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The band Talking Heads is no stranger to movie soundtracks. That being said, the use of one of its most popular songs as the title of (and throughout) the new film This Must Be the Place, takes it to another level. But what does it mean? What does any Talking Head song placement — whether in the movie itself, on the soundtrack, or in the trailer — mean? In short: something. We looked at the Talking Heads songs that have gotten the most screentime to figure out what their use says about the films they are used in, other than that the music supervisor has good taste. "This Must Be the Place" says, "Things are nice, but we're a little bit sad about it." Used in: This Must Be the Place; Crazy, Stupid, Love; Wall Street; Lars and the Real GirlHe's Just Not That Into You The song exudes a certain »

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