Diner Soundtrack (

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Rating: 7.10/10 from 23000 votes
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Title in Italiano:

A cena con gli amici

Title in Português:

Adeus amigos


Early twenty-something Baltimoreans Eddie, Shrevie, Boogie, Billy, Fenwick and Modell have been friends since they were kids, and the center of their lives has been and still is the Fells Point Diner.

In the last week of 1959, Baltimore Colts fanatic Eddie is scheduled to marry Elyse on New Year's Eve, but might call it off if she doesn't pass his Colts quiz on the 29th.

Inexperienced Eddie turns to the only other married one of their bunch, electronics salesman and music aficionado Shrevie, for advice, but Shrevie might not be the best marriage advisor since he doesn't yet realize he probably married his wife Beth for the wrong reasons.

Beth has lost her sense of identity, is unhappy in her marriage, and contemplates having an affair with someone who provides what she believes is a sympathetic shoulder.

Hairdresser and law school student Boogie is the player of the bunch and has major financial problems because of his quest for the fast buck.

Generally strait-laced Billy, Eddie's best man who has been away getting his MBA, has come back to Baltimore a few days early to clarify his relationship with his girlfriend Barbara.

Smart-aleck Fen is a college dropout who lives off his trust fund and doesn't much like his family--just what their money can buy him.

And insecure Modell is afraid to ask for anything directly. As 1960 approaches, they collectively deal with how to truly be adults.

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It's All in the Game
Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On
A Teenager in Love
Dream Lover
I Wonder Why
Come Go With Me
Beyond the Sea
Honey Don't
Merry Christmas Baby
Run Rudolph Run
Ubangi Stomp
Take Out Some Insurance
Havin' Fun
Ain't Got No Home
Smokestack Lightning
Whole Lotta Loving
Mr. Blue
Where or When
Reconsider Baby
Somethin' Else
Don't Be Cruel
Why Don't You Do Right?
Goodbye Baby
Blue Moon
Main Title - A Summer Place
It's All in the Game
Carl Sigman: Performer
Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On
Sunny David: Performer
Honey Don't
Carl Perkins: Performer
Havin' Fun
Memphis Slim: Performer
Ain't Got No Home
Clarence 'Frogman' Henry: Performer
Somethin' Else
Bob Cochran: Performer
Don't Be Cruel
Otis Blackwell: Performer
Why Don't You Do Right?
Lil Green: Performer
La Bamba
Jack Scott: Performer
Baltimore Colts Fight Song
Jack Scott: Performer

User reviews

Kenneth Smith

The use of classic rock 'n' roll hits in the film enhances the storytelling, adding depth and emotion to key moments. It's a brilliant choice that elevates the viewing experience.

Laura Martinez

The jazz and doo-wop tracks in the soundtrack create a sense of timelessness, making the film feel both familiar and fresh. The music enhances the overall mood and tone of the movie.

Laura Hall

The emotional depth conveyed through the music in Diner adds layers to the characters' personal struggles and relationships, making their stories more relatable and engaging.

Margaret Thompson

The use of classic rock and doo-wop songs in the soundtrack enhances the sense of time and place, transporting the audience back to a specific era with authenticity and charm.

Michael Rodriguez

The soundtrack of Diner is not just a collection of songs, but a character in itself, enriching the narrative and bringing the world of the film to life in a truly memorable way.

Joshua Anderson

The soundtrack's seamless integration with the narrative enhances the overall viewing experience, creating a cohesive and immersive cinematic world that lingers in the mind long after the film has ended.

Andrew Miller

The soundtrack of Diner perfectly captures the nostalgic and bittersweet atmosphere of early 1960s Baltimore. The music sets the tone for the film's exploration of friendship, love, and growing up.

Timothy Phillips

The musical cues are perfectly timed, enhancing the emotional impact of pivotal scenes. The soundtrack doesn't just complement the visuals, but elevates them to a new level of poignancy.

Donna Hall

The soundtrack of Diner perfectly captures the nostalgic and vibrant atmosphere of 1950s Baltimore. Each song transports me to that era and immerses me in the characters' lives.