Note: Below is a complete playlist of all 6 songs that can be heard in the Netflix movie “Good on Paper”. Some of these commercial songs are not included on the official soundtrack album, but are used in the movie.
All 6 songs featured in “Good on Paper”:
|Watch Out - Clintongore|
Timestamp: 0:01 | Scene: song can be heard at the beginning of the film. Andrea is shown performing as a stand-up comedian.
|Over Here - Mk Gee|
Timestamp: 0:11 | Scene: The Los Angeles highway is shown at night. A white car parks. Andrea gets out of the car. Andrea looks at her smartphone. When she looks to the side, she sees a large billboard featuring Serrena Halstead. She extends both middle fingers towards the billboard. She can then be seen in a bar.
|Pirouette - Jay Som|
Timestamp: 0:16 | Scene: Andrea is in bed with an unknown man. She writes Dennis a text message. Shortly after, Andrea, Dennis, Margot and are shown in a bar. Dennis pays for the meal. Dennis and Andrea are buying tacos.
|So High - BONNIE X CLYDE|
Timestamp: 0:27 | Scene: Dennis and Andrea go to a club. They dance with each other.
|Don't Wanna Lose - Ex Hex|
Timestamp: 1:06 | Scene: Margot pours Dennis an alcoholic drink at the bar.
|No Going Back - Yuno|
Timestamp: 1:29 | Scene: Song is heard at the end of the film. Andrea, Margot and Maggie look at the billboard showing Dennis as a liar and a cheat. The credits follow.
What’s the movie about?
For many years, Andrea Singer (Iliza Shlesinger) only cared about her career as a stand-up comedian and neglected love – even though there was no shortage of admirers and potential candidates during this time. But then one day she meets the equally weird and charming nerd Dennis (Ryan Hansen), who takes her heart by storm. Suddenly, Andrea’s life begins to change abruptly. However, Andrea’s best friend Margot (Margaret Cho) is not convinced that Dennis is really the man he seems to pretend to be. Something seems suspicious about the guy to her. She gets Andrea to get to the bottom of it. A mission that soon brings unexpected results and uncovers numerous contradictions in Dennis’ descriptions.