Tagged: Coen Brothers

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‘Seven Psychopaths’ a killer comedy

Who would have thought a little Shih Tzu could be so much trouble? For the characters in Martin McDonagh‘s Seven Psychopaths, one little dog can lead to exploding cars, pissed off gangsters and even...

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Chris Coffel’s Top 10 of 2010

Note: I write this top 10 list without seeing many of the films from 2010 that I would’ve liked to see it. So if you’re wondering why films like The Fighter or Black Swan...

The Coen Brothers take on a John Wayne classic with True Grit remake 0

The Coen Brothers take on a John Wayne classic with True Grit remake

This Christmas Ethan and Joel Coen, the award winning sibling directing and writing team behind such classics as No Country For Old Men and The Big Lebowski, take their first crack at the western...

‘A Serious Man’ is a serious masterpiece from the Coen Brothers 0

‘A Serious Man’ is a serious masterpiece from the Coen Brothers

Let me start this review off by letting you know up front it will be pretty biased. I absolutely love the Coen Brothers. They are by far my favorite directors and can do no...

Ricky Gervais and Tina Fey are among Golden Globe highlights 2

Ricky Gervais and Tina Fey are among Golden Globe highlights

It seems the entire internet has exploded with Golden Globe posts. Everywhere you turn, there are best-dressed lists, photos, behind-the-scenes gossip posts, and highlight lists. Not wanting to be left out, we bring you...

Brad Pitt steals the show in Burn After Reading 5

Brad Pitt steals the show in Burn After Reading

Burn After Reading by Joel and Ethan CoenThe tag line for the star-studded Coen Brothers film ‘Burn After Reading’ is “intelligence is relative”. Certainly that statement is very fitting for this smart film about stupid people. Like a warped version of ‘The Man Who Knew Too Little’ meets ‘The Big Lebowski’, the film retains all the unique characters and plot twists of the Coen’s more dramatic work, but also incorporates the stellar dialogue that made some of their best comedies so memorable. Review contains the red band trailer for the film.