17 Burst results for "Barton Fink"

"barton fink" Discussed on Bald Movies

Bald Movies

04:10 min | Last month

"barton fink" Discussed on Bald Movies

"The movie i saw on the internet said noted that the number six is repeated. Three times in the elevator barton says six and then the guy says floor six and then we got the top. He says floors six clearly. There's there's a lot of hell motif stuff going on here. I don't know what to do with that. Yeah that's kind of why. I said you need to know the history of how this film got written and made and for some reason like there's this it's mixed up and miller's crossing when when shit i've which i haven't seen by neither had i feel i need that for the proper context but win. The cohen brothers were writing miller's crossing. They got stuck. They got to a point where they had two riders blocked. They couldn't figure out the ending to this movie and they came up with this idea for barton fink right which they then made later on again for me as total shifts being my big bugaboo. I feel like i'm a lot. It's a lot easier for me to go along. With the unstoppable because that's something erakat and his brothers love of this unstoppable evil supernatural force character. Yeah i've i've a lot easier time rolling with them when they're like lauren malveaux and there are a lot more firmly situated in the real world. you know like at no time did literal flames burst out of his mouth or doing anything crazy like that. Or you know horns his head or if you want to do stuff like that. I like it better in raising arizona where you've got this evil biker. Guy who is literally riding his bike up ladders and through windows and he's like this goblin thing. I liked evil dead style right. Yeah like like it's when it's in a comedy or a farce for some reason my suspension disbelief is a lot more powerful. And those type of fantastical situations. It's weird because i realized that when you take it at face value in this whole movie is basically about writer's block in about the creative dilemma as it is.

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"barton fink" Discussed on "Diary of an Unemployed Actor"

"Diary of an Unemployed Actor"

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"barton fink" Discussed on "Diary of an Unemployed Actor"

"You know. The thirty years interspersed with You know you know rapid heartbeat. When you find that the things got cancelled, you're not GonNa get this day that you already spent the money on yeah. Yeah. A lot of my life is get shorty. You know or fo finger something like that. You know. So you see that or you see a Barton Fink and depending on the day I'm watching those movies I'm literally in stitches laughing. or I need need a drink. I needed to be sedated watching. You know those same experiences because they're so close. In my life. So anything new that you're working on, you mentioned the script anything anything else? Yeah. I. Mean. I'm really focused on this TV project and hoping that happens but I'm very excited to see a launch of chiefs apple. I'm very excited to see what happens with American Gargoyles I. Hope People will take a moment and look at this movie uncomfortably. Comfortable. Their documentary, weekly and The. I'm having I'm having fun doing a lot of stuff. with the no expectation of just my kind of plotting along the income. And just. Kind of enjoying the process and you know you get again. Kids. It's great to be alive. Enjoy it. It's like you know and and not use the time well, like you should be working like some sort of worker bee or you know a carpenter anther something but. He got a movie studio in your pocket, these phones now, and when I was coming up, everything was knocking on a door and begging somebody to recognize that you might have something to say and letting you in the door, and now you don't even have to knock on that door anymore and you could make stuff out of your pocket. And don't be afraid. The only thing that I think is bad for the younger generation. Is People make stuff and they posted immediately and sometimes it's not good. and. So you don't have to show everybody everything. You're row. You don't have to show everybody everything you shot. You don't have to show everybody your poem or you're painting. Eight minutes after you make it. You may want to make it and think about it and look at it and enjoy that you did it and then think about it, and then put it out, and if people don't like it, they don't like it if you don't like, but then you go onto the next thing but. It imagine a world I know a lot of things are terrible about this world, but imagine the world where you couldn't ever make scrip unless somebody gave you permission and the person who would give you permission trust? Me Is not someone you would like. All right. On that. Inspiring note I. think that's a good time to end it. Absolutely. Perfect. That's brilliant. So Once again, chiefs who is out the seven, th of August. So this will be coming out on the third. So perfect, just a few days before seven or great American argyle's people confided in the bookstore. Comfortably comfortable is on documentaries weekly documentary weekly, and of course, you people want to track you down where would they find you? Probably, the best way through instagram yet gotTa Instagram. At American cars. Enjoy the rest of your day. Neil..

