Reviews and Problems with O Brother, Where Art Thou?
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8 December 2012
Summary: With the spirit of adventure these 3 prisoners made this movie one of the best comedies of all time. From collisons with police to bi-polar robbers this one hassel of a story makes this an easy classic for all to enjoy
Summary: O Brother, Where Art Thou? is a beautifully filmed, hilarious, wild, amazingly original film featuring just fantastic performances from its three consistently funny leads. I give this film 61%.
Summary: This may be the only movie that has ever left me seriously tempted to leave the cinema and immediately join the queue for the next show. Structurally, it is a 'road movie', though it borrows the episodic encounters with larger-than-life characters from Homer's Odyssey (including sirens and a...
Summary: "O Brother" is less a nostalgic screwball comedy than a highly contrived satire which emphasises the cruelty and absurdity of human existence. One may find the wanton slaughter of cows, superficially sexualized Sirens, satanic black side kick, mocked/idealized villains, commercial contemporary take...
Summary: This is one of my favorite movies of all time. The wacky characters, the plot twists, the dialogue, the music, the look and feel of it all. Each scene is a joy to watch. Every actor and actress manages to create personalities that are just plain fun to watch. Any critic that rates
Summary: I was kind of expecting a lot more from this movie.. I don't know, I guess I give it a 4, because I think that's how many times I laughed. Seriously, maybe I didn't get the jokes, or I don't know, but this movie was not as good as some people say it is.
Summary: Coen brothers' most satisfying movie. Finally, the Coens found material perfectly suited for their zany and irreverent sensibilty. Truly awesome are several musical numbers that are as hypnotic and sublime as any caught on film.
Summary: It's not the Coens' best work - it's a bit aimless and inconsequential - but it's only actively bad by their staggeringly high standards. It's still a "good" film. Worth watching just for the sirens, singing "Didn't Leave Nobody But The Baby" acapella, very slowly. Nice.