Frances McDormand

The Butcher’s Wife

November 30, 2001 // 0 Comments

’The Butcher’s Wife’ is a charming and heartfelt story of a young clairvoyant woman (Demi Moore), who is transplanted from the countryside to the Big Apple as she marries a Greenwich Village butcher. There her life changes and quickly her psychic [...]

Blood Simple

October 16, 2001 // 0 Comments

Filmmakers Joel and Ethan Coen have spent the last seventeen years flaunting traditional movie storytelling with such quirky fare as ’Raising Arizona, ’ the Oscar-winning ’Fargo’ and ’O Brother, Where Art Thou?’ ’Blood Simple, ’ the 1984 [...]

Mississippi Burning

May 9, 2001 // 0 Comments

After Image Entertainment’s release of Alan Parker’s ’Mississippi Burning’ in 1998, MGM Home Entertainment has just re-released the film on DVD. Anyone who had hoped for a ’bigger’ treatment of the film will still be sorely disappointed [...]

Almost Famous

March 16, 2001 // 1 Comment

These are the words spoken to a fan who has the power to influence the public, in writer/director Cameron Crowe’s very personal "Almost Famous, " brought to us on DVD from Dreamworks. The story of boy-meets-rock and roll didn’t make much [...]


October 1, 1997 // 0 Comments

Minnesota is not one of the locations you see frequently displayed in movies, which made their home state even more attractive to the filmmaker brothers Ethan and Joel Coen. But believe me, this is not the only thing that makes "Fargo" an [...]
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