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I didn't feel that this movie provided those options so I only gave it three stars.
Larry Gopnick just can't 'win' in Life, in fact it even seems like God might just have it in for him (is it because he has done something, or someone wrong?
The film has a wicked sense of humor, and dares to to tread (at times) into the existential, which can be challenging but makes for a great conversation.
Like most Coen brothers films, the first time watching it through I wasn't completely sure what to make of it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Matt
Funniest da*n movie. I LMAO at this movie while my mental health professional friends watch it with serious looks on their faces. LOL.Published 1 month ago by Helen Wheels
Surprisingly dull and not engaging. Didn't bother finishing it.Published 2 months ago by G. Blanston
A serious man is not your typical Coen brothers film and the viewer needs to be familiar with the brothers work in order to fully enjoy this film. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Trey Houston Jordan
Someone once called this Greek Tragedy with a Midwestern Jewish cast. Pretty accurate. Darker than most Cohen Bros. films, except maybe "Barton Fink"...Published 2 months ago by Rick Drais
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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