Scorsese's forgotten classic that swings wildly from some of the funniest scenes in the director's filmography to the darkest.
Also I like how concerned John Goodman is with meal planning.
Watched this on Inauguration Day. So this could be a right time to watch sort of thing. I find myself being more and more interested in films about people who are interested in the world. I can't imagine hanging out with these people for very long, but as in the film a momentary burst of enthusiasm for those around you felt very good.
And now for four years of absolute hell.