The Golden Popcorn for Best Musical Moment honors the scene with enough melody magic to set the tone for an entire flick.
Directed by Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg
Spoiler alert! Backstreet Boys reunite in heaven to perform "Everybody" with signature boy band moves and flair for this unforgettable apocalyptic ending.
David O. Russell
Lawrence cleans and dances her frustrations away as she mouths the words to 70s classic "Live and Let Die."
During his wedding reception, DiCaprio's fraudulent Jordan Belfort pops and locks it to Bo Diddley's "Pretty Thing."
To ease the tension of stealing Sandy's identity, McCarthy's Diana shows her musical range as she attempts to sing along with the car radio -- and even hits that high note in "Barracuda."
Rawson Marshall Thurber
With eyes wide shut, Poulter's Kenny Rossmore throws it back to the 90s with a hilarious rendition of TLC's "Waterfalls."