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"barton fink" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"barton fink" Discussed on Here & Now

"What I know Texas down here here on your own. Who John. It sounds like a thriller. Tell us more so blood. Simple is the first movie from the. Coen brothers and you probably know they went on to make a amazing assortment of movies. No country for old men. Fargo Big Lebowski Barton Fink. I think what you see in this movie as a style. That is both very distinct and also really violent It is a beautifully told story and their little things that if you watch closely you'll notice kind of repeating in their other films down the line and I was reading a review last night by Andro here in Salon and he noticed that M Walsh the character that you were just referencing. He wears a leisure leisure suit in the film. And it has Julia Bulges because he insisted that the COEN brothers pay him in cash at the beginning of every week of shooting any carried the money with him at all times so that's why his character suit doesn't fit. Well it's loaded with cash cash that comes into the story later in the film blood. Simple is not a movie that a lot of people have watched but again it's the portal into a great career. And you get to see the Coen brothers first movie. Oh Great. I'll watch it just to see those bulges that you're talking about. Let's move on to the French film. Tell no one you call it your favorite foreign language movie that no one has ever heard of. What makes you such a Fan? So this is a French movie from two thousand six and it is one of those plots that is so is so well plotted out that everything makes sense at the end but you kind of have to pay close attention to it. It's beautiful music in it It just one of those films that I think is perfect. There's not a bad scene in it. It's a very hopeful story about love conquering all which seems like an appropriate story For these days But it's also moving that nobody seen it's called tell tell no one is in French. Do not look at your phone. Do not do anything else while you're watching this film because you have to pay attention but you will be rewarded because everything in it makes sense at the end. Oh Hey one more You go back to the nineties for this next one. The nineteen ninety six film Lone Star from writer director John Sales and it stars Chris Cooper as Sheriff in Texas town and we hear in scene. He's following in the footsteps of His late. Father Buddy and he's not comfortable about it. Let's listen.

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"barton fink" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

