Hail, Caesar! is a Coen Brothers’ picture, through and through, continuing their trend of ridiculing and embracing the absurdity of life, the world, and the people in it doing the things they do. 492 more words
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The Coen Brothers are often known for harkening back to older times in American history. The period decor in many of their films is often a major highlight, showing off the impeccable detail that makes one wonder if George Clooney isn’t really venturing through the Depression era south or John Turturro isn’t a screenwriter in early 1940s Hollywood. 394 more words
A Dual Review in which Adam and Harry take turns picking apart the latest Coen Brothers release.
Adam’s Review: The “Golden Age of Hollywood” film piece is one of those staples of moviemaking that comes up every few years and reminds us how zany and awesome and corrupt it all used to be. 1,436 more words
I cried. It finally happened, I mean. Been trying to cry close to four months now. Both times caused by movies. This time Room; previously… 494 more words