The Interview Soundtrack (

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Rating: 6.50/10 from 352000 votes
Tags: finger bitten off, assassination attempt, dictator, alternate history
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

The Interview

Title in Italiano:

The Interview

Title in Português:

Uma Entrevista de Loucos


The CIA recruits a talk-show host "James Franco" and his producer "Seth Rogen" to kill North Korean leader Kim Jong-UN in this comedy from writer/director duo Rogen and Evan Goldberg "This Is the End".

Franco plays Dave Skylark, a vapid talk-show host known for chasing celebrity gossip, while Rogen is his producer Aaron Rapaport, who's desperate to do more serious journalism.

When Dave discovers that North Korean leader Kim Jong-UN, played here by Randall Park is a big fan of his show, the pair decides to arrange an interview with him in order to boost their credibility.

And the CIA, in turn, decide to use these two and the access they'll have to assassinate Kim.

Aaron is all for it, but Dave is an easily swayed idiot who quickly falls under Kim's spell and begins to see the dictator as a wounded man-child rather than someone worth killing.

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The Interview
Yuna's Song
Sujin Nam: Writer
The Interview Freestyle
Eminem: Writer
Medicine Ball
Eminem: Writer
The Heavy: Performer
Spencer Page: Writer
New York Soul
Ray Barretto: Performer
Ray Barretto: Writer
Cowboy on the Run
Jay Chou: Performer
Jay Chou: Writer
The White Stripes: Performer
Get Up (Rattle)
Bingo Players: Performer
Lil Jon: Writer
Usher: Performer
I'm Afraid of Americans (Nine Inch Nails V1 Mix)
David Bowie: Performer
David Bowie: Writer
Walk On By
Isaac Hayes: Performer
Burt Bacharach: Writer
Pon De Floor
Major Lazer: Performer
Vybz Kartel: Writer
A Milli
A Tribe Called Quest: Performer
Lil' Wayne: Performer
Lil' Wayne: Writer
The Chambers Brothers: Performer
Katy Perry: Performer
Katy Perry: Writer
Got Your Money
Chad Hugo: Writer
Pixie Promenade
Welcome to the Jungle
Bam Bam
Wind of Change
Pixie Promenade Remix

User reviews

Nancy Martin

Overall, the music in The Interview complements the on-screen action and dialogue well, contributing to the overall enjoyment of the film.

Michelle King

The integration of popular songs into the soundtrack adds a familiar and relatable element to the film, making it more enjoyable for viewers.

Timothy Martinez

The soundtrack effectively sets the mood for different scenes, from lighthearted moments to more intense sequences, showcasing a good range of musical styles.

Stephanie Turner

The original score of The Interview complements the on-screen action seamlessly, creating a cohesive and immersive cinematic experience.

Kimberly Perez

The soundtrack features memorable tracks that stay with the audience even after the film has ended, leaving a lasting impression.

Joseph Green

The soundtrack of The Interview perfectly captures the comedic and satirical tone of the film. The mix of upbeat and quirky tracks enhances the humor and adds to the overall enjoyment of the movie experience.

Laura Rodriguez

The use of upbeat and energetic music in key moments of the movie helps to enhance the humor and keep the audience engaged.

James Green

The incorporation of popular songs and original compositions in the soundtrack adds depth to the storytelling and creates a more immersive experience for the viewers.

Lisa Jones

The lack of cohesion in the soundtrack of The Interview makes it difficult to connect emotionally with the characters and the story. The music seems disconnected from the tone and themes of the movie, resulting in a jarring and disjointed listening experience.

William Adams

The soundtrack of The Interview feels out of place and fails to enhance the comedic or thrilling moments of the film. The music choices often feel generic and uninspired, lacking the creativity needed to elevate the overall viewing experience.

Deborah Jackson

The use of upbeat and energetic music in key moments of the film adds a layer of excitement and fun to the story.

Melissa Miller

The repetitive use of certain tracks in The Interview becomes tiresome and distracting, taking away from the dialogue and action on screen. The overused motifs and melodies do not add depth or complexity to the scenes, but instead feel like a lazy attempt to fill the soundtrack with forgettable background noise.

Donald Martinez

The soundtrack of The Interview perfectly captures the comedic and satirical tone of the film, adding to the overall entertainment value.

George Robinson

The variety of musical styles and genres in the soundtrack keeps the audience engaged and entertained throughout the movie.

Michelle Turner

The soundtrack of The Interview perfectly captures the comedic and adventurous tone of the film, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Paul Turner

Overall, the music in The Interview contributes to the film's success by enhancing the storytelling and adding depth to the characters and their interactions.

Andrew King

The musical choices in The Interview are diverse and well-suited to each scene, creating a dynamic and engaging atmosphere throughout the film. From catchy pop tunes to dramatic orchestral pieces, the soundtrack complements the action and dialogue, elevating the viewing experience.

Amanda White

The soundtrack effectively sets the mood for the different scenes, whether it's a humorous exchange between characters or a suspenseful moment in the plot.