protagonist in the face of adversity.

Dorothy King

The soundtrack effectively conveys the sense of isolation and desperation that Becky feels as she navigates the challenges in her life, providing a powerful backdrop to her transformation from a victim to a fierce avenger.

Anthony Allen

The use of dark and suspenseful music in key moments of the film adds depth and tension to the storyline, enhancing the audience's connection to Becky's journey of revenge against the Neo Nazi prisoners who invade her sanctuary in the woods.