The Comebacks Soundtrack (

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Rating: 4.30/10 from 12000 votes
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Los futboleros

Title in Italiano:

Il peggior allenatore del mondo

Title in Português:

The Comebacks


Lambeau Fields lives a middle-class lifestyle in America along with his wife, Barb, and a gorgeous daughter, Michelle, who he has brought up as a son.

Lambeau is a failure and has virtually given up on his career as a football coach.

Then his friend, Freddie Wiseman, encourages him to re-enter this field, and he does so by re-locating to Plainfolk in Texas and joins the Heartland State University.

It is here he will meet some of the most pathetic players, and quite disillusioned he goes about to find new-comers.

He finds a kicker in Jasminder Featherfoot, provided of course, he keeps her involvement secret from the rest of her family.

Then he finds Lance Truman, whose drag queen dad has brought him up more like a tom-girl.

With these additions and others Lambeau sets forth to include his team in the next Super...Er...Toilet Bowl 2 series, and it is here that he will find that Lance fumbles a lot; Barb is not quite faithful as she seems; he will soon be in jail for Indecent Exposure; Michelle has a black boyfriend; and Freddie has a hidden agenda.

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The Comebacks
Don't Stop Believin'
Journey: Performer
Steve Perry: Writer
Back Move
Kwamé: Performer
Kwamé: Writer
Nu Rock
Morningwood: Performer
Chantal Claret: Writer
It's Raining Men
Paul Jabara: Writer
The Weather Girls: Performer
Hey Sweet Lady
Kwamé: Performer
Kwamé: Writer
Slide It in
David Coverdale: Writer
Whitesnake: Performer
Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy
Close Your Eyes
Dan Keyes: Writer
Giddy Up Lil' Pony
Daniel DiPrima: Writer
Ohio Players: Performer
Willie Beck: Writer
Coolest Cat
Mr. Collipark: Writer
The Queen and I
Sam Hollander: Writer
Gym Class Heroes: Performer
A Night in Jail So Hott
Kwamé: Performer
Kwamé: Writer
Stand Up
Jet: Performer
Chris Cester: Writer
Bad Boys
Ian Lewis: Writer
Ali Dee: Performer
Shoot the Runner
Kasabian: Performer
Can't Keep a Legend in the Shadows for Long
Christopher Lennertz: Produced
David Koechner: Performer
David Koechner: Writer
Contract Rancheros
Teen Angst
Wardrobe Malfunction
K's #1
Kwamé: Performer
Kwamé: Writer
"T&A" - White Beaver
"Can't Keep a Legend in the Shadows" - David Koechner & Andy Paley
The Comebacks - Main Title
Yanking Off Horses
Coach Takes the Job
Locker Room Speed / ACL Tears It Up
Jorge Juanson
Comebacks' 1st Win
The Cornfield
Dad and Macdonald / Victory
Steers and Shears
Love Theme
Die Sad!
Taking Care of Business
Friday Night Who?
All the Way to Mexico
Halftime Inspiration
They're Killing Us
Randy's Dream
Randy's Nightmare / Cool Hand Coach
The Boob TD
Go for the Win!

User reviews

Ashley Davis

The soundtrack features catchy and memorable tunes that stay with you long after watching the movie. The songs are well-chosen and perfectly complement the on-screen action.

Margaret Parker

While not groundbreaking, the music in The Comebacks succeeds in creating a fun and entertaining atmosphere that aligns well with the film's comedic narrative.

Donald Jackson

The soundtrack fails to leave a lasting impression or evoke strong emotions, blending into the background rather than standing out as a standout feature of the film.

Stephanie Lewis

Overall, the soundtrack of The Comebacks is a standout feature of the movie that enhances the viewing experience and leaves a lasting impression. It is a delightful blend of music that adds charm and energy to the storytelling.

Donna Baker

One, the soundtrack for The Comebacks felt disjointed and lacking coherence. The music choices seemed random and did not enhance the scenes or emotions portrayed in the film.

Joshua Lopez

The soundtrack may appeal to fans of light-hearted comedies looking for a simple and enjoyable viewing experience.

Timothy Green

The soundtrack of The Comebacks is truly exceptional, perfectly capturing the comedic and heartwarming moments of the movie. The music selection enhances the storyline and adds depth to each scene, creating a truly immersive experience for the audience.

James Taylor

The soundtrack of The Comebacks perfectly captures the comedic and uplifting tone of the movie. Each track enhances the scenes and adds to the overall entertainment value.

Linda Moore

The music choices complement the quirky characters and absurd situations in the movie, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Daniel Martin

The use of different musical genres in the soundtrack adds depth and variety to the listening experience. From upbeat pop songs to dramatic orchestral pieces, there is something for every mood.

Donald Wilson

The soundtrack of The Comebacks does a decent job of setting the tone for the comedic and light-hearted nature of the film.

Robert Thomas

Overall, the music in The Comebacks is functional and serves its role in enhancing the comedic elements of the story, but it doesn't offer much in terms of depth or innovation.

Karen Mitchell

Some of the song selections feel a bit cliché and predictable, lacking originality or a unique artistic touch.

Susan Smith

Two, the songs selected for the film felt outdated and out of touch with the modern audience. It failed to connect with the viewers and instead distracted from the overall viewing experience.

Linda Lopez

The musical score of The Comebacks effectively builds tension during key moments of the film, creating a sense of excitement and anticipation. It heightens the emotional impact of certain scenes and keeps the audience engaged.

David Lewis

Three, the original score composition in The Comebacks felt generic and uninspired. It did not add any depth or originality to the film, making it forgettable and unremarkable in comparison to other sports comedy soundtracks.

Dorothy Jackson

While the soundtrack may not be particularly memorable or groundbreaking, it serves its purpose of supporting the on-screen action effectively.

Stephanie King

The use of different musical genres in the soundtrack is impressive, showcasing a diverse range of styles that complement the various themes and emotions portrayed in the film. From uplifting and motivational tracks to emotional ballads, the soundtrack of The Comebacks is a delightful mix that elevates the overall viewing experience.

James Miller

The incorporation of sports-related anthems and motivational tunes in the soundtrack amplifies the underdog story of Lambeau Fields and his team. It creates a sense of triumph and determination that resonates with the audience.

Kimberly Harris

The use of upbeat and energetic tracks in certain scenes adds to the humor and helps maintain the film's fast-paced rhythm.