‘Inside Llewyn Davis’ sees the Coen brothers in more soulful humanist territory, singing longingly in song & cool visual palette.
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From Ashby to Malick; from Soderbergh to Tarantino, the staff lists some of their favorite sophomore directorial films of all time.
The latest trailer for the Coen brothers’ ‘Inside Llewyn Davis’ flaunts the bittersweet soul of the 1960’s New York folk music scene.
The Coen Brothers have another resounding Cannes reception with ‘Inside Llewyn Davis’! Does a 2nd Palme d’Or await for the duo?
The casting directors behind ‘Inside Llewyn Davies’ are looking for body doubles for Oscar Isaac, Garrett Hedlund, and John Goodman.
The Film Misery staff chimes in on the movies they can’t wait to see in the new year.
Alex and Phil are feeling pretty homey for this week’s episode.
Coens’ next gets title, bookies choose ‘Dangerous Method’ and ‘War Horse’, set photos from ‘Prometheus’, teaser for ‘Alps’…
Bay vs. Projectionists, Coens take NYC, Cusack as Poe in ‘The Raven’, ‘Immortals’ trailer…
Many were omitted and several were ranked too low on Entertainment Weekly’s recent list of the 25 Greatest Working Film Directors.
Will somebody give this guy an Oscar already?
‘Exit Through the Gift Shop’ and the Coens make me happy, Julianne Moore and Christopher Nolan make me sad. These are my reactions to the 2011 Oscar nominations.
This year top prizes go to ‘True Grit,’ ‘The Social Network’, and ‘The Kids Are All Right’…
25 additions to National Film Registry, history of pregnancy at the Oscars, 50 hidden blockbusters…
‘True Grit’ is one of the funniest, most exhilarating, and memorable films of the year.
The initial reviews of the film are positive. Here is a round-up as well as a summary of the post-screening Oscar chatter for ‘True Grit’.
As Thanksgiving winds down I thought it would be appropriate to share everything cinematic that makes me feel thankful.
The first glimpse of the next Coen brothers film gives us a lot to look forward to.
During this time of year as the buzz builds around Oscar possible films, actors, actresses, and writers, one of the big categories that consistently is ignored is Best Director. The Gurus of Gold and other Oscar pick compilations rarely consider the Best Director frontrunners. It seems to be the general attitude that Directors are judged […]
Grade: A For a filmmaker, or artist in general, it seems to be an unwritten rule that once youâ€™ve reached success in your career, you must revisit your childhood and dissect the environment that formed your personality. Sometimes these endeavors are dark and mysterious, sometimes they are comical and reminiscent, and sometimes they subvert the […]