Millers Crossing – Review

February 1, 1997

After redefining noir and slapstick for the ’80s, the two-headed beast they call Coen jitterbugged into the ’90s the most complex gangster pix of the decade.

Barton Fink – Review

February 1, 1997

John Turturro again turns in a paranoid tour de force as our hero, a poor, disillusioned playwright creating his art not for commerce, but for the common man.

The People vs. Larry Flynt – Review

February 1, 1997

The story of Larry Flynt, the most notorious name in American sleaze, is an amazing one, full of triumph, tragedy, controversy, sex, God, and utter absurdity.

Where the Buffalo Roam – Review

December 1, 1996

Bill Murray is indeed the funniest man on the planet, and Dr. Hunter S. Thompson, at one point, was the most dangerous man on the planet.

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