Just don't expect them to represent a universal experience.
Last week, as Hail, Caesar! -- the Coen Brothers lovely, loving look at Hollywood's post-World War II studio system -- arrived in U.S. theatres, Joel and Ethan Coen found themselves facing sharp questions about diversity in their movies, a...
GFC comedy gamble pays off.
Who would have guessed the most entertaining and scathing film about the Global Financial Crisis so far would come from a director best known for the Will Ferrell comedies Step Brothers and the Anchorman films?