Coen Brothers

So you’re sitting around wanting to see the trailer for A Simple Noodle Story and contemplate deeply the implications of Chinese art house cinema, right?

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Question 1: Do you want to be in a movie?

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This week’s Culture Warrior gives an exhaustive review of the decade that you won’t find anywhere else on the Interwebs.

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With Bill Nighy’s claim that he doesn’t like watching himself in movies, I figured I’d take the opportunity to suggest the practice to a few other actors. But it’s not exactly what you think.

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Two huge names in acting have signed on to join the Coen Brothers in Indian Territory. So why am I not totally excited?

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When an employee gets the FBI involved in a price fixing investigation, a witless goon and his mustache become the keys to a governmental investigation.

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This week on a very special episode of Reject Radio that we forgot to post earlier in the week, I name more than 5 great Stephen King film adaptations and make Robert Fure look like the fool he is, we take a look at Sorority Row, and Diane Lane looks great in a cop uniform.

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For some reason, I get the feeling that Rooster Cogburn will suddenly be attacked by a water-dwelling mammal.

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You seek a great fortune, you three who are now in chains. You will find a fortune, though it will not be the one you seek. But first, first you must travel a long and difficult road, a road fraught with peril.

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Let me get this straight. An Asian director is remaking an American director’s movie? And it’s a revenge film?

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Who could replace John Wayne?

If anyone could do it, it’s the Coen Brothers. But who could possible fill John Wayne’s shoes as the iconic Rooster Cogburn?

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Burn After Reading is not the best Coen film, or even the best Coen comedy ever made, but I’d put it up next to any other comedy released this year.

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Saul Bass Posters

The first official poster for the upcoming comedy from the Coen Brothers reminds us of the likes of Vertigo or The Man with the Golden Arm. We wonder why…

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No Country for Old Men

This year’s Oscar Best Picture winner finally shows up on DVD, friend-o.

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The answer is ZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.

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Well, the major theme of the night was how many surprises there were. Even Roger Ebert is probably second guessing the Academy right now.

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Joel and Ethan Coen will write and direct the Alaskan murder mystery, set in a fictional Jewish settlement.

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This, added to the SAG win for Best Ensemble, puts No Country on top of the Oscar competition.

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From the novel by Cormac McCarthy, the Coens have concocted a lurid and unremitting thriller that will undoubtedly leave the viewer with both chills and some food for thought long after it’s over.

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The spectacular failure that such a promising movie became leads me to wonder if cinema itself is dying.

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