Fatboy Slim 1998

Praise You was shot outside a movie theater in Westwood, California, without obtaining permission from the property owners, in front of puzzled onlookers. Jonze and a dance group dance to "Praise You," much to the theater owner's chagrin, who attempts to turn off their portable stereo.

6/103 ratings

Björk 1995

It's Oh So Quiet features everything in slow motion as Björk sings the verses, and during the riotous chorus, everything returns to regular speed and everyone near her dances along. The video begins in a tire shop before following Björk outside on a sidewalk dance among colorful umbrellas, evoking movie musicals like The Umbrellas of Cherbourg.

7.6/105 ratings

Fatboy Slim 2001

Weapon of Choice features Christopher Walken dancing and flying around in the empty Los Angeles Marriott hotel. Walken trained as a tap dancer before his acting career took off. He said the video gave him the opportunity to do "something different."

7.75/108 ratings

Puff Daddy Lil' Kim The Lox The Notorious B.I.G. 1997

It's All About the Benjamins has several videos. The Rock Remix, directed by Spike Jonze, was nominated for several awards, including Best Music Video at the VMAs. It features the group arriving at a high school prom to see a lackluster band performing for a bored audience. Puff Daddy goes to the stage and sings a rock version of his song to the pleasure of the audience.

5.33/103 ratings

Weezer 1994

Buddy Holly features Weezer performing at the original Arnold's Drive-In diner from Happy Days. The video combined contemporary footage of the band with clips from the show. Happy Days cast member Al Molinaro made a cameo appearance in the video. Al plugs his hometown, Kenosha, Wisconsin, in the introduction.

8/108 ratings

Beastie Boys 1993

Sabotage is an homage and parody of 1970s crime drama television series like Hawaii Five-0, The Streets of San Francisco, S.W.A.T., Baretta, and Starsky and Hutch. In the video, the band members appear as the show's characters. Each band member is introduced as a fictional actor and the character he plays.

9.22/109 ratings