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A Place in the Sun is a 1951 film based on the 1925 novel An American Tragedy by Theodore Dreiser and the play, also titled An American Tragedy. It tells the story of a working-class young man who is entangled with two women; one who works in his wealthy uncle’s factory and the other a beautiful socialite.

A Place in the Sun was directed by George Stevens from a screenplay by Harry Brown and Michael Wilson, and stars Montgomery Clift, Elizabeth Taylor, and Shelley Winters.

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Red River is a 1948 Western film directed and produced by Howard Hawks and starring John Wayne and Montgomery Clift, giving a fictional account of the first cattle drive from Texas to Kansas along the Chisholm Trail. The plot stems from a growing feud over the management of the drive, between the Texas rancher who initiated it (Wayne) and his adopted adult son (Clift).

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The cops looking for Jimmy Jazz as a metaphor for the musicians adopting punk at that time and forgetting jazz. that was one of the bases of rock music. The Clash are defending jazz by fooling the police, as well as fooling their listeners— “Jimmy Jazz” possesses jazz chords on a punk album.

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Like this! Just replace Nic Cage with a scorned lover:

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The final song on the High Fidelity OST ends the soundtrack on an optimistic note. This song is about that moment when love is new, and full of opportunity and promise. This is the one! This is the love I always dreamed of! Time hasn’t yet changed or corrupted things.

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She’s omitted a ‘the’ before periphery: watching from the sidelines.

Peripheral vision is all that is visible to the eye outside the central area of focus; side vision. Shelia is checking out a guy who never seems to look her way.

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The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum is a well-known art museum located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan in New York City.

Sheila grew up in the UK but moved to the USA in 1989 at age 19.

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As the follow-up to the number-one hit “Tired of Waiting for You” (indeed their previous 3 singles all made the top 2), “Ev'rybody’s Gonna Be Happy” wasn’t quite as unsuccessful, reaching number 11. It broke a run of what would have been thirteen consecutive top-ten singles in the UK. Ev'ryone in the Kinks probably wasn’t too happy.

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This song was in the movie High Fidelity. It plays around the time the John Cusack character is talking to the Tim Robbins character, who he knows is screwing his (Cusack’s) girl friend (the beautiful Iben Ijejle). And Robbins knows Cusack knows.

Cusack is trying to talk somewhat normally to a smirking Robbins, even as he fantasizes about his friends and he beating Robbins to death.

Robbins has redefined Ijejle’s body for Cusack. A big part of the movie is how Cusack overcomes his changed feelings and resumes his relationship with Ijejle.

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For Dylan, it’s not the end of the grieving period. He talks about how he is over his girl, but he’s not, and “most of the time” is the dead giveaway. He still loves her, and can’t get over her.

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"Too many Urkels on your team, that's why your wins low" (Kanye West – Dark Fantasy) | accepted

Kanye is saying that the reason your “wins low” i.e. the reason you aren’t getting attention from ladies at the club—-is because you are surrounded by “Urkels” i.e. NERDS

"They rewrite history I don’t believe in yesterday" (Kanye West – Gorgeous) | accepted

This could also be viewed as Kanye’s reaction to critics constantly re-evaluating his work after reviewing it. For example, The College Dropout got 3 and ½ stars when initially reviewed in Rollingstone, yet was named the 10th best album of the 2000s. Kanye is basically saying he doesn’t get caught up in how critics looked at his music in the past since they are constantly “rewriting” their opinions of his music.