This might be my favorite "movie moment" of all. It combines great singing by the singular Stacey Kent, jaunty music, and snappy lyrics by none other than, well, you tell us. (FYI, the singing begins about 2 minutes in.) Be sure to listen to the very end before you supply your answer. This version of Shakespeare's Richard III has been moved from England of the 1480s to England of the 1930s, a country about to be overrun by fascists. (Given the non-aggression pact the English entered into with Hitler in the '30s, this setting is not all that far-fetched.) It stars Ian McKellan, who co-wrote the adaptation with director Richard Loncraine.