This time of year is full of lists naming the best movies of the year and the best music of the year… but this is the spot where we get to talk about both. In 2015, some fantastic directors orchestrated some truly brilliant scenes choreographed to great original and licensed songs, and this is the feature where we celebrate those specific moments.

There was a very long list of candidates vying for a spot on this list, but ultimately we were able to narrow it down to the 10 best movie music moments that we saw on the big screen in 2015. What are our choices? Read on to find out!

SPOILER WARNING: The following article does contain some major spoilers for a few of the films on this list. If you haven’t seen some of the titles, you may want to tread lightly!

Ex Machina
Oliver Cheatham’s "Get Down Saturday Night" in Ex Machina
The more time that Caleb (Domhnall Gleeson) spends at the private estate belonging to his boss, Nathan (Oscar Isaac), the stranger things get. The environment is entirely claustrophobic, and he receives not only the sense but regular warnings that he shouldn’t trust the man serving as host. And just when you think things couldn’t get weirder, the sexual advances of the robot Kyoko (Sonoya Mizuno) are interrupted by an impromptu dance party to the tune of Oliver Cheatham’s "Get Down Saturday Night."

Writer/director Alex Garland finds many ways in Ex Machina to put the audience off their game and question reality, and this is certainly one of the best examples. At this point in the film you really have no idea what to make of the genius/slimy Nathan, so what does he do? Get sloppy drunk and perform a perfectly choreographed dance routine with his robot gal pal to the tune of a disco hit. It’s an elegant summation of everything that makes the movie great.

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