Perhaps I'm stating the obvious, but the best soundtracks always take on the character of the movie they accompany, and vice versa, and that's certainly the case with Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist. The film, which follows the bridge-and-tunnel protagonists Nick Michael Cera and Norah Kat Dennings on a night of hijinks through the streets of Brooklyn and Manhattan, is packed full of blink-and-you-miss-it hipster cameos from current faves Andy Samberg , Seth Myers , John Cho and Kevin Corrigan. Likewise, the soundtrack is so chock-full of NOW indie rock, that it can make you feel like you're trapped in the back seat of Nick's claustrophobic yellow Yugo. A magical Yugo, it seems, as it's somehow always able to easily find street parking in Manhattan. Vampire Weekend , Modest Mouse , The National and Band of Horses are all on board, but in fact, their impact in the film is felt even less than the five seconds of Andy Samberg's homeless bestiality turn. Mark Mothersbaugh The Royal Tenenbaums , The Life Aquatic wrote an interesting, Postal Service -like score, but after the first 15 minutes, you'd be hard pressed to find it, as it seems pushed aside in favor of an indie rock snippet barrage.
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Here, for the umpteenth time, are a couple of young people who straddle the borders between hipster and geek, insider and outsider, reasonably well-adjusted teen and roiling mess of adolescent self-doubt. And on one enchanted night, driving around in a Yugo the pumpkin color of Cinderella's coach after midnight, they find each other. But here, too, for the first time in a long time, are characters who seem honestly rooted in an authentic kids-of-'08 universe. Seniors Nick Michael Cera and Norah Kat Dennings come from different backgrounds -- he's a son of suburban New Jersey, the one straight dude in a queercore rock band; she's a privileged, city-dwelling daughter of a record-industry mogul. At first, the pair don't realize that they fit together like the original Nick and Nora in the peerless "Thin Man" screwball comedies of the s and s, this time bound together by a connoisseur's love of indie rock, hole-in-the-wall Lower East Side clubs that pound all night, a fierce ability to banter, and a luminous goodness. When the two meet cute at one such club, Nick is nursing a bruised heart -- a Cera specialty -- injured by a shallow bee-yotch named Tris Alexis Dziena.
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High school student Nick O'Leary, member of the Queercore band The Jerk Offs, meets college-bound Norah Silverberg when she asks him to be her boyfriend for five minutes. Toggle navigation QuotesGram. Thank you!
Perhaps it's due to the stereotype that no interest in sex equates to no interest in romance? I suppose the logic runs that an ace with no personal interest in a relationship wouldn't bother fixing up someone else. By the way, I think the "gay male as matchmaker" trope is born of the stereotype that gay male relationships are ephemeral and meaningless--such men, unable to find true love, encourage it in others out of redirected frustration.