Tag Archives: John Goodman

Coen Marathon: Inside Llewyn Davis

“Play me something from Inside Llewyn Davis.” “You mean like flying cars, hotels on the moon, Tang? You mean like move to the suburbs, have kids?  …If that’s what music is to you, a way to get to that place, … Continue reading

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Coen Marathon: O Brother, Where Art Thou?

Most people remember “O Brother, Where Art Thou?” for the massive hit soundtrack that the movie spawned but forget that the movie itself is very good.  This is the closest that the Coens have come to doing an outright musical.  The … Continue reading

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Coen Marathon: The Big Lebowski

“The Stranger:  How have things been going? The Dude:  Well, you know, strikes and gutters, ups and downs.” “Yeah, well, you know, that’s just, like, your opinion, man.” A tumbleweed blows through the SoCal desert and enters the City of … Continue reading

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Coen Marathon: Barton Fink

“Look upon me!  I’ll show you the life of the mind.  Ahhhhh!” After his Coen debut in “Miller’s Crossing” where he had a key monologue out in the woods where mob men execute their victims, John Turturro was ready for … Continue reading

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