The Coens have again taken a real time and place and freely made it their own in this boldly original, highly emotional journey.
An impressively pulpy underworld-plunger that embellishes on a 1949 showdown between a dedicated team of LAPD officers and Mob-connected Mickey Cohen (Sean Penn) for control of the city.
A look at costume designers Michael Wilkinson, Michele Clapton, Penny Rose, more. . .
While the concept is more likely to inspire giggles than excitement, "Cowboys & Aliens" is a full-bodied, roundly satisfying yarn.
Casting a wide net over contemporary, period and fantasy creations, the Costume Designers Guild's nominations for its 13th annual awards range from "Black Swan's" tutus in to "True Grit's" Western…
Jeff Bridges handily reinvents the iconic role of Rooster Cogburn in the Coen brothers' remake.
"Iron Man 2" isn't as much fun as its predecessor, but by the time the smoke clears, it'll do.
"A Serious Man" is the kind of picture you get to make after you've won an Oscar.
After their triumphant dramatic success with "No Country for Old Men," the Coen brothers revert to sophomoric snarky mode in "Burn After Reading."
The Coen brothers tread into James M. Cain territory with "The Man Who Wasn't There," but with less tasty results than either Cain or the Coens themselves at their best. The always inventive team…
Thesp Timothy Hutton's directorial debut feature, "Digging to China," is a respectably crafted, sentimental nostalgia piece whose thin character motivations and development thwart any genuine…