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Hail, Caesar! (2016) Movie Reviews

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Matthew Brady 01/20/2017 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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Hail, Caesar isn't the great Coen brothers movie that I wanted, but it's a one that I can enjoy and admire in some away. This movie is both a love letter and almost an accurate look at old fashion film making. There's plenty to like here. The cinematography is excellent, the cast is superb, the humor is rich and hilarious. But the real stand out in "Hail, Caesar" was Alden Ehrenreich. This guy was brilliant and stole every scene he's in. I'm looking forward seeing him in the Han Solo spin-off. I got faith in him. I mean, he made a convincing idiot with charm that made spaghetti as a cowboy rope- this guy can do it.

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Chrisman 27 12/13/2016 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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I have to be honest I'm not sure if the movie was supposed to make you laugh or just be a stupid movie in general but I laughed at some of it other times growning from discust of the stupid jokes being thrown at me but hwy what can I say but I didn't love it or hate it had exactly no feeling at all about this movie aside from the laughs I got not the best but not all together terrible either go get a copy of it you might have a good time watching it though me personally I enjoyed o brother where art thou more than this but it is a good time at the movies with a little fun thrown in

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Chris Kavan 07/07/2016 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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This is the Coen Brother's love letter to the Golden Age of Hollywood and, if you are familiar at all with that period, you will get a lot more out of the film From Channing Tatum's surprisingly effective tap-dancing to Alden Ehrenreich's cowboy-turned-dramatic actor to Scarlett Johansson's Esther Williams sendup - the film is dripping in 50s Hollywood culture and aesthetic. While the laughter could have been better, overall I felt a lot of love coming from this project and is worth it for any fan of the era.

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Amy 02/10/2016 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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Strange but delightful, it feels like a slightly more accessible sequel to Barton Fink. There are many surface pleasures here, but I think it will take some time before I've peeled away all the layers and figured out what's really going on.

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