What's Your Number? Soundtrack (

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Rating: 6.10/10 from 87000 votes
Tags: morning after, refusing sex
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Dime con cuántos

Title in Italiano:

(S)ex list

Title in Português:

A Lista dos Ex

Title in Français:

(S)ex List

Title in Türk:

Senden Önce

Title in Deutsch:

Der perfekte Ex


In Boston, the promiscuous Ally Darling is fired from her job in a marketing company. When her sister Daisy is arranging her wedding party, Ally reads an article in a women's magazine stating that women that have slept with more than twenty guys usually do not get married. Ally counts her affairs and realizes that she has slept with nineteen boyfriends.

Ally decides that the next man that she sleeps with will be her husband. Ally decides to seek out her former boyfriends and asks her next door neighbor, the womanizer Colin Shea, to help her to find them to check whether any of them has improved his life. Ally and Colin become close friends.

Meanwhile Ally meets Jake Adams, who was her sweetheart in high school and now is successfully managing his family's philanthropic entities. She believes she has found her Prince Charming.

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What's Your Number?
Take Back the World
Imani Coppola: Writer
Journey Home
Alan Broadbent: Writer
Alan Broadbent: Performer
My First Wish
Ali Dee: Writer
Eli 'Paperboy' Reed: Performer
Neon Trees: Performer
Chris Allen: Writer
No Self Control
Ali Dee: Writer
Ali Dee: Performer
Rise & Fall
The Cinematics: Performer
Chit Chat
Hannah Georgas: Writer
Hannah Georgas: Performer
Make It Bounce
Ali Dee: Writer
Just the Tip
Ali Dee: Writer
Wouldn't It Be Loverly
Alan Jay Lerner: Writer
My Old Man
Fred W. Leigh: Composer
Roger Webb: Arrangement
Perfect Games
Ross Flournoy: Writer
The Broken West: Performer
Wedding March
Feel Lucky
Tim Myers: Writer
Good to Go
Daniel May: Writer
The Daniel May Quartet: Performer
Three Times a Lady
Ali Dee: Produced
Lionel Richie: Writer
Boom Boom Pow
Will.i.am: Writer
The Black Eyed Peas: Performer
Motor City
Craig Armstrong: Writer
Human Rocket
Mark Mothersbaugh: Writer
Devo: Performer
Quartet for Strings 'Lark': Allegro Moderato
Joseph Haydn: Composer
Jim Long: Arrangement
The Seasons, 'June'
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: Composer
Ilona Prunyi: Performer
Music for the Royal Fireworks - La Rejouissance
The Four Seasons, 'Winter'
Antonio Vivaldi: Composer
Capella Istropolitana: Performer
Here Comes the Bride
Richard Wagner: Composer
Henry Gorman: Arrangement
Holding a Heart
Toby Lightman: Writer
Girl Named Toby: Performer
I Can See Clearly Now
Johnny Nash: Writer
That's the Way (I Like It)
Richard Finch: Writer
Bizarre Love Triangle
Stephen Morris: Writer
New Order: Performer
Just What I Needed
Ali Dee: Produced
Ric Ocasek: Writer
Neon Lights
Work 4 It
Bridal Chorus
Richard Wagner: (better known as "here comes the bride") composed
Henry Gorman: Arrangement
Jungle Flames
Charmand Grimloch: Performer
Rise & Fall
The Cinematics: Performer
Call to the Post
Ross Flournoy: Performer
Quartet for Strings 'Lark': Allegro Moderato
Mark Mothersbaugh: Performer
The Seasons, 'June'
Wicked Way
David Saw: Performer
The Four Seasons, 'Winter'
Antonio Vivaldi: Performer
That's the Way (I Like It)
Toby Lightman: Performer
Tarantella Napoletana
Stephen Morris: Performer

User reviews

Mary White

The soundtrack of What's Your Number? perfectly captures the fun and romantic vibe of the movie. The upbeat and catchy songs make every scene more enjoyable and engaging. The music selection really sets the tone for Ally's journey to find love and self-discovery.

Ashley Green

I especially loved how the soundtrack seamlessly blends different musical genres, from pop to indie, creating a diverse and dynamic listening experience. Each song enhances the emotions of the characters and adds depth to the storyline, making it a joy to listen to.

Ronald White

The use of popular songs from the late 2000s and early 2010s in the soundtrack of What's Your Number? creates a nostalgic and familiar atmosphere for viewers, making the movie more relatable.

Deborah Phillips

The songs chosen for the soundtrack are catchy and memorable, adding to the overall entertainment value of the movie and making it a joy to watch.

Mary Miller

The music in the film complements the character development, helping to convey the inner thoughts and feelings of Ally Darling as she navigates her romantic journey and self-discovery.

Joseph King

Overall, the music in the film elevates the storytelling and character development, creating a more immersive and enjoyable cinematic experience for the audience.

Edward Brown

The soundtrack of What's Your Number? effectively captures the fun and lighthearted tone of the movie, providing a playful backdrop to the romantic comedy storyline.

Jennifer Smith

Overall, the soundtrack of What's Your Number? is a delightful mix of feel-good tunes that complement the movie perfectly. It's definitely one of those soundtracks that I would listen to on repeat, even outside of watching the film.

Kimberly Campbell

Overall, the music in What's Your Number? adds an enjoyable and memorable element to the movie, contributing to its charm and entertainment value.

Laura Lopez

The soundtrack of What's Your Number? features a good balance of upbeat, energetic tracks and more emotional, heartfelt songs, catering to a range of moods and enhancing the overall viewing experience.

James Taylor

The lack of cohesion in the overall musical direction of the film made it difficult to emotionally connect with the characters and their journey, as the soundtrack failed to create a cohesive atmosphere that could elevate the storytelling.

Patricia Williams

The music choices in the film often felt mismatched with the tone of the scenes, leading to a disjointed viewing experience where the soundtrack failed to effectively complement the on-screen action.

Margaret Adams

The use of music in key scenes, such as Ally reconnecting with her high school sweetheart Jake Adams, adds depth and emotion to the storyline, making it more engaging for the audience.

Mark Wilson

The diverse selection of songs in the film's soundtrack adds depth to the different scenes, enhancing the emotional impact of key moments throughout the movie.

Betty Perez

The soundtrack of What's Your Number? felt uninspired and generic, lacking any memorable or standout tracks that enhanced the emotional depth of the story.

Charles Thomas

The soundtrack of What's Your Number? perfectly captures the fun and light-hearted tone of the movie, setting the mood for a romantic comedy with a touch of humor.

Michelle Jones

I loved how the music in the film enhances the emotional moments, particularly during Ally's journey of self-discovery and her quest to find true love.

David Scott

The soundtrack of What's Your Number? includes a great mix of classic hits and contemporary songs, appealing to a wide range of viewers and enhancing the viewing experience.