Peter Bradshaw has ranked the films of the Coen Brothers in the guardian


#1

Let’s disagree with him here.


#2

i can’t believe he’s done this

(haven’t looked yet)


#3

He’s done a dreadful job of doing so.


#4

i’ve looked at it now

i can’t believe he’s done this


#5

looks fine


#6

nice of you to join us, mr bradshaw


#7

You are crazy Stickboy.

Burn After Reading as their second worst!? Hudsucker behind O Brother and Intolerable Cruelty!? The Man Who Wasn’t There as their fourth best!?


#8

It’s how I’d rank them if I wanted people to comment/retweet/share with their outrage, tbh.


#9

I dunno, seems fair enough overall.

The only bit I can truly muster the effort to get irked at is the placing of The Man Who Wasn’t There.


#10

Ahhh… Clever Bradshaw…


#11

Not as bad as i thought it would be.

Fargo should be higher
Burn after reading should be higher

The man who wasnt there should be lower

Still not seen llewyn or hail caesar


#12

Both of those are better than Intolerable Cruelty, but I am in the Intolerable-Cruelty-is-underrated camp.


#13

O, Brother Where Art thou? at 15 behind Hail, Caesar is madness.


#14

yes yes I am

ok fine burn should be the VERY worst - I admit that


#15

I sometimes think that Inside Llewyn Davis is my favourite Coen Brothers.


#16

Actually, yeah, this is a madness.


#17

not this.


#18

I got to Oh Brother Where Art Thou? at 15 and just closed the tab. I don’t have room for that much wrongness in my life.


#19

Rubbish film.


#20

Hey! Wait a minute! That doesn’t tally with my line of thinking at all!