13:24 min | 1 year ago

"barton fink" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Like you said even if it said in modern times there's just something that it's a. Coen brothers world still somehow. Yeah we're just living in it baby. Yeah Man And it's a world where like you were saying. The disrespect to the writer in Hollywood. William Faulkner is house you know. He's not a great writer. He's a great south. I love how many times he says south in that scene Martin just keeps going kind of going on. He just keeps going shaking his head. South South one of the great words do in. That's good good crossword puzzle in that moment to where she lube. I mean I feel like I could talk for an hour just on Tony. Shalhoub ze two scenes that moment where he leaps forward onto his desk a little bit. Yeah where he's talking about Never Make Lip. Nick like you. He's taken an interest. You realize what that means Guide he's so distraught and then when he's like I really haven't written anything loose said right. Jesus Jack can't read you gotTa tell it to him. Can't read so great man. I wish all their movies were about Hollywood. I mean a lot of ways. I mean not all of them are but all of them are kind of. Yeah you know like even even when they're not about Hollywood. I feel like they're kind of about movies. Yeah like the you know the playing with with all of your expectations of what a movie Canon should be. Yeah I mean Fargo feels like like hey you know what if we made a hit film about cops in? What is it northern Minnesota? Yeah like it napping gone wrong. It's like daring you to not care about this movie like it almost feels like it's it's a issuing a challenge to the audience right. You can't even imagine that this would be an interesting film. You'd be wrong totally The the movie Barton Fink just builds this unease throughout the whole thing this sort of impending doom and where it really kind of Ramps up I think is obviously the second half but that screening room sequence with the wrestling dailies. Yeah is so effective somehow like that. Here's a guy that doesn't have much experience with with Pictures. He doesn't he doesn't go to the pictures much. What an alienating experience it would be to just see. The raw material from which film is edited. Yeah because he's not learning anything about writing a wrestling movie with those Russia's it's all just I will destroy him over and over and they start coming at a faster clip in that sense of unease is just building and building because you see his face. He's just like this isn't helping me. This is making it worse. Yeah and it's just flash on flash like it's so it's like gross looking pretty gross. Big Men in tights thing about food is that it's never just about food. The sources the origins and the roots of different food ways are intrinsically tied to our humanity from iheartradio and wet stone. Magazine comes season. Two of point of origin a podcast dedicated to exploring that connection season two or drinking natural wine and learning why it's all the rage were discussing. T in Asia and along the way sampling Taiwanese long and Sri Lankan Salem. We're exploring food through the Lens of sport cooking and considering the connection between supporting refugee food ways and examining cultural empathy so please join us as we traveled a new place each week to consider the origins of the things. We eat entering with me. Your host Tour Guide Steven Satterfield. Fine point of origin season two on the iheartradio APP. Or wherever you listen to podcasts. Let's talk a little bit about the hotel room scene with Judy Davis when she comes over to do what she did for bill so many times. I thought that that was going to be a scene about her. Sort of becoming his muse. Yeah same first time I saw and it really does not go in that direction at all I mean Muse. Being the most charitable way to describe it. And maybe the fact that she's a woman and doesn't get any respect in this time and place and could be a great writer in her own right but has to sort of has to sort of get her workout through like you know people by the great men around her whatever. Yeah curious if That's got to be a true thing. That was faulkner. Accused of having a ghostwriter. No I bet you any bitch anything. They got that from real life. I'm curious I'll have to go back and look later but That scene is it's about seven minutes long which if you've never written movies or made a movie or anything probably doesn't sound like a longtime but for listeners. If you're watching a film kind of kind of think about how long scenes are seven. Minutes is super super long for one scene in one room with two people right like the I seen structure is based on two characters. Enter a scene wanting to different things and you know it's like it's conflict resolution writ small. The way you know to our movie is about conflict conflict resolution read Lard Ed to spend seven minutes. Doing that is is pretty audacious. I think and kind of the central scene in the film aside from the totally the climax. Yeah I agree. 'cause the the go so many places in the seven minutes he's he's sort of having anxiety attack when she shows up and she goes right into this soothing Sort of mommy soothes angry child mode and then she lets it slip that she had done this so many times for bill and that ramps up this big revelation and then he goes beserk and she again brings him back down like the the amount of emotional places. This scene goes is kinda crazy. Yeah also got one of the great lines Sometimes instead of away feet have the wrestler protect idiot man child studios always aided that instead of a wave. Yeah the the and then like giving into the the sexual tension at the end. Despite the fact the films the scene starts with him being under the gun right like the clock is ticking on getting something and and by the end of the scene. You don't care about that anymore. Which is an amazing magic trick like the that? They're able to hide that tension by the end of the scene. Yeah I guess because Barton is able to stop and perform some coil acts You do kind of forget about it and then I guess the very next seen is while the next scene is the next morning. And that's when the nightmare begins right But he got straight from there over to lip Knicks. Dutney right he The they have the poolside meeting right. And it's kind of the first moment. Where Barton is a little cagey? Yeah you know he He says like I'm not gonNa tell you what's in my mind because I you know giving giving voice to these words before they're on the page could despoil them and it's not a I. Guess I guess. Goodman leaves leaves the mysterious package in his room. That's when Barton finds the the Holy Bible in finds the word another great. Coen brothers thing. Oh my God. Based on that guy is the is the evil the evil worker in the hudsucker building. Right in the next. You know. He's the one that's scraping waring hudsucker name off of the president's office and then and then fights the The elevator technician at the end. I WanNa think that's the same guy in their world. Yeah differ jobs but but this is kind of like when when he starts to be able to write and I think that like maybe the like the subtlest joke in the in the movie is that the script is obviously just kind of a warmed-over version of his play. Yeah yeah which is not at all so so many of the words are say like the the fishmongers and everything and it's just a he's like. This is the best thing I've ever written. It's like it's you know when a band releases their second album and it's just like yeah. This is kind of just your first album again. Yeah yeah well and then the reaction from learner like a little fruity maybe a little bit for the critics but yeah. We don't want him wrestling with his emotions. I know I wanNA know what that script was. I know that's one of the great. Like unresolved things in the COEN brothers. Annals I think is what movie did he write the the other very Coen's Sort of subtle joke is when Charlie his he agrees to clean up the body that obviously he had killed and and two zero in the bathroom and you see him carrying the body out and just bonk's her head on the dresser on the way out they have so many subtle things like that in their films. I think this just those are the nuggets that set them apart. You know yeah. I can't imagine that that is something that they come up within the script phase right like I don't know man. There's so many details but like I see them being on set and be like you know it'd be really funny you know yeah just bunker on the head The other thing it this midpoint you know or not midpoint I guess. More of the third act it becomes the plot gets really weird and The cinematic it gets really weird. And it's such a strange for A. I mean this is a mainstream movie. It didn't do great at the box office but I think this was their effort to make something that people would see in. It takes such a strange turn for a mainstream film. It like the reality of it starts getting dialed up to in a way that you just don't see like a studio movies do yeah and Yeah I mean it's it's kind of what the movie is making fun of like the like it's the it's the inner struggle that the movies kind of preoccupied with and You know maybe signaling to the audience like if if you're not here for this if you're not like interested in seeing thinks play you probably won't be able to make it through this. Yeah like I for sure. Want to see Barton. Thanks play Oh totally dude absolutely You know and then we get to the end with the. That's where it really goes off. The rails are You know as far as definitely leaving reality is the hallway. Fire these two detectives. That are so amazing. Yeah I don't recognize those actors from other. Maybe the maybe the taller. The two detectives look a little familiar to me but I definitely recognize him. Yeah they're great and they're they have kind of a lot of the movie on their shoulders like if if they don't somehow feel more threatening than John Goodman like that flip when he chases them down. The hallway with the shotgun is not gonNa.

