Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult Soundtrack (


Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult is a comedy film that follows the bumbling detective Frank Drebin as he comes out of retirement to help prevent a terrorist plot. In this final installment of the Naked Gun series, Frank must go undercover at a prison to uncover the plan to blow up the Academy Awards ceremony.

As Frank navigates the dangerous world of espionage and comedy, he must also deal with personal issues, including his rocky relationship with his wife Jane. With the help of his trusty sidekicks, Ed and Nordberg, Frank races against time to stop the terrorists and save the day.

Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult is filled with slapstick humor, witty one-liners, and over-the-top action sequences that will keep audiences laughing from start to finish. Don't miss this hilarious conclusion to the Naked Gun trilogy!

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Play Title Artist
Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult
Hip to Be Square
Stayin' Alive
The Bee Gees: Performer
Johnny Mathis: Performer
Great Balls of Fire
Jerry Lee Lewis: Performer
This Could Be the Start of Something
99 Bottles Of Beer Boogie
The Food Song
Stayin' Alive
Barry Gibb: Performer
For He's a Jolly Good Fellow
Ira Newborn: Performer

User reviews

Charles Walker

Mark Baker

Overall, the soundtrack felt like an afterthought, with generic and unmemorable tunes that did not contribute positively to the movie's atmosphere.

Kimberly Jones

Deborah Thompson

The music in the film effectively underscores the hilarious antics of Frank Drebin and his companions, adding an extra layer of humor to the scenes.

Paul Robinson

The catchy and memorable tunes in the film's score stay with you long after the movie ends, serving as a delightful reminder of the comedic moments you enjoyed.

Thomas Clark

The variety of musical styles in the soundtrack, from whimsical melodies to suspenseful themes, mirrors the diverse range of emotions and situations depicted in the movie.

Carol Clark

I found the musical choices to be uninspired and forgettable, failing to enhance the overall viewing experience of the film.

Jennifer Baker

The seamless integration of the soundtrack with the on-screen action showcases the skillful craftsmanship of the composers and enhances the comedic timing of the film's jokes and gags.