The School for Good and Evil Soundtrack – Every Song Featured in the Netflix movie: From people actually living their childhood to people finding their lost childhood in adulthood, everyone loves fantasies. Providing us with an escape from this world, fantasies make up for a lot of trauma. Both fantasy literature and fantasy cinema have a big following made up of audiences across ages. Since the last few years, Netflix has been home to fantasy dramas and has been doing pretty great in this genre. Netflix’s latest addition to its catalog is “The School For Good and Evil”.
Based on the book of the same name, this film is about two BFFs, Agatha and Sophie, who wind up in a magic realm where there are different schools for good and evil to balance the world. The film follows how both girls end up in different schools and navigate their way through this realm. Starring Sophia Anne Caruso and Sofia Wylie in lead roles the film also features a very well-known cast which includes Kit Young, Laurence Fishburne, Charlize Theron, Cate Blanchett, Kerry Washington, etc. Apart from a very Harry Potter-like introduction to their schools, the film also touches upon the idea that no one is all good or all evil. The magic realm’s theory of putting everyone in a box with definite attributes is what the girls try to refute. Their adventures are quite fun to watch and a great way to entertain in this holiday season.
THE SCHOOL FOR GOOD AND EVIL – ALL SONGS FEATURED IN THE NETFLIX MOVIE:
The music of the film plays a vital role which is true for any fantasy film. Helmed by Theodore Shapiro, the Original Score impresses. Previously known for his work in “13 going 30”, “The Devil wears Prada ” etc, Shapiro translates scenes into musical phenomena with great ease and helps immersion into the drama to a great level.
Along with this original score, the movie also features many popular songs which fit perfectly into the tone of the film. From Olivia Rodrigo’s “Brutal” to Billie Eilish’s “you should see me in a crown” to 2WEI’s cover of “Toxic” by Britney Spears, the soundtrack has everything you need in a hip playlist.
- “Prelude No. 1 in C Major, BWV 846: Well-Tempered Clavier” by Erica Goodman
- “Evergirls Hymn” by Theodore Shapiro & Paul Feig
- “Rock & Roll Queen” by The Subways
- “Brutal” by Olivia Rodrigo
- “you should see me in a crown” by Billie Eilish
- “Toxic” by 2WEI (Cover song of Britney Spears’s “Toxic”)
- “Space Man” by Sam Ryder
- “Who Do You Think You Are” by Kiana Ledé & Cautious Clay
- “HERE CoMES TROUBLE” by STRIKING VIPERS
- “Ready For It” by Rayelle