An original adaptation of the film that made “don’tcha know” a trending phrase for years, the show is a 10-episode limited series with all-new characters and an all-new “true crime” story.
It is the weekend as I write this and my desire is to get up and leave this desk.
The Big Lebowski is one of the greatest films ever written.
“Nobody knows anybody. Not that well.”
‘Manhattan’ may be just a romantic comedy. But it’s the smartest one ever made.
Han Solo and Princess Leia (Leslie Mann) have grown tired of their once-passionate love affair. Yet their two kids (Maude and Iris Apatow) won’t stop saying the most adorable things at the most inopportune times.
We met at that thing. It’s great to see you. How was that concert? … I bet! I’m so jealous. The Roots are pretty much my favorite live band too. Anyway, it seems like we’re moving from acquaintances to full-blown pals, and there are a few things you should probably know about me before this goes any further.
There is no good and evil, no good guy and bad guy. There are lives, people who have lived and continue to live, who are complex amalgamations of motive, desire, need, and affect. We see these people read each other, make sense of each other, make sense of themselves and their place in this world.
What makes A Serious Man so much more despairing than the Coens’ No Country For Old Men is that its mortal coil is wound tighter. Where No Country had the luxury of retirement, of throwing in the towel by choice, our serious man can only hope things end before they get worse…