Happiness For Beginners Soundtrack: Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt has been nominated for an Emmy. Ellie Kemper, who starred in Kimmy Schmidt, returns to Netflix in the new romantic comedy film Happiness for Beginners.
The movie was written and directed by Vicky Wight the rom-com, which is based on Katherine Center’s best-selling book of the same name.
Kemper plays Helen in the film where a newly divorced single woman seeks a new perspective on her life. As a result, she signs up for a beginner’s hiking trip on the Appalachian Trail with a bunch of other beginners looking for something existential in nature.
As luck would have it, Helen is presented with a developing relationship with Jake (Luke Grimes), an attractive doctor she knew before launching on the trekking journey.
With their defenses down in the bush, Helen and Jake might discover more than they negotiated for. Happiness for Beginners, like many amazing films, has plenty of memorable music to highlight the key scenes.
Happiness For Beginners Soundtrack
Aside from the Cure song that finishes the film, Happiness for Beginners doesn’t include a lot of well-known music. This title does not feature Taylor Swift or TikTok big tracks like Prime Video’s The Summer I Turned Pretty and Compost by Sherri Chung.
However, the majority of the music is peppy and cheery, the ideal blend of songs to add to a playlist for a walk in the woods or even just around the neighborhood. Blythe Danner and Gus Birney, among others, sing a couple of songs throughout the film.
You can watch Happiness For Beginners Film on Netflix.
|2.||Ready Ready Ready||02:46|
|3.||Three Good Things||03:17|
|4.||Beckett And The Bear Hang||01:37|
|5.||Shake It Off||01:02|
|6.||I Don’t Need Saving||01:07|
|7.||Hugh Is Hurt||02:10|
|10.||My Favorite Place In The Whole World||01:03|
|11.||Going For A Walk||01:36|
|12.||It’s Helen With An H||01:04|
|13.||I’m Great At Losing People||02:43|
|14.||Nothing Matters Out Here||01:23|
|16.||Lead Us Home||02:25|
Helen Carpenter lets her offensive ten-year-younger brother push her into signing up for jungle survival training a year after her divorce.
It’s meant to be a time for her to gather herself, but when she learns that her brother’s much more offensive best friend is also joining her on the trip, she can’t understand how it won’t be a disaster.