Soundtracks from Crime Bosses (2020) Arkansas (OST, songs and music)
Let's talk about the songs and soundtracks from Arkansas (Crime Bosses), and the movie as a whole... It's a kind of rural neo-noir that tries to celebrate Real America, an oft-mythologized subcontinent populated by soulful, witty rednecks whose relationships with women, drugs, and people of color are harder than you think. To enjoy Arkansas (Crime Bosses), which was adapted by Andrew Bunkrong and director Clark Duke from John Brandon's novel, you'll need to be a bit on the subject - or at least not allergic - to the idea of watching the good old boys pamper themselves while making themselves look smarter and nobler than the rest of the commoners.
About the plot. The plot of "Arkansas" ("Crime Bosses") is convoluted, though not very complex: estranged drug dealer Kyle (Hemsworth) and his cocky business partner Sween (Duke) get into a nasty scene as a routine drug trade goes badly, forcing them to work for Bright (John Malkovich), a proudly vicious drug lord and full-time park ranger. Ranger Bright is ruthlessly exploiting Kyle and Sweene because he is somewhat higher than them in the local gangster food chain, all of which is overseen by the mysterious crime lord Frog (Vince Vaughn) and his equally mysterious drug dealer "She" (Vivica A. Fox) …
Soundtracks and music. The film is very atmospheric, because it is a thriller, drama and black comedy. The filmmakers simply could not do without a cool list of soundtracks, which can be understood just by watching the trailer ...
Soundtracks from the movie "Arkansas" ("Crime Bosses") ...
He Stopped Loving Her Today – The Flaming Lips
Lookin' For Love – Johnny Lee (performed by The Flaming Lips)
A Country Boy Can Survive – Hank Williams, Jr. (performed by The Flaming Lips)
All The Gold In California - Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers Band (performed by The Flaming Lips)
The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down – Joan Baez (performed by The Flaming Lips)
In The Arms of Cocaine – The Flaming Lips
The National-Light Years