Bowfinger Soundtrack (

Bowfinger Soundtrack (1999) cover

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Rating: 6.50/10 from 74000 votes
Tags: guerrilla filmmaking, scientology parody
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Bowfinger, el pícaro

Title in Italiano:


Title in Português:

O Sem-Vergonha

Title in Français:

Bowfinger, roi d'Hollywood

Title in Türk:

Çatlak yönetmen

Title in Deutsch:

Bowfingers große Nummer


Living at the fringes of Hollywood's star system, second-rate movie producer Bobby Bowfinger is teetering on the brink of bankruptcy. However, when Bobby gets his hands on a bold and surprisingly fresh script, all he needs is a camera, a crew, and a star, preferably insecure megastar Kit Ramsey, to shoot his ambitious project. Now, armed with a desperate but cunning plan and the unconditional help of an unexpected ally, devious Bobby embarks on a mission to make a film on a shoestring budget, and he won't take no for an answer. After all, to survive in the cut-throat world of show business, one must be prepared to do whatever it takes to succeed. But the question remains. Can shameless Bobby pull off the ultimate scheme?

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You're a Wonderful One
Marvin Gaye: Performer
Lamont Dozier: Writer
After Hours
Daniel May: Writer
Daniel May: Performer
The Eau Zone
Jimmy Kaleth: Performer
Legend of a Cowgirl
Imani Coppola: Writer
Imani Coppola: Performer
Wake Up
Geoff Levin: Writer
Geoff Levin: Performer
Super Smooth
Emanuel Kallins: Writer
Fourth Floor Ladies Shoes
Daniel May: Writer
Daniel May: Performer
And I Love You So
Perry Como: Performer
Don McLean: Writer
Setembro (Brazilian Wedding Song)
Quincy Jones: Performer
Ivan Lins: Writer
Mambo UK
Jesús Alemañy: Writer
¡Cubanismo!: Performer
Super Bad, Super Slick
James Brown: Writer
James Brown: Performer
A Fifth of Beethoven
Walter Murphy: Writer
Walter Murphy: Performer
Secret Agent Man
Steve Barri: Writer
Johnny Rivers: Performer
Pick Up the Pieces
Roger Ball: Writer
Average White Band: Performer
Kung Fu Fighting
Carl Douglas: Writer
Bus Stop: Performer
There Is Always One More Time
Doc Pomus: Performer
You're a Wonderful One
Lamont Dozier: Performer

User reviews

Kenneth Martin

Each track in the soundtrack complements the scenes in the movie, enhancing the overall viewing experience and immersing me further into the story.

Ronald Perez

I found the choice of songs in the soundtrack to be jarring and out of place, disrupting the flow of the film rather than enhancing it. The lack of cohesion in the musical selections detracted from the overall viewing experience and left me feeling disconnected from the characters and the plot.

Daniel Baker

The soundtrack of Bowfinger is a delightful mix of upbeat and energetic tunes that perfectly capture the hustle and bustle of Hollywood's star system.

Elizabeth Rodriguez

The soundtrack of Bowfinger lacked originality and failed to elevate the emotional impact of the scenes. The music felt generic and uninspired, making it difficult for me to fully immerse myself in the story.

Edward Wright

The soundtrack of Bowfinger perfectly captures the chaotic and comedic tone of the movie, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Donald Brown

Overall, the soundtrack of Bowfinger is a well-crafted mix of different musical styles that effectively complements the narrative and characters, making it an essential element of the movie's success.

Dorothy Adams

On the other hand, some of the more dramatic and emotional pieces in the soundtrack provide a nice contrast, showcasing the characters' vulnerabilities and struggles amidst the chaos of Hollywood.

George Lewis

The memorable melodies and catchy rhythms of the soundtrack stayed with me long after the movie ended, making me want to revisit the film just to enjoy the music again.

Patricia Miller

The use of upbeat and energetic music in certain scenes helps to heighten the sense of urgency and desperation felt by the characters, adding to the humor of the film.

Anthony Martinez

The use of different musical styles in the soundtrack adds depth and dimension to the film, showcasing the diverse talents of the composers and musicians involved in its creation.

Donna Wright

Overall, the soundtrack of Bowfinger is a standout element of the film, elevating it from good to great and leaving a lasting impression on me as a viewer.