Everyone knows the art-punk band Devo and its hugely catchy 1980 hit 'Whip It' -- not to mention those dork-tastic flowerpot helmets. But the old-school Ohio rockers have also left a lasting footprint in Hollywood through its movie-friendly music.

In particular, bespectacled frontman Mark Mothersbaugh has composed the scores for dozens of films, including such diverse gems as 'Dumb and Dumber,' the first four Wes Anderson features, and the 2010 documentary 'Catfish.' So we figured he'd be the perfect inaugural subject of our new recurring feature, Musicians on Movies.

Mothersbaugh recently took a break from promoting 'Something for Everybody,' Devo's first album in 20 years, to e-mail us the five movies he would have liked to have scored.
Island of Lost Souls
Not Yet Rated1932
In Theaters on January 12th, 1933

Maker (Charles Laughton) of bestial mutants plots to mate panther-woman. Read More

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The Darjeeling Limited
R2007
Based on 35 critics

A man tries to re-forge familial bonds by taking his brothers on a train trip across India. Read More

To Kill A Mockingbird
Not Yet Rated1962
In Theaters on December 25th, 1962

A lawyer (Gregory Peck) defends an innocent black man for rape in 1930s Alabama. Read More

Memento
R2001
Based on 34 critics

A man (Guy Pearce) has short-term-memory loss since the murder of his wife. Read More