Excellent dark comedy/satire. The Coen Brothers know how to make a great film.
Terrifically introspective parable, it’s delightful to see Stuhlbarg’s life and preconceptions crumble around him carelessly.
A darkly comical portrayal of faith, and how it can be tested to its utmost limits.
Very dry, dark humor, hard to slog through the mundane. Nihilistic. Worthwhile ending. Recommend.
An incredibly nuanced look into how one can deal with the troubles of life with religion. It's also dark and hilarious. Somehow.
With the opening scene it really did seem promising... But when you think about it a simple drama with a man which life is falling apart
An intriguing character study of confusion, temptation, and the effects of our own personal choices.
Not to everyone's taste, but it is truly an excellently movie.
My second Coen Bros. movie. Very different and subtly funny. Highly recommend.
Underrated movie. Pretty mundane but enjoyable
It's definitely an interesting and well made film that explores serious themes in a fun manner.
One of the greatest by the Coen brothers. Funny, and chaotic about a life of a serious man goes off track.
I love the Coen Brothers. This is not their best, but it feels the most like them. It feels like sitting down for a chat about anxiety.
A drier, darker comedy than we’re used to seeing from the Coens, and it’s definitely one of the most personal. But personal is hit or miss.
One of my favs. Endlessly rewatchable bc of subtle details (facial expressions, quick jokes, etc)
A very well written movie that shows an appropriate representation of a midlife crisis and how it affects someone.
One of my favorite Coen movies. As usual with their films, it’s meditative, parabolic, fable, social and funny as fck
You think that everything is a symbol but in reality it's just a straightforward drama
The Coen Brothers succeed again with this slow, intimate film, accented by a great performance by Stuhlbarg
A great film not for the casual movie goer though