So, the 80's were, to me, the apex of the movie soundtrack pop song. I mean, when else could you have respectable artists like Tina Turner earnestly singing about going " beyond Thunderdome"? It was like the perfect mixture of pure commercialism and enthusiastic pop naivete. So, I'm trying to compile a list of these. I'm looking for 80's pop anthems from popular movie soundtracks that make their allegiance to the product clear by explicitly referencing the movie (its title or distinct plot elements) in their title or lyrics. So, I'm not looking for stuff like "Danger Zone" that, while inextricably linked to a movie, is generic enough, lyrically, to stand apart. Nor, a song like "Pretty in Pink" which lent its name to a movie, but pre-dated and inspired the movie title, rather than vice verse. I'm looking for something like "St. Elmo's Fire" where the singer is belting out lines about the movie without a hint of irony. So, this is what I've got so far... "Ghostbusters" "A View To a Kill" "St. Elmo's Fire" "Flashdance...What A Feeling" "We Don't Need Another Hero" "Goonies R Good Enough" "Footloose" "The Neverending Story" "On Our Own" "Dream Warriors" What am I missing?