Instead of asking a question about a song in an article comment and then giving the answer in another comment, how about putting all of those in the Trivia or Background Information sections so they won't get lost or pushed aside as new comments are posted?
You have been adding a lot of fan fiction recently, saying that movies or companies are sequels to movies. Please stop. If you keep doing this, I will consider it deliberate false information and vandalism, and you will be blocked from editing here for a while.
Over the past several months, you've been adding categories to pages that don't really need to be there. I know it's easy to add them, but a lot of people do the same as you've been doing them and add really trivial categories that don't do much to help organize the page.
Today, you added "DVD", "VHS" and "THX" categories to a few pages. Up until about five years ago, films were released on both DVDs and VHS tapes, but those are just a part of home video releases. The THX category is a little more useful because people might be interested in which sound technology a movie is released in.
But what you need to do before you add any categories is ask yourself the question the opposite way: "Will people come to this wiki and want to know what movies have been released in the THX sound technology?" If you can't answer that they definitely would, don't put in that category. If the answer is "well, they might", then don't put it in because that's only adding clutter to the page.
Please do what you can to help us out by not adding categories we have to remove. Thank you.
You don't need to add a letter category like Category:N on the page for Night at the Museum. The wiki already provides that function on the Special:AllPages page. You can put in what letters you want to narrow it down by.