The OSTs from my youth that have defined me, but are also really good. Non-musical movies only.
  1. Kiki's Delivery Service (1989).
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    For a while, these songs were the only non-Disney songs that I knew. I still hum the theme all the time when I'm walking.
  2. Pokemon 2000 (2000).
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    BEGINS WITH BELIEVING.
  3. The Princess Diaries (2001).
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    My sister and I choreographed a dance to every single one of these songs.
  4. What a Girl Wants (2003).
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    Featuring a father-daughter dance to Van Morrison's "Have I Told You Lately," also known as THE DREAM. (see SONGS THAT DESCRIBE THE IDEAL LEVEL OF BEING LOVED and MY FAVORITE LOVE SCENES)
  5. The Lizze McGuire Movie (2003).
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    More original choreography by me, usually with a hairbrush microphone for effect.
  6. Freaky Friday (2003).
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    I have never wanted to be in a band, but I feel like I COULD be. That closing number tho.
  7. Pixel Perfect (2004).
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    Yes, the Disney Channel Original Movie. Also the first soundtrack that I ever bought. Literally hunted at Borders for this.
  8. Ella Enchanted (2004).
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    Anything by Annie Hathaway, let's be real. Also lots of weird pop numbers about magic.
  9. She's the Man (2006).
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    All-American Rejects FTW.