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"barton fink" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"barton fink" Discussed on WTVN

"That he was in. Okay. Was oh Brother Where Art? This is correct. Oh, brother where he is one of the the three escaped convicts. He plays peaked thought you was a toad. Harry loves that movie Barton Fink Barton Fink is correct. He is Barton Fink. Rounders rounders is correct him in Matt Damon? He plays Joey niche. I used to get that. And then this movie Clockers mixed up, by the way, his full the full character name and the big lebowski is Hayes can contain ah. Okay. Yes. But he says he says his name is Jesus. I said Clockers Clockers. Yeah. Was right, right. Get them confused with rounders. Promise that our wifi is down inside the news on my phone. So I can't Clockers. Yes. Detective Larry Missoula. Back to you. A ton of famous movie. He's also recently worked with a big budget blockbuster director. Does nothing but big budget blockbusters. Well, I'm thinking I think I'm thinking about that same line of movies. But I don't think he was in all of them. And I don't know which ones he was in with. That's a problem with this game. Yes. It is. So I'm just going to go with the first one..

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"barton fink" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"barton fink" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"Waterboy is he in that one? I don't know. That was rob Schneider. Did you use your lifeline already? No. I haven't. I. Also, get for the prize bag. What? Yeah, tell us about it. It's the place. I love here. I could give it somewhere else. But they wouldn't be able to use it there. I love that place so much on other people to love to it's actually category. You wanna take a just don't look twice at the double deuce. Are. They have good food there. The do good food there. You can take a scooter. You could take a lime or bird or end razor win. Do you corner? Your they make cars now to put it in you. Oh. Wait. What was your guests? It was waterboy. Oh, yes. Go to your life line. I think okay, sue outta. I don't never him being in Armageddon. She does says yes, does she also say con air. Yes. She does say air. She's she's naming movies. We've already said. Does she really have nothing else? Besides arm again. What is it big fish? He's in big fish. I'm going to say that he is. I love it. I'll go he plays the big fish. Okay. Silly is. Xiaomi? Xiaomi and baked fish. Well, I'm gonna go obscure on you guys. And you're gonna maybe not believe me. But he was in an indie about making a movie called. Here's the director has called living in a blue vian. Yeah. That's true. Cut for Mr. I didn't make that up Graham Elwood style. I did leave Garrett would be. Todd. What do you in rat got? Okay. I'm gonna I'm gonna lose. Can I use my lifeline? Yes. The guy standing behind you. I know what? Barton fink. Ooh, very good. Yes. I thought that was. Yeah. Excellent Barton Fink. Not too smart Fink. Think Barton think think think. Yeah. Of course, rest in peace. Yeah. Oh, it's so sad. Nobody nobody knows who he is. They don't know that we're joking about him being dead. But this Clark brothers. I just checked in their live. Oh. Can't believe. Yeah. Dan. I mean, especially he's in everything just a movie fifth element fifth element. He's not in that one damn. It's. All right. Let me think of another one. Maybe. Ooh. Was he in?.

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"barton fink" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"barton fink" Discussed on The Film Vault

