Life of the Party Soundtrack (

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Rating: 5.60/10 from 39000 votes
Tags: senior in college, going back to college
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

El alma de la fiesta

Title in Português:

A Rainha da Festa


Life of the Party

After dropping off their daughter Maddie to her senior year at Decatur University in Atlanta, Dan tells Deanna that he wants a divorce because he has fallen in love with another woman, a Realtor Marcie, and he also wants to sell their house under his name. Heartbroken, Deanna visits her parents Mike and Sandy to tell them what happened, but Mike is frustrated because Dan made Deanna drop out of her college because she was pregnant, as well as his overbearing ways during their marriage.

Deanna goes to see Maddie in her dorm to tell the news about her divorce and her plans to study again at the university to earn a degree in Archaeology. Maddie initially has doubts about her plan but she ultimately accepts it. Maddie introduces Deanna to her friends-Amanda, neurotic Debbie, and Helen. Deanna later meets her agoraphobic and chronically depressed roommate Leonor.

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Play Title Artist
Life of the Party
On Top of the World
Imagine Dragons: Performer
Alex da Kid: Writer
You've Got Me Up Tight
Al Gorgoni: Writer
Evie Sands: Performer
Sugar Dyed
Workin on My Tan B*tch
Jonathan Keyes: Writer
Day Ones
Baauer: Performer
Who Wanna Play
Lex Luger: Writer
Got It Like That
Owen Chaim: Writer
Owen Chaim: Performer
The Good Life
Stick Up
M.I.L.F. $
Thinking Out Loud
Girls Just Want to Have Fun
Get Outta My Dreams, Get Into My Car
The Final Countdown
Throw It Down
On a Roll
Under Pressure
Last Night Was Crazy
Still Not a Player
C'mon Let's Go
Bust 'em
Woman Up
You've Got Me Up Tight
Al Gorgoni: Performer
Real Love
John O'Brien: Performer
C'mon Let's Go
Kelly Johnson: Performer
Bust 'em
Party Favor: Performer

User reviews

David Wright

The music selection in the film effectively enhances the comedic moments, making them even more enjoyable and entertaining.

James Evans

The soundtrack features a diverse range of genres, catering to different musical tastes and adding depth to the overall viewing experience.

James Clark

The music complements the comedic elements of the film, adding an extra layer of entertainment and fun to the overall narrative.

Kenneth Rodriguez

The soundtrack features a good mix of classic hits and contemporary tracks that appeal to a wide range of audiences, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Steven Williams

The original score of the film complements the songs seamlessly, creating a cohesive blend of music throughout the movie.

Daniel King

The use of upbeat and uplifting songs in key moments of the film adds a touch of optimism and hope to Deanna's story.

John Thomas

The soundtrack of Life of the Party perfectly captures the emotional journey of the protagonist, Deanna, through its variety of songs.

Ronald Perez

The use of popular songs in the soundtrack adds a nostalgic element to the film, evoking a sense of familiarity and connection with the audience.

James Clark

The soundtrack of Life of the Party perfectly captures the emotional journey of the main character, Deanna, as she navigates through a difficult time in her life. The music enhances the scenes and creates a strong connection with the audience, making the story even more impactful.

Jennifer Rodriguez

Each song in the soundtrack complements the different moods and themes of the movie, from heartbreak to empowerment, adding depth and resonance to the overall storytelling. The music selection is diverse and well-curated, providing a rich and immersive experience for the viewers.

Donald Hill

The music in the movie effectively conveys the sense of empowerment and liberation that Deanna experiences as she decides to go back to college and pursue her dreams.

Donald Evans

The emotional depth of the songs selected for the movie resonates with the audience, creating a connection to the characters and their struggles.

Andrew Harris

The soundtrack helps to convey the themes of empowerment, self-discovery, and resilience portrayed in the film, enhancing the storytelling aspect.

Patricia Hall

Each song in the soundtrack seems carefully chosen to reflect the mood and atmosphere of the scenes, creating a cohesive and immersive audio-visual experience.

David Lopez

The songs chosen for the movie reflect the themes of self-discovery and personal growth, adding a layer of depth to the overall message of the film.

Karen Hernandez

The music in Life of the Party effectively sets the tone for different scenes, adding layers of emotion and depth to the characters' interactions.

David Harris

Overall, the soundtrack of Life of the Party is a standout element that elevates the viewing experience and leaves a lasting impact on the audience.

Patricia Jones

Overall, the soundtrack of Life of the Party is a standout element of the film, contributing significantly to its overall impact and enjoyment.

Thomas White

The soundtrack of Life of the Party effectively sets the tone for each scene, enhancing the storytelling and character development.

Charles Lee

Overall, the soundtrack of Life of the Party is a standout element of the film, elevating the storytelling and enhancing the emotional resonance of the characters' journey. It's a soundtrack that stays with you long after the movie ends, making it a memorable and enjoyable part of the viewing experience.

Donald Baker

The soundtrack failed to capture the essence of the characters' struggles and triumphs, missing the opportunity to elevate the narrative through powerful musical moments.

James Phillips

The choice of songs in the movie seemed generic and uninspired, lacking originality and failing to create a memorable musical experience for the audience.

Paul Martin

The soundtrack of Life of the Party perfectly captures the emotional journey of the main character, Deanna, as she navigates through heartbreak and rediscovery.

Nancy Hernandez

The soundtrack for Life of the Party felt disconnected from the emotional depth of the storyline, failing to enhance the poignant moments in the film.