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Aaron Jones over 2 years ago
For the acting, it's worth a watch. Postmodernism, visual themes make it worth a few more.
Guy Meltzer over 4 years ago
john goodman makes this movie
Jennifer Kaiser over 5 years ago
John Matos almost 6 years ago
Just keeps pulling me back, despite each time frustrating me with what it's all about.
Mario Schievenini 6 years ago
Crazy. I enjoyed it a lot but it's not the best from the Cohen brothers.
Charlie Alcock 6 years ago
Claustrophobic and intense, with a real humdinger of an ending.
Matthew Bettencourt over 6 years ago
Odd film that gives your brain a good work-out. Don't expect to understand it.
bethswald almost 7 years ago
Haunting "intellectual" horror movie- meaning horrors for writers, artists, intellectuals
Fernando Olivas 7 years ago
Never complain about your neighbor noise.
Andy Whitfield 7 years ago
My least favorite Coen Bros film.
Kraig Brachman over 7 years ago
A weird Coen movie, even by their standards. If you like to analyse movies, watch this.
Greg Scorzo over 7 years ago
Mesmerising allegory about the role of the left in the politics of world war 2.
Jacob Hernandez almost 8 years ago
The Coens' elegantly symbolic and dizzyingly elliptical tale of writer's block shines.
Drew K 1 month ago
Amr Adel 6 months ago
Michelle Roussell almost 2 years ago
Anteater over 2 years ago
Barton Fink is a 1991 American film, written, directed, and produced by the Coen brothers. Set in 1941, it stars John Turturro in the title role as a young New York City playwright who is hired to write scripts for a movie studio in Hollywood, and John Goodman as Charlie, the insurance salesman who lives next door at the run-down Hotel Earle. The Coens wrote the screenplay in three weeks while experiencing difficulty during the writing of another film, Miller's Crossing. Soon after Miller's Crossing was finished, the Coens began filming Barton Fink, which had its premiere at the Cannes Film Festival in May 1991. In a rare sweep, Barton Fink won the Palme d'Or prize, as well as awards for Best Director and Best Actor (Turturro). Although it was celebrated almost universally by critics and nominated for three Academy Awards, the movie grossed only $6,000,000 at the box office – two-thirds of its estimated budget. The process of writing and the culture of entertainment production are two...
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