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Burn After Reading 2008

Burn After Reading 2008

    

Released

IMDB: /10 votes

Osbourne Cox, a Balkan expert, resigned from the CIA because of a drinking problem, so he begins a memoir. His wife wants a divorce and expects her lover, Harry, a philandering State Department marshal, to leave his wife. A CD-ROM falls out of a gym bag at a Georgetown fitness center. Two employees there try to turn it into cash: Linda, who wants money for cosmetic surgery, and Chad, an amiable goof. Information on the disc leads them to Osbourne ...

No Country for Old Men 2007

No Country for Old Men 2007

    21 November 2007 (USA)

2h 2min Released

8.1
IMDB: 8.1/10 661,767 votes

A scorching blast of tense genre filmmaking shot through with rich veins of melancholy, down-home philosophy and dark, dark humor, “No Country for Old Men” reps a superior match of source material and filmmaking talent. Cormac McCarthy’s bracing and brilliant novel is gold for the Coen brothers, who have handled it respectfully but not slavishly, using its built-in cinematic values while cutting for brevity and infusing it with their own touch. Result is one of the their very best films, ...

Hail, Caesar!

Hail, Caesar!

Hail, Caesar!    05 Feb 2016

PG-13 106 minReleased

6.3
IMDB: 6.3/10 83,941 votes

A retreat from the ruminative, dramatic comedies that have marked Joel and Ethan Coen's last few films, Hail, Caesar! is their most manic work since Burn After Reading. Where the 2008 film farcically took aim at the organized chaos of the Bush administration, the Coen brothers' latest occurs on a Hollywood studio lot beset by internal and external pressures. So many scattered scenes and plotlines intertwine that metatextual layers start to break down, to the point that the narrator for ...

True Grit

True Grit

True Grit    22 Dec 2010

PG-13 110 minReleased

7.6
IMDB: 7.6/10 252,180 votes

A Western way of life - It's so easy to forget Westerns and what they have meant to Hollywood over the years. But, the reality is, Westerns are what helped shape the Hollywood we know now and had technology not grown like it did the past 100 years, we might enjoy what a Western brings to the table a bit more. With that said, it's a good thing the Coen brothers are around, as without them, we would get little ...