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Director Spotlight: The Coen Brothers

Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by Henry, Mar 15, 2021.

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    Pick your fave! Tell us why!

    Feel free to list ideas for other threads here
     
  2. imthesheriff

    Here I Am. So Glad You Are. Supporter

    Probably o brother
     
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  3. Morrissey

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    The Big Lebowski is the greatest comedy ever made.
     
  4. Anthony_

    A (Cancelled) Dork Prestigious

    Fargo, Lebowski, O Brother, No Country, and True Grit are probably my top five. Inside Llewyn Davis is up there as well.
     
  5. I think Fargo sticks with me the most, but god damn I love the ending of Burn After Reading.
     
  6. Anthony_

    A (Cancelled) Dork Prestigious

    I had no idea Joel was doing a Macbeth adaptation. Also interesting Ethan isn't involved at all.
     
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  7. phaynes12

    playing in the band Supporter

    one of my favorites. lebowski is the #1 but i’ll always pull for a serious man and llewyn davis
     
  8. Nathan

    Always do the right thing. Supporter

    It’s not at their top tier stuff but Hail Caesar is maybe underappreciated. Even outside of the Channing Tatum scenes which are objectively amazing.
     
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  9. Anthony_

    A (Cancelled) Dork Prestigious

    Hail, Caesar! was another movie like Popstar where I was the only one in the theater that was laughing 90% of the time
     
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  10. aoftbsten

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    Burn After Reading is so underrated.
     
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  11. SpyKi

    I've been in love with her for ages Supporter

    I think No Country, Lebowski and Raising Arizona are my top 3. They've made a lot of great stuff though.
     
  12. imthesheriff

    Here I Am. So Glad You Are. Supporter

    this scene is amazing.

     
  13. jkauf

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    Impossible to pick a favorite so my top three:

    No Country For Old Men
    Inside Llewyn Davis
    A Serious Man
     
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  14. everyone should watch Miller's Crossing
     
  15. Sean Murphy

    moon pie, what a time to be alive. Supporter

    It's very easily Fargo for me, but I love Burn After Reading
     
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  16. iCarly Rae Jepsen

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  17. Cameron

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    I revisited A Serious Man recently, and it’s so much better than I remembered.
     
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  18. Morrissey

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    I didn't really get A Serious Man when it came out, but my appreciation for it is always growing.
     
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  19. Nathan

    Always do the right thing. Supporter

    Yeah coming out of the theater for A Simple Man I legitimately thought it was bad, but without even rewatching I’ve come to think highly of it. I should give it a viewing soon.
     
  20. Morrissey

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    I think I have said this before, but their run from 2007 to 2010 is incredible. To release four great films in four years is a really incredible feat.
     
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  22. Jason Tolpin

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    I havent seen them all - but Lebowski and Fargo and terrific. If I needed a 3rd to wrap it up.... Raising Arizona with Cage cracks me up all the time.
     
  23. coleslawed

    Eat Pizza

    Buster Scruggs is incredibly rewatchable.
     
  24. jjnunn118

    Signal Vs. Noise Prestigious

    Absolutely my favorite comedic directors. Raising Arizona, Lebowski, O Brother, Burn After Reading, Hail, Caesar!, and arguably Fargo are truly some of my favorites of all time.

    Then when you get into their dramas on top of that it’s truly insane
     
  25. Pseudo!

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    Barton Fink, A Serious Man, Inside Llewyn Davis: The holy trinity.

    Joel and Ethan together are superhuman