Martin Scorsese’s Casino (1995) is largely seen as the uncared-for crime masterpiece compared to the adulation bestowed upon the director’s 1990 underworld epic, Goodfellas (1990). In some ways, Casino covered the themes…
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Although Casino has its high praises here and there, it stands as a little sibling to Goodfellas, despite it seeming like a larger film.
In Jarmusach’s own words the music in his films do not force you into feeling a certain kind of emotion. His choice of music provides a certain layer to the story that probably feels like it’s coming from nowhere and going somewhere which won’t satisfy you. The Greenhornes’s There Is An End, which apparently finds a place in the film’s soundtrack very accurately portrays Don Jonston and his quest for what he is really missing in his life. Packed with one of the best performance of the decade by Bill Murray, watching Broken Flowers is like walking down a familiar road while being unable to understand which turn takes you home.