O Brother, Where Art Thou?

A trifle suffused with the Coen's trademark snooty hijinks, this mild-mannered comedy about three convicts who flee a Mississippi chain gang in hopes of recovering some stolen loot is actually quite a charmer. The title comes from Preston Sturges' Depression-era satire SULLIVAN'S TRAVELS: "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" is the problem picture an...read more

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Why Did Music Producer T-Bone Burnett Really Leave Nashville?

Think the drama on ABC's sophomore drama Nashville is heated? Apparently, it's nothing compared to the tension behind the scenes, according to T-Bone Burnett. The Oscar- and Grammy-winning songwriter, musician and soundtrack supervisor behind Cr… Read more

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The electorate may be deeply divided, but the two candidates running for president share common grou…

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Seinfeld actor Daniel von Bargen, who's best known for playing George Costanza's boss Mr. Kruger in…

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(Movie Clip) Bible Sales
Salesman Big Dan Teague (John Goodman) returns hospitality in his own way to Everett (George Clooney) and Delmar (Tim Blake Nelson) and a frog, who ma (more…)
(Movie Clip) Credits, Rock Candy Mountain
Credit sequence, to Big Rock Candy Mountain performed by Harry McClintock, from Joel and Ethan Coen's O Brother, Where Art Thou?, 2000, starring Georg (more…)
(Movie Clip) Delmar's Been Saved!
Pete (John Turturro) is disagreeing with Everett (George Clooney) about their next move when, along with Delmar (Tim Blake Nelson), the fugitives are (more…)

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