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Family Viewing

 


 

When I like a director's or actor's film I often explore other films by them, which can be disappointing. 

One example of the varying quality of attraction is the work of directors Joel and Ethan Coen in my opinion. The first film I watched by them, Fargo, is my absolute favourite and a masterpiece.

 

Others I liked but not as much and some I didn't appreciate at all, e.g. The Big Lebowsky. Some of the ones I liked are (in order of preference): 

 

Nowadays it goes almost without saying that the cinematography is superb. It is in all their films. The cameraman was the same in several of them and probably deserves some credit too.


 


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O Brother Were Art Thou? 

 

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Miller's Crossing

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The only "idol" I ever had as a kid was James Dean and I lost track of how many times I watched the three films he made. In order of preference they are:

East of Eden

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Rebel Without A Cause

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Giant 


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