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  1. Sarp_g's rating of the film The Man Who Wasn't There

    Feels like a 60s movie for me

  2. Marco B.'s rating of the film The Man Who Wasn't There

  3. Filipe F. Coutinho's rating of the film The Man Who Wasn't There

    “I litigate, I don’t capitulate!”

  4. parnian janatimehr's rating of the film The Man Who Wasn't There

  5. Georges Iroh's rating of the film The Man Who Wasn't There

    In the modern world, you are damned if you do and damned if you don't, and that it is how it is on this bitch of an earth. Probably the most visually gorgeous Coen Brothers film, which is fitting for a story where words -- sentiments, confessions, histories -- feel like meaningless rhetoric for proving immaterial points. Rewatching it, I was not on board with the casual homophobia surrounding Jon Polito's character.

  6. notuaiz's rating of the film The Man Who Wasn't There

    шутка про оральный секс

  7. Duncan Gray's rating of the film The Man Who Wasn't There

    When I was 14, the Coens in an austere mode didn't interest me, so time for a revisit. The commentary on alienation initially feels even more borrowed than the black & white, and neither the Coens nor Thornton get a consistent view of its anti-hero's inner life. The good news is they can out-twist James M. Cain, and by the end they've reached a point where any homage/pastiche has picked up something purely theirs.

  8. Cyril Schreiber's rating of the film The Man Who Wasn't There

  9. Enrico Benarivo's rating of the film The Man Who Wasn't There

  10. Erik F.'s rating of the film The Man Who Wasn't There

    3.5 stars. Must rewatch

  11. film_frame's rating of the film The Man Who Wasn't There

    It largely works as a pure genre exercise, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. This is the Coen's at the top of their technical game.

  12. Dan Kenneth Gigernes's rating of the film The Man Who Wasn't There

    Film noir in glorious black and white done with perfection by the Coens. Especially Billy Bob Thornton's face and voice-over was born for this type of movie and as always the Coens have rich use of interesting faces and character details. While the ending itself is not that all surprising nor is it's twists it is the journey that is worth it's time. An excellent homage.

  13. Lights in the Dusk's rating of the film The Man Who Wasn't There

    Melding a 40s noir stylisation with 50s atomic-age paranoia, the film is not just the most imaginative of the Coen's nihilistic investigations into the theme of accountability, but a subjective character study about a man seemingly content to drift through his own existence. Like A Serious Man, apathy is presented as a kind of hidden bliss; their characters only smited when they attempt to control their own destiny.

  14. Anastasija Mass's rating of the film The Man Who Wasn't There

    this is like Coen brothers tripped on Lynch and Jarmusch >>> the photography is crazy

  15. blkrchs's rating of the film The Man Who Wasn't There

  16. enkii__bilal's rating of the film The Man Who Wasn't There

    All film is boring and lazy, and i expected more of this Coen brothers attempt, but i enjoyed in wonderful role of Billy Bob Thornton as a reclusive barber, and his charismatic look.

  17. MisterColo93's rating of the film The Man Who Wasn't There

  18. Ethan's rating of the film The Man Who Wasn't There

    This is one of the Coen Brothers more low key and underrated films. Thornton gives an excellent performance here as a timid barber who fits all so well into the pantheon of neurotic Coen Brothers characters.

  19. vizija's rating of the film The Man Who Wasn't There

  20. Jugu Abraham's rating of the film The Man Who Wasn't There

    Great cinematography by Roger Deakins.

  21. J.J. Jake Gittes's rating of the film The Man Who Wasn't There

    This is an interesting character study about a man, who is a sort of spectator. From the distance, he's watching his very own life, in a way, as if he has nothing to do with it, without any personal concern. BBT is splendidly visualizing a man who is emotionless & invisible. A typical Coen movie, nicely shot, with attention to every detail, about the curiosities, absurdities, pecuilarities & uniqueness of life.

  22. brick_bro's rating of the film The Man Who Wasn't There

    Another stunning collaboration with Roger Deakins, amounting to a tragic comedy with brilliant pacing. An unforgettable noir melodrama by the masters of bizarre storytelling.

  23. diogo's rating of the film The Man Who Wasn't There

    Excellent neo-noir movie, great homage to the so called Golden Age of Hollywood. Really nice photography, some great shots. Billy Bob is the man for that role.

  24. DenoResandono's rating of the film The Man Who Wasn't There

    Like other Coen Brothers movie as usual, this movie contained unique characters, strange humor, and some twists and turns. I think they were very ambitious to make a crazy-plot movie. Unfortunately, it made this movie lacks of focus. Still, it's a good movie...

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