Drillbit Taylor (2008) Poster

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  • Drillbit Taylor is based on an idea by American film director and comedy writer John Hughes. It was adapted for the screen by American writer Kristofor Brown and Canadian writer and comedian Seth Rogen.

  • There are 30 songs in the movie, but the studio hasn't released a soundtrack. Following are a list of the songs:

    "What Doesn't Kill You Hurts Like Hell" - Lyle Workman

    "Throw it on Me" - Timbaland featuring the Hives

    "The Right Thing" - Prophet Omega

    "The Panic" - Bernard Hermann

    "The Champ" - Ghostface Killah

    "Something's Going Down Tonight" - Ugly Duckling

    "So Gangsta" - KU

    "So Deadly" - Swollen Members

    "Satisfaction" - Benny Benassi and The Biz

    "Rip it Up" - Jet

    "Push Em Back" - Young Buck

    "Photograph" - Weezer

    "Peace of Mind" - Stone Coyotes

    "Original music" - Christophe Beck

    "Name of the Game" - Crystal Method

    "Moons and Trees" - Amir Efrat

    "Let's Play Two" - Gin Blossoms

    "King of the School" - Seth Rogen and Jacques Slade

    "I Ain't Your Savior" - Bullets and Octane

    "Holla at Me" - KU

    "Hero" - Adam Ho

    "Heart of the Beast" - Lyle Workman

    "Happy Birthday to You" - Mildred J. Hill and Patty S. Hill

    "Chain Hang Low" - Jibbs

    "Cha Cha Cha" - Jimmy Luxury

    "Balls Out" - Bloodhound Gang

    "Bad Ass" - KU

    "Ass Like That" - Eminem

    "Already Free" - Stuart Davis

    "All Along the Watchtower" - Adam Ho

  • Yes. Drillbit is a school nurse and some kid comes in because he got punched. He asks the kid to tell him the name of the kid who hit him and says that it will never happen again.

  • Even though more than 8 minutes were added to the unrated version of this movie, the new material is not that spectacular. There's some more characterization of some protagonists but nothing that can be labeled obscene or unrated.


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