Joel Coen

8

Great

Hail, Caesar! review

Funny, smart, accessible, wonderfully observed and stylishly shot, Hail, Caesar! is up there with the Coen Brothers' best

8

Great

Barton Fink review

In this dark comedy from the Coen Brothers, playwright Barton Fink (John Turturro) develops the worst case of writer's block

6

Fair

A Serious Man review

The attention to detail that the Coen brothers have gone to to create the 1960’s they remember is delightful.

4

Poor

Unbroken review

>A World War Two tale of indomitable courage and endurance that’s to be endured rather than enjoyed, Angelina Jolie’s handsome and underwhelming Unbroken, the true life tale of Olympic runner...

8

Great

Inside Llewyn Davis review (Blu-ray)

The latest Coen Brothers venture is a snapshot view of the emerging folk scene in New York in the '60s, as seen through a week in the life of young...

10

Superb

Fargo review (Remastered Blu-ray)

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8

Great

Inside Llewyn Davis review

The latest Coen Brothers venture is a snapshot view of the emerging folk scene in New York in the 60's, as seen through a week in the life of young...

10

Superb

No Country For Old Men (DVD)

There is always a danger in over-hyping a film. If every critical voice — from the nationals to, well, newish kids on the block like Screenjabber — declares a film...

10

Superb

No Country For Old Men

There is always a danger in over-hyping a film. If every critical voice — from the nationals to, well, newish kids on the block like Screenjabber — declares a film...