The release of the Coen brothers in winter is a tradition at this point, causing the last five years to be robbed in retrospect. The last time Joel and Ethan filmed a film around this time was in 2013, when the gray-tinted, spiritually gloomy Inside Llewyn Davis was opened in early December; between then and now rests Hail Caesar! One of their rare screwball comedies, which was released in February 1616, probably for baffling or otherwise aggravating reasons.
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Now comes The Ballad of Buster Scruggs once a Netflix television series, now a 1
You may know everything you know about the film to orbit the newsletters about the Coens' efforts to cut them into a movie – which requires attention in our time of top television. But there are more reasons to mix The Ballad of Buster Scruggs into your queue than that.
It's the Coens.
Clear the Obvious: If you somehow get out of the way movie fan, you at least like the work of the Coens, whether consensus efforts like Fargo or O brother Where Thou Thou quiet masterpieces such as A Serious Man unusual comedies and cult movies such as The Big Lebowski or Burn After Reading or The Hudsucker Proxy , or action masterpieces such as Blood Simple or Oscar Best Picture Winner No Land for Old Men . There is a Coen movie for everyone.
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