The Coen Brothers have a new Western anthology that is very Coen-esque.
ScreenCrush looks at the Coen Brothers’ filmography and finds the common theme that runs through all of their work.
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The Coen Brothers made up a true crime story for this Midwestern drama about greed and satisfaction.
The Marx Brothers run a country and then go to war with a neighbor in this political satire/musical comedy.
A young man finds love in 1980s Italy in this coming-of-age drama.
Cary Grant is a quiet scientist who catches the eye of ditzy socialite Katherine Hepburn in this 1938 screwball comedy.
Tom goes to the movies and writes reviews for this site. What did he really love this past year, and what stunk to the highest heaven imaginable?
George Clooney directs an unfilmed Coen brothers’ script with a race relations subplot grafted on in this odd movie.
Adam Driver is a bus driver in Paterson named Paterson who writes poetry.