"Performances by Elvis Presley and the aforementioned Marilyn Monroe, presumably others. This is a an established hotel stuck in the fifties. So well, well, yes, I think it's restored like you said about the other the other place, it's not renovated. It's restored. Because in the movie, I think it was twenty twenty two or so when Las Vegas became uninhabitable because of nuclear fallout, and so of course, decker lives there because Republican, but no one else can live there completely isolated Ryan Gosling trucks them down, but he's living in this old dilapidated hotel and wasteland of was Las Vegas, and it is a very Irie placing imagine that in the year twenty twenty or so it was a very interesting retro hotel where they showed hologram performances by the aforementioned from the food or probably maybe presumably Frank Sinatra ratpac, probably should have have cyber pu-. Person we had never heard of for the future. That's also now be kind of cool Justin Bieber, but like, you know. Future sputnik? Birla they probably would but Nichols from the future. But couldn't it confined name for it. And I'll have I written down as the vintage casino. But it might have just been described as vintage casino your the way. My number two lot of sand. Too much San AER sandstorm inspired by a real sandstorm. That Denis Villeneuve was in. Okay. This sand storm and the movie was his buyer, but actual sandstorm that occurred. Director had to set it. There was in the race. Psycho was actually inspired by an actual storm that occurred the rain blatant blade runner was actual raindrop number one for me. I almost no shit. This is why this is number one for me, Brian. I came very close to living in a renovated studio apartment in downtown Long Beach, when I went to film school out there because of this movie because of the hotel in this movie, and I would have if parking was not an issue I scouted when I got off line, and I went home. So I wasn't getting home one for Terry. No parking. So I'm like, I can't do it as much as I wanna live in something that feels like the hotel Earle from Barton hotel Earl Barton Fink and there's nothing to like about this. It's a horrible. You don't wanna be a hotel. Visit man it's like the the wall paper is so hot in the wallpapers actually healing highly off and just small boxing claustrophobic. It's an art deco style. And. All the shit, but something romantic about it perfect set in for for the writer, especially the Barton Fink writer who was he was out of water as well John tour. I love this Barton Fink so much. Thinks room the actual room where we're in all the hallways were John Goodman, exposes himself who really is one point eight a great movie, and I hope I didn't even say too much right there, a really fun movie. Jero plays this. It's my top three Coen. Brothers movies all time author like Jit writer who comes out to Hollywood and the glory days, and they fly him out there. And they hold them up in this town. They have them, right? Pound out. Crabby script about wrestlers wrestlers. Franks room. So his room. He's like little studio apartment or a hotel room sets all made in a back lot. And they're gonna Bill sets, but the lobby. Was shot at the Wilton theater here in LA gonna that the Wilton was Carrillo was one of the name, and rightfully so it's it's at the corner of Wilshire and western and they call it the Wilton is that right? We'll call it the Wilton because it's half of those each of those names at the streets that cross a concert venue. Consciousness. So of us Wayne there couple times. So Billy idol there. Libation took over last. I was there and they had a real VIP over used to kind of for all. L E there. I don't care what it was a movie theater was built as a movie theater, and they back in the heyday, lots of beautiful art deco style..

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"barton fink" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"barton fink" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"But again, it's it's intended to be vague. Your ending is a good point of of Flynn coming in Reno and listening to Darlene, was that always the end? I'm just kind of curious to hear what other endings you might have toyed with had a different ending. At one point with him and her in the parking lot outside at one point and that sort of outline phase where she told him she was going to sing. I didn't do what what we did now where she mentioned it a few times, she'd never mentioned where she was going to sing. She was. She was. She told him where she was going and said, can you do you think you can manage to remember that? And he said, yes, I can remember that. And I sort of liked it intellectually, but then I was writing it and realized not. Are you wanna see around the states? That's why we're, that's this movie is building to her on the stage trust. That's where it's going and just do it. What was your toughest seen as a writer and as a director, what was your toughest scene and how did you creatively breakthrough challenge and Jeremy same to you as a producer, the one you kept sweating about on the page when you kept sweating about onset? It was the one I was just described with Arleen because that's that's really one thirty page scene. I mean, it really is this really long seen that occasionally breaks out to go for a Vietnam interlude. But other than that it is is a thirty. Scene. So it was that was definitely the biggest challenge intentionally. So I really wanted to challenge myself to do something different and push myself uncomfortable places, but it was scary to to figure it all out. That's for sure, both as a writer and a director, that one is the same scene, Jeremy. What about your toughest thing? I don't know. Probably just logistically because it was really hard to figure out it kind of haunted us the whole movie. It was just like, how did how to accomplish the Vietnam flashback. I mean, we were shooting in Vancouver in the winter. It looks nothing like Vietnam. How do we do this on a scale? We knew that it needed to be a really grand Tableau. That'll sold it in a quick image. And the hard part is trying to justify that when you need one image, it's really big. It's really complicated, but it also doesn't go on for very long. So how do you, how do you justify that from production standpoint? How do you manage to make all that happen? And we went down a couple blind alleys as we kind of tried to figure that out, and it was it was challenging and we ended up, I think, with a really cool version that we shot here in Los Angeles, but it was a that was LA, but it was, but it was tough. Wow, at doesn't know to Martin west LA drew, but to make it feel so big. And I wanna make sure we get one from the crowds just, you know, a brief question before we do as for the guy on the film. And we never saw never heard his name. Is he the same guy that had the golden briefcase in Pulp Fiction? I'm totally joking. There was a lot of tarintino Lovin as moving. I love you before. Let's let's get one from the crowd. Were there any films use as reference that you wanted to cast and crew? Yes, absolutely. We screened out of the Pat out of the past which is my favorite film war pickup on south street Chinatown. Obviously you can't make them what's in Chinatown Barton Fink Clute I think we watch what else do we watch if that's the big one of the big ones, a lot of hotels stuff in Barton Fink. That's good. Another question from the crowd good either duality of the line running through the hotel when father Flynn is hit in the head. That's the only violence that happens in California. Could you speak more about that. God bless you for noticing. Yes. And it's also a specific kind of violence which is is a protective violence, which is the only time that sort of happens it and and so that that was the intent. It was like, okay, this is if you notice when you go back and watch it, the paintings behind them or even pointing to the violence that is about to happen..

