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  • Reel Critics: Tune meanders in 'Llewyn Davis'

    Reel Critics: Tune meanders in 'Llewyn Davis'
    I've been a fan of the Coen Brothers' eccentric dark humor for many years. Their unique offbeat style is exemplified in noteworthy movies like "Fargo," "The Big Lebowski" and "No Country for Old Men." This time around, they target a much smaller audience in the low-key indie-style film "Inside Llewyn Davis."
  • TCA: FX's 'Fargo': Like the movie, but different

    TCA: FX's 'Fargo': Like the movie, but different
    "Fargo" is coming back as a TV series. But viewers shouldn't confuse the FX series with the Oscar-winning 1996 film from Ethan and Joel Coen. The new series will be a limited drama series inspired by the film that will feature an all-new true crime...

    What's most popular movie set in your state? There's a map for that

    What's most popular movie set in your state? There's a map for that
    Rhode Island, pay attention: Your favorite film is apparently "Hachi: A Dog's Tale." A map posted on Reddit earlier this week charts the most popular film set in each state, and some results are surprising, especially for the nation’s smallest...

    Allison Tolman gets big break on 'Fargo'

    Allison Tolman gets big break on 'Fargo'
    Though set within the same frigid landscape as the 1996 Coen Brothers movie, the new FX series "Fargo" is not so much an adaptation as it is a close cousin. Two episodes in, it has revealed itself to be a show larded with sight gags, stubborn Midwestern...

    Review: 'Fargo' blazes a dark new trail on TV

    The Coen brothers' 1996 comedy-noir masterpiece "Fargo" wasn't so much a movie as it was a cultural event — you remember where you were when you first saw it. That endless yet claustrophobic snow scape, the anxious narcissism of William H. Macy's...