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Sep. 1st, 2010

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Mar. 12th, 2010

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[7] keira knightley
[17] sophia bush
[9] christina aguilera
[18] emilie de ravin
[2] the vampire diaries
[6] skins
[5] batman begins
[3] lord of the rings
[9] the big lebowski


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Feb. 15th, 2009

Black Swan> Forget what you know


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15 Paris & England
21 Stock
8 Chad (Burn After Reading)
1 Taylor Swift

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Sep. 24th, 2008


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Can anyone confirm the rumor that Gabriel Byrne has a walkon in Barton Fink as the actor who passes Barton backstage at the beginning of the movie?

Sep. 12th, 2008

James Surgess


Burn After Reading Review

Fresh off their Oscar victory for No Country For Old Men, the Cohen brothers are back and better than ever, this time with a comedy - Burn After Reading.  Starring George Clooney, Francis McDormand, John Malkovich, Tilda Swinton and Brad Pitt, the film is packed with stars, and luckily, they all deliver in this quirky, fun and entertaining movie!

Check out my review HERE and be sure to send me your thoughts.

Feb. 12th, 2008



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found here from here

"Several of the Coen brothers' films feature a character that embodies the archetype of 'unstoppable evil.' In many cases, it is hinted that these characters are inhuman, or feature demonic overtones."

Example #1: Sheriff Cooley (Daniel von Bargen) in O Brother, Where Art Thou? matches the description of the Devil given by one of the characters. He further indicates his otherwordliness when, advised that it would be illegal to hang pardoned fugitives, he sneeringly opines that 'the law is a human institution.'

Example #2: Eddie Dane (J.E. Freeman), the hitman in Miller's Crossing.

Example #3: Leonard Smalls (Randall "Tex" Cobb) in Raising Arizona.

Example #4: Charlie Meadows (John Goodman) in Barton Fink also fit the description of this archetype.

Example #5: In No Country for Old Men, Anton Chigurh (Javier Bardem) personifies the violence and death in a world that Tommy Lee Jones' Sheriff Bell tries to make sense of...but can't.

Feb. 6th, 2008



1997 Frances McDormand Best Actress

Feb. 3rd, 2008



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The Coens win the PGA

Jan. 31st, 2008



Burn After Reading

currently 2008's most anticipated film!

according to IMDB the plot is this:
Malkovich will play Ozzie Cox, a former CIA agent whose soon-to-be ex-wife (Frances McDormand) steals a disc containing his memoirs and accidentally leaves it at the gym where it is found by a trainer (Brad Pitt) who believes he can use the info to blackmail Cox. George Clooney will play an assassin hired by the CIA to take care of the situation.