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"barton fink" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"barton fink" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"I don't know why we did this, but my mom and I skipped school to go see it. I wasn't like an indie film kid in highest. Why would be looking forward to a new Coen brothers movie? Yeah. I don't know why my mom was for whatever reason we both really wanted to see. And she was like, well, why don't we just go to school today? I would always if there's any excuse not to go to school, I would go. And I would skip school often to go see movies, but rarely with my mother's really cool. It took you to see the the big lebowski part. Two of that story is one of my teachers was sitting two rows ahead. Theater. Amazing. Yes, pretty awesome. Teachers, probably really cool. I don't remember. It's name though. I mean, it's funny because that was this is their follow up to Fargo riot. So I think Fargo was what really put them like on the world stage because they had Hudsucker proxy and they had Miller's crossing Barton Fink. All of them were kind of like these little underground movies. I mean, they're popular and they're really making name for themselves, but then Fargo, busted it wide open. And so the the anticipation for their follow up, like how they going to, you know, how are they going to match? This was the kind of feeling and then they came out this truly original movie, and I was thinking about it on the way over here. Like what I wanted to say about it. 'cause it's kind of a hard movie to put into words in general, but it's because it's why it's great is because it's hard to summarize an easy sentence. It sounds so stupid on paper, and it's one of those things where you're like, how did this movie come into being the? It kind of shows the the genius of the Coen brothers. 'cause they're great craftsmen really how their brain works. I think is what makes. Them so special. And this is an example of like this movie just poof into existence that of their crazy brains. And that's why does conic has. So maybe you and your mom wanted to see it after of the the coattails of Fargo, that is very possible. I think my mom loved Fargo, so yet airy. Airy and that has a great film ju. Yeah, it's I'm always torn between like their objectively best film, not just what I love the most because but like no country for old man refer always ends up on for my, I think their best shirt, but I think probably the most beloved, maybe they're most original, even though sometimes you can't wear. It's influences on its sleeve is the big lebowski. There's something kind of quintessentially Cohen about it. Yeah, it also is kind of. Yeah, like you said, quintessentially Cohen. It's got all of their things in it, like, you know. And even like now, at the Fargo TV show, they seem to be doing a lot of call backs too big lebowski but to their entire career of the Coen brothers, this kind of like to to them and everything they've done, not just Fargo, but big lebowski seems to be like the the biggest thing where you see all kinds of references like totally pick that up. Well, it's become so much part of the movie lexicon kind of the shorthand movie culture. Her, we know such as even like the lebowski fast people almost cause play it, you know? So it's it's really kind of superseded any kind of influence that. I think that other films have had because it's gone beyond just the movie world or the critical world, but it's just like this such a huge fan base in LA. I love for the dude is now become so iconic character such a perfect character end John Goodman's character just yeah, but I mean, all of them really. I think that's like one of the main things that makes like as we're gonna get into our puzzle pieces. You know, one of the.

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"barton fink" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

Scriptnotes Podcast

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"barton fink" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

"It is legal but does not violate laws yes nice all right it's time for our one cool things my one cool think came out of a sort of youtube whole i fell down in i'm doing some research for a period with maybe a working on member first period movie actually i i'm not big period will be person but this thing that i might be working on takes place in the fifties and so i was looking at bunch of fifties videos and came across this video called welcome to southern california it is produced by the santa fe railroad it's a tourism video about how great southern california is and i'm gonna play one of the clip here because i found it absolutely fascinating rama beautifully designed panish type station at los angeles in the heart of the city of the angels a thrill of southern california is in the air i find this pronunciation of the city i live in los angeles i pronounce his los angeles and it's like a who is this person talking and then as you do more research you guys like oh that actually it was very common pronunciation of the city at the time and so obviously this is a spanish name it's been converted a bunch of different times we've finally come to a consensus that it's los angeles but at this time and it was a real controversy for pronounce the city and the pronunciation in this video which is los angeles dip was really common and it's really strange that sitted i've lived in all this time is that why us that he puts four syllables in california i horny ah i love that california feis local sorry california it's just so odd and so he does it through the entire video and so it's just so funny to first off to see these tests that i know so well opposite have them narrated as if it's some sort of alien landscape it's just great i loved this video when barton fink shows up to the hotel in.

