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I think in this post diasporic END TIMES, a film like this is a jewel.
That is all, the Coen Bros seem to be saying in this film that is a culmination and reflection upon their life's work thus far, that we can offer you.
I could possibly stretch this to 3 stars but it shouldn't require the stretch so I won't.
This was the first time I used video stream option and what a surprise when a different film was streamed than "A Serious Man". Read morePublished 1 day ago by Janice W.
I love Coen Brother movies, I love Michael Stuhlbarg. So getting this movie for 49 cents was a no brainer... you get what you pay for. Read morePublished 4 days ago by K. Flagg
Fantastic, underrated Coen brothers. Possibly a bit too culturally obscure for some people but it's one of my favorites and I consider myself a big fan of their entire body of... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Jamie Behar
Yiddish and Shroedinger's cat together at last! This film is Joel and Ethan Coen's most personal film, a dark comedy of 1967 in the suburbs of Minneapolis. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Dan Bentley-Baker
I've really enjoyed just about every Coen brother's movie since Miller's Crossing, but while watching A Serious Man, I couldn't help thinking they'd made a bet with someone on who... Read morePublished 11 days ago by An Architect
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|The Ending to "A Serious Man" (Warning! Spoiler Alert!)||
Just saw it for the second time last night. It was almost a "Duh!" moment -- a hit-me-over-the-head pun. Larry goes to not one, not two, but three rabbis for advice and comfort. He gets little or no help. At the end of the picture, the Hebrew school teacher is fumbling through his... Read More
Nov 27, 2009 by JKF | See all 95 posts