The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack of Burn After Reading Movie is composed by Carter Burwell. The maximum rating is 5 stars. Several recurring themes are developed substantially, most of them adhering to Burwell's rhythmic sense of gloom. Since the ridiculously shallow characters in Burn After Reading clearly think they're part of a conspiracy much bigger than they really are, the decision was to make the music sound artificially inflated. Linda denies knowing the man, which makes Harry suspicious. Rendezvous — Carter Burwell 0:45 7.
Pictures at an Exhibition Promenade by Ukraine National Symphony Orchestra 5. After the Loving Carter Burwell 0:56 need 320 2. There is no clue to the humor found in the film itself in these brief cues 23 in 36 minutes , but the confused and pathetic nature of the characters is evident, as they are swept unconsciously along by a series of accidental events that lead to intrigue, death, and utter confusion. Nor is it one of their bewildering excursions off the deep end. I Killed A Spook — Carter Burwell 1:15 14.
Together, you get a mutated noir score that is as paranoid as any in its era. The point here is that this movie is for adults, with adult themes and adult situations. Harry Looks for Love Carter Burwell 0:31 need 320 1. The reviews and other textual content contained on the filmtracks. A Higher Patriotism — Carter Burwell 1:36 3.
Earth Zoom In 1:20 2. The movie's glacial affectlessness, its remove from all these subpar schemers, left me cold and perplexed. Seating Carter Burwell 2:02 need 320 4. Day After Day by Crazy Girl 15. Osbourne's increasingly temperamental and erratic behavior prompts Katie to change the locks on their house and invite Harry to move in. There was an idea shared by Burwell and the Coen Brothers early in the production of Burn After Reading to employ an extremely aggressive and sparse array of percussion to represent the governmental aspect of the story.
Linda Looks For Love Part 2 — Carter Burwell 1:19 18. Tuchman Marsh 1:45 16. Opportunity Carter Burwell 1:40 need 320 3. If you find Burwell's often off-kilter trademarks appealing to your senses, you'll probably embrace it as an engrossing experience. Carter Burwell 1:07 need 320 2. Funny Farm by Patrick Dawes 12. When The Saints Go Marching in by Los Lobos 10.
Linda Looks for Love Part 2 Carter Burwell 1:19 need 320 3. Harry tackles the man and finds out that he is a private detective hired by his wife Sandy to gather evidence of infidelity to divorce him. All nicely put together, of course, but as an exercise, not an imperative. Born Free by Don Black and John Barry 4. Part of the fun of watching this movie is relishing how the at first separate story arcs start coalescing into one coherent whole. It also helps that the ensemble cast are all pitch-perfect in their roles.
On his way out, he spots a man who has been trailing him for the past several days. Simmons for their brief supporting roles. Archived from on February 27, 2009. It's funny, sometimes delightful, sometimes a little sad, with dialogue that sounds perfectly logical until you listen a little more carefully and realize all of these people are mad. My body isn't going to change.
The movie's success depends on the characters and the dialogue. More than just a satire on espionage, the movie is scathing critique of modern America as a superficial, post-political society where cheating of all sorts comes all too easily. On the one hand, it really is bleak and scary. As for Clooney, in one movie he's the improbably handsome, super-intelligent hero, and in the next, he's the forlorn doofus. Archived from on September 13, 2008. All other logo and design Copyright©2004- , movieXclusive.