Posts Tagged: Coen Brothers Results 16
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’re probably moderately aware that the 88th annual Academy Awards are on Sunday. The Jews will be making quite the appearance in the three-hour special: as nominees, presenters and plotlines.
If there’s one thing John Kasich is clear on, it’s properly labeling movies at Blockbuster. Since it’s no longer the mid 90s, he probably won’t make it a large part of his platform. During the usually even-tempered GOP candidate’s lengthy political career, he took issue with the Oscar-winning Coen Brothers film “Fargo.”
(JTA) — Asked about diversity in Hollywood last week, the Coen brothers defended to the Washington Post their history of making movies about Jews and Minnesotans.
I have a lot of faith in the Coen brothers. But when I heard that their next film, “Inside Llewyn Davis,” was going to be about a singer-songwriter in Greenwhich Village during the folk revival, I was a little worried. If there’s a period ripe for nostalgia among beardy folk music types, this one is it, and I didn’t want to see the Coen’s talent squandered on an excursion into hippy-folky sentimentality.