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"barton fink" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"barton fink" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"No no he'd made defending your life right he also made the scout this year which is like a pretty cute movie in my memory frazier picture yeah and they makes mother a couple years after that this is sort of like the twilight of his yeah movie star career i guess i mean he's really kind of put the more on his own films and he takes awhile in between films yeah and he's just chilling out yet right i mean does voices on the simpsons sometimes that's it he really is just chilling out and they cast him as joel silver and like ron silver plays joel silver in true romance rasi essentially playing joel silver in that film i think he is and like what's the one i'm thinking of you know you could you could go like oh a casting like michael lerner type that makes sense sure barton fink was right someone joel silver analog in get shorty as well okay like there are people who have done successfully at this point in time because he was such a big figure and then you hire our brooks who is so vulnerable and so neurotic the play this guy who was like no filter all bluster right and they don't change his look at all which is kind of distracting because our approach has such defined persona at this point it's true he's usually neb in this one he's playing like a ball buster right and i'm like can we just put sunglasses on and could he grow some stubble could we put them in leather like it just feels like when he's wearing leather defend shirt tight sir into nice slack daddy brooks and then he just starts acting like an asshole.

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"barton fink" Discussed on Off Camera with Sam Jones

Off Camera with Sam Jones

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"barton fink" Discussed on Off Camera with Sam Jones

"Is like watching mark rylance onstage there's a passive jumble of things going on but he won't move a muscle and you're going to go right too so when you watch something like that do you go or i can see some of the method there or i can see usually switch it off and watch the movie yeah do that i get sucked into things and they'll be bad performances will i go it doesn't matter because it it's i suspend my disbelief right what i notice a lot of your performances is that in some of your characters there may be something lurking under the surface that you only let out a little bit every now and then so the viewer can almost wonder if they're they're putting that barton fink after you run down the hall and you're firing the gun in the u sit on the bed and it's almost like you're letting the mass clip just a little bit and putting it back up and it's what we do is human beings we we think we're fooling the world and i guess acting such a mystery to me of how you modulate that and it's a mystery to me too if i set out to do the things you describe feel miserably it just something happens and barton thank you got a script but jolan ethan cohen any let the script of the work just hang on for the ride the writing is so damn good it lessens my workload when i try to work it gets things get sticky it's when you let it happen for me anyway i'm fascinated with that idea of how much is humans we want to control things and and do all the hard work and all the research and keep the critical voice at bay so that so that when we come in to do our thing on the day we feel prepared but at the same time sometimes that that thinking can spoil the thing she will will for me anyway lately i've been working so much in so many different places away from home.

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"barton fink" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"barton fink" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Yeah and yet i think marcia gay harden holds her own and manages to turn a lot of these men around within the plot and for her own neons despite not getting all that time so miller's crossing was number one on your coen brothers films ranking i'm guessing it stayed there after this and this is you know this is a in a sense of pointless because these are well it's pointless because it's pointless but also because with the coen brothers we're talking very small degrees here i'm only going to say i did watch true grit within the last week which says another one i need or coen brothers film so there's another one that would have been in the running hail caesar's fairly fresh in my mind it was my top film of that year i have it at number three and then i have no country and number two which is the one i probably should revisit to really clamp down this list but yeah after this revisit i'm definitely keeping it their number so it is all about degrees and this is totally arbitrary anyway but our coen brothers top ten really doesn't look very similar at all other than us both having no country pretty high you have the number two i have it at number one i had that top tier which for me is no country fargo than inside lou and davis and then barely a drop off at all right that's how to tier two raising arizona i put it that high i exalt raising arizona because i think it just might be if not the funniest film of all time it's in my top five comedies ever made so it deserves to be there at number four then i had barton fink lebowski a serious man blood simple then miller's crossing that's how far down i had it and i'll get to the reasons why in a moment but i had it then just ahead of true grit at number ten now because of how much i love miller's crossing watching it again i've bumped it up to number six and i could make a case for having it ahead of raising arizona barton fink it it's it's just so hard because they're all so great but josh for me it was number nine because of how far removed i was from seeing it originally it wasn't fresh in my mind at all but also because.

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"barton fink" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"barton fink" Discussed on Filmspotting

"I am voting against hoop dreams you have southerly trick that relationship i have apparently i'm sorry steve the number one overall seed it's pulp fiction going against saving private ryan i mean we didn't want that to beat out of sight so no way were voting for it against pulp fiction that's right pulp fiction will move on in my bracket it should toy story versus another spielberg film schindler's list men spielberg's going down twice i think so too as well as you're others aren't too schindler's had a strong showing in the first round by toy story now you gotta go toaster hillberg done i think venture fight club up against the coen brothers barton thank which fight club which viewing a fight club yeah are we looking at some point according to brad pitt barton fink mi2 okay i love barton fink and as much as i do have some respect for fi club it's movie i really need to revisit i need one of those rewatta is to decide where i stand i don't need to see burden thank you get to know that i love it our final match up to determine the sweet sixteen josh wong karwai as chungking express verses tarantino's jackie brown so i did vote for junkie expressed of the first round but i have to continue my support of tarantino's best film jackie brown gets the vote for okay i love jackie brown i do but i'm still go on with my head i really am going with my hair insane and i think one car last junkie expressed should advance okay we do have our phones flooding madness tournament that takes place among the four of us me you sam and fill spotting his godfather nightmare again and as i look at the bracket thus we have to perfect one so far are you kidding me no got all of them right got all the firstround match ups right how did i pull that off no it was a year ago it was not you it was mike merigan and yours truly a good gracious kimio called all re.

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"barton fink" Discussed on Back To Work

Back To Work

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"barton fink" Discussed on Back To Work

"Y you not to say not much sit around funny and on sunny got a penny on your head it's still good it's still good it's it's it's peak cage while that valley girl you know valley girls very good to it's it thank you know it's a team movie but valley girl was when i first saw him and america fell in love with the nicholas cage miller's crossing in barton fink are not the same movie no totally different also also miller's cross he's not the same movies that other movie came out at the same time the the gather gangster movie john to teuro drawn to tour i have a a little bit of follow up not a lot nine i am i sign up for spotify live on air last episode him boy i really like spotify i mean this is not news to the rest of the frican world but i guess i've had blinders on murmur moumia abou meriem but you know fetes that's exactly what you sound like sound that's the sound of using apple music i'm her i guess luke click here and there and the ride in or click there and uh and there's something that that i would like i would change abide like i need to figure out a way to like add like don't just show me reverse chronological albums with every single track like that's crazy making i want to get down to hard day's night and i'm still stuck on an thalji like an animal um but boys it ever great answer to things that just mentioned yet spot for school uh i mentioned this last week but this now called stamp the mp all caps that you can get.

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"barton fink" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"barton fink" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"It it alluded to kill him but i always told combed brothers it said you have you would have had a love scene of post coyle seen between his character and my carrier because his character spoke even faster than my cara inc i said it would this is the movie will be a success that's why that's why the israeli xrays was financial let's so fully steven i say you know now we digital could do it until we can say will serve those that one and then with barton fink who will remind people was this this tortured new york playwright who gets his taste of hollywood i guess it was he a inspired by clifford odell similar select in some ways looking at some ways not so you really i know poured yourself into the prepped for that one and i'll ask you a moment just if you can share some of what he did but just to contextualised how well it was received premiers that can wins palm door best director for the coins best actor for you all this stuff and then here was one that as i understand it it cost nine million gross six so how did made its money back before was released in in they were in the the black before the movie was released because the because of the they sold that that the territory subtle with her i did very very well in other kearns are i mean really well hummel one like the david donatello award at when fini italy's it did really well and in france it did tremendously.

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"barton fink" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"barton fink" Discussed on The Canon

"Rumer willis the suit and worse moberg suit america's serena and my mom is name artha our work so do ju connects with bruce clark at that moment to obviously i'm a super villain now so he has added a just honestly i want to reiterate is we're not talking about batman versus superman but that is the worst moment came from extreme but a measure the worst enjoy anything in birth them in asia the oil oh right was under the new on virtual hall and then that is there the think either high does it look at it and say i i like the film of this i like any that the film operates on this cartoon logic and others that comics you know they run into the bank and they're like freeze and get down and the level were choosing freezer get down and that is not at all realistic action because it's operating in this world of looney toons just like the the guy in the gas station who decides to count to seven hundred ninety one the now i love mccrone slip in and out of work otherwise i would love barton fink as much as are due in which i think is spectacular and i love hudsucker proxy ever naming show we loved her i just want to reiterate for your listeners that i don't heat which longer others you know i just don't like this movie which is very odd for me i was shocked better a what i'm glad you gave it to shots though that impressive i watch are the first time or wants to at home and i was like okay the second time i watched it on an airplane so i should have been more susceptible to liking it because i liked bad moms when i watched it on airport how bad moms has its mom i knew that slowmotion pains in in the gushed it's like if you stick a movie in front of me on an airplane with the cabin pressure increased and i'm drinking white among my like forced tiny bottle of vodka then.

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