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Stranger Than Paradise

Stranger Than Paradise
Among the First True "Indie" Films
3.5/4 stars

Stranger Than Paradise is a film that attempts to present the people of America at a particular time in history. Like other indie directors to follow, Jarmusch does not focus so on plot so much as intense characterization of a group of lazy, underachieving slackers. He allows us to follow them on their aimless journey across America as they con...

 

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SIngli6

SIngli6- wrote on 03/28/11 at 07:47 AM CT

 

I actually found the writing of 'Fargo' to be slightly turgid and uneven, while I found the writing of 'Burn After Reading' to be the very essence of brilliant script composition. The latter film also has a deluge of witty one-liners that the former seems to lack, even in small doses. With that said, though, I should note that my sense of humour is almost terminally misanthropic, and I find almost any type of comedic work that tries to affirm the alleged beauty of the human condition to be rather unpalatable.

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SIngli6- wrote on 03/22/11 at 06:34 AM CT
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I think 'Burn After Reading' is the Coen Brothers best film, actually. 'Fargo' is good, but a bit too sentimental for my tastes.

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seandonovan- wrote on 01/20/11 at 11:35 PM CT
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It's so satisfying to see 'Se7en' at the top of this Jeremy. Even though I'm not very well-versed in Fincher, I don't understand why it's a somewhat unanimous decision by fans and critics that both Fight Club and Social Network top Se7en.

 

 

   
 
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