The 'Bohemian Rhapsody' scene from 'Wayne's World'" tops the list of '26 Great Sing-Alongs in Movies' that was put together by the guys at Buzzfeed.com.

Here's the Top 10:

#1.)  "Bohemian Rhapsody" From "Wayne's World",  1992

#2.)  "Say A Little Prayer For You" from "My Best Friend's Wedding",  1997

#3.)  "You've Lost That Loving Feeling" from "Top Gun",  1986

#4.)  "Tiny Dancer" from "Almost Famous",  2000

#5.)  "Respect" from "Mystic Pizza",  1988

#6.)  "Bennie and the Jets" from "27 Dresses",  2008

#7.)  "Wise Up" from "Magnolia",  1999

#8.)  "Escape (If You Like Pina Coladas)" from "The Sweetest Thing",  2002

#9.)  "Sweet Caroline" from "Beautiful Girls",  1996

#10.)  "Seems" in "Empire Records",  1995

Although I'm not a big fan.  I mean, yes, they put "Shout" from "Animal House" and "Twist and Shout" from "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" on there, but those two are not even in the Top 10?

And "Afternoon Delight" from "Anchorman" is only #24?  And what about the guys from "Spinal Tap" trying to harmonize at Elvis Presley's grave?  Didn't even make the list.  I can't accept that.