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No Country for Old Men (movie)

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  • Morality bites

    What I feared most was the screaming. Desperate cries from a freaked-out pig might ruin bacon for me forever. I'd spent the previous two days hanging out with happy hogs at the idyllic Newman Farm on the Arkansas- Missouri border. I watched them trot...
  • Theater Review: A glorious take on Grace

    Veteran stage and screen actor Beth Grant gives her most wickedly funny performance to date in the Colony Theatre's fantastic new play "Grace & Glorie." In the 70-plus feature films she's co-starred in ("No Country for Old Men," "Donnie Darko," and...
  • 'A Serious Man'

    'A Serious Man'
    Oscar-winning filmmaking brothers Ethan and Joel Coen ("Fargo," "No Country for Old Men") bypass big stars in favor of Michael Stuhlbarg, a relative unknown given a star-making turn, in this comedy-drama about a professor whose marriage is threatened by...
  • Movie review: A Serious Man -- 3 out of 5 stars

    Movie review: A Serious Man -- 3 out of 5 stars
    It's not all Fargo Oscars and No Country for Old Men box-office glory for the filmmaking Coen Brothers. Sometimes they stumble and give us a bad movie that's deliriously watchable -- a Big Lebowski. Sometimes they drop a challenging, worthwhile film...
  • Zhang Yimou remakes the Coen brothers' 'Blood Simple'

    Zhang Yimou remakes the Coen brothers' 'Blood Simple'
    In the autumn of 2008, China's best-known filmmaker, Zhang Yimou, found himself at a career crossroads. The multiple Oscar nominee had spent the previous two years away from movies, orchestrating the opening and closing ceremonies for Beijing's Olympics,...
  • Preview of Stone's Bush bio online

     
    by James Oliphant The trailer of Oliver Stone's film "W" has reached the internets. The movie examines George W. Bush's rise to power, from his partying days at Yale and in Texas to his becoming born-again and then his rapid......
  • Five NBA games to be played on Christmas Day/Night

     
    I briefly referenced the NBA's unprecedented, Christmas quintupleheader in my newspaper column, but here's the full schedule: Orlando vs. New Orleans, ESPN, 12 p.m. Phoenix vs. San Antonio, ABC, 2:30 p.m. Los Angeles Lakers vs. Boston, ABC, 5 p.m.......
  • Chris Russo does not find Maggie Gyllenhaal attractive

     
    Got tired of listening to WFAN, 1050 ESPN and WIP so checking in on Chris Russo on Sirius XM right now. For the past few minutes he has been going down the list of movies now out and announcing which......
  • Producers Guild of America expands best picture list to 10 nominees (and admits it's an Oscar warm-up act)

     
    News that the Producers Guild of America is expanding its list of best picture nominees to 10 removes all doubt about the reason for the award's purpose. It doesn't exist chiefly because it's important to know what producers think is the best film of...
  • Joel and Ethan Coen's latest brings the oy vey

     
    The latest film from Ethan and Joel Coen has the unmemorable title 'A Serious Man,' but thatâ??s about the only unmemorable thing about it. Like so much of their work, it straddles comedy and sheer grimness; while the tone is substantially lighter than...
  • Disney lowers the boom on Miramax

     
    It's not exactly a shock to see the news that Disney is downsizing its Miramax specialty division, the division that delivered the studio an Oscar best picture winner with "No Country for Old Men" just 18 months ago